What's on TV Saturday, May 23, plus Sunday Talk Shows: 'The Help'; coronavirus; Fred Willard on SNL
Larry King is set to host the forthcoming celebrity interview show "The Millionth Question," produced by his son, Chance King, and Jeff Beachers.
The "deathbed confession" of Norma McCorvey, aka Jane Roe, is at the heart of a new FX documentary. Here's a timeline of key events in McCorvey's life.
"Mad Max: Fury Road" defeats "The Empire Strikes Back" for the Week 3 title and George Miller joins The Times to talk about his audacious film.
Helder Guimarães' show "The Present" has sold out through mid-August. How he and a small team pull off the watch-from-home show and why it all works.
Commercial director AJ Bleyer spent three weeks documenting L.A. landmarks minus people and cars. His eerie video captures a historic time.
Appearing on "Good Morning America," Katy Perry reflected on pregnancy and how her battle with depression influenced her forthcoming album.
With movie theater owners cautiously hoping to open their doors this summer, Fathom Events announced it will release the military thriller "The Outpost" on July 2
Director Michael Winterbottom reunites with Steve Coogan and Rob Bryden for a fourth round of travel, food and talk in "The Trip to Greece."
TV highlights for May 24-30 include Steve Carell in the new series "Space Force," plus the National Memorial Day Concert and the historical miniseries "Barkskins" and "Grant"