What's on TV Monday, June 1: 'Roswell, New Mexico' on CW; coronavirus; the season finales of 'The Baker and the Beauty' and 'Bakeaway Camp With Martha Stewart'
Lady Gaga's return to dance-pop is more subdued than it appears, especially against the backdrops of a global pandemic and roiling protests against police violence
Michael B. Jordan, Tessa Thompson, J. Cole, Ariana Grande and more celebrities protested Saturday the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police.
Writer James Graham seeks to understand modern British history through TV, including "Brexit," "The Crown" and AMC's new game show cheating drama, "Quiz."
Chrissy Teigen announced a donation to bail funds for marchers protesting George Floyd's death, then doubled it when another Twitter user trolled her.
"Society gives you privilege just for being white," Eilish wrote, praising Black Lives Matter's leadership in protests over George Floyd's death.
The coronavirus has given Hollywood's unions renewed clout and a raft of challenges to deal with as the industry scrambles to get back to work.
Director Nisha Ganatra, screenwriter Flora Greeson and stars Tracee Ellis Ross and Dakota Johnson are just a few of the female forces behind "The High Note," a film about women navigating a professional relationship absent rivalry but full of ambition.
Pacific Symphony presents a virtual salute to film composer John Williams. Here's how you can watch on demand.
The Telluride Film Festival, set for early September, said Friday it will proceed this year, adding an extra day to allow social distancing