What's on TV Tuesday, April 7: 'The Last O.G.' on TBS; Coronavirus TV coverage; 'The Gene: An Intimate History'; 'Schitt's Creek' series finale and more
Lee Fierro, who played a grieving, angry mother in "Jaws," has died from the coronavirus, but still she speaks for us all.
Live from quarantine, singer-songwriter Randy Newman on his "slothful" days, binge-watching "Harry Potter" movies and the "idiot" in charge.
Singer Pink says her son's COVID-19 experience was "a rollercoaster" with symptoms including "all the things that scare the bejesus out of you as a mama."
Picks for Monday, April 6, include Hollyhock House virtual tour, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, rock concerts for kids and daily readings of Shakespeare, other poets.
Conventional wisdom was that theaters relied on ticket sales, so coronavirus posed an existential crisis. Some, however, say they're prepared to survive.
According to Pollstar, of the $12.2 billion projected this year in box-office receipts, $8.9 billion could be lost if the industry remains dark for the rest of the year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"We're bringing 'Hamilton' to you," said John Krasinski, who organized a call with Lin Manuel-Miranda for a young fan whose plans were canceled by coronavirus.
Global Citizen will unite major artists for "One World: Together at Home," curated by Lady Gaga with hosts Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert.
Shania Twain appeared Sunday night on "ACM Presents: Our Country," a musicians-in-quarantine special, and sang a medley of hits with her horse Meemee.