Actress Tanya Roberts died Monday night, her partner, Lance O’Brien, told CNN on Tuesday.
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are excited to return as hosts of the Golden Globes this year, but Poehler says there are outstanding details they need to figure out before the two take the stage.
The Grammy Awards will not be happening later this month as planned.
There’s a particular steamy scene in “Bridgerton” that lots of people are talking about, but we won’t spoil it for you.
The British pop group Little Mix is going through a big shakeup.
The year 2020 will be remembered for many things, but in terms of movies and TV, it will mark the moment when streaming became a flood. While that has huge business implications for entertainment companies, it also means something for consumers and society, as the adhesive of shared cultural touchstones gets that much thinner.
Inclusion is evolving. Hollywood celebs like Elliot Page and Laverne Cox are helping to further educate people about the trans community and representation.
If your productivity fell off a cliff in 2020, Taylor Swift’s “Evermore” may not be the album for you.
K-pop group BTS, arguably the biggest boy band in the world, earned their first ever Grammy Award nomination on Tuesday for their hit song ‘Dynamite.’
“The Flight Attendant” feels like the TV equivalent of summer beach reading, in mostly good ways. Kaley Cuoco stars as the globetrotting party gal of the title, who has the unfortunate experience of waking up next to a dead guy. What happens thereafter plays like a Hitchock-ian thriller, punctuated by the comedy of a protagonist who greets each new development by nearly hyperventilating.
Chadwick Boseman’s tragic death will draw understandable attention to “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” which represents his final role. Yet that focus shouldn’t overshadow the riveting performances that elevate this small-scale Netflix movie, adapted from the August Wilson play with its somewhat claustrophobic stage origins very much intact.
Jennifer Lopez summed up 2020 for all of us when she took the stage at the E! People’s Choice Awards Sunday night.
Ethan Hawke says River Phoenix’s death is one of the reasons he never moved to Los Angeles.
If you can’t listen to Dolly Parton, who can you listen to?
The 1978 “Star Wars Holiday Special” has become the stuff of legend for how notoriously, epically bad it was, which provides some indication that “The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special” — with that title alone — knows precisely what it’s doing. The resulting animated hour delivers a clever romp through “Star Wars” history, smartly snapped together and wrapped in a bright, colorful bow.
New additions have been made to the cast of the third season of Netflix’s “Narcos.”
The fourth season of “The Crown” is dominated by two women, and neither is the Queen. The stately Netflix drama rather pivots to the tragic tale of Princess Diana and the ascent of prime minister Margaret Thatcher, operating along those parallel tracks while as usual punctuating the narrative with signature events from British history.
Hockey star Brooks Laich says he’s more in touch with his feelings than ever.
If you are anxious about the election, know that Hollywood is right there with you.
Beyoncé really is human, ya’ll.
Jeannie Mai is leaving “Dancing With the Stars” after being hospitalized for a throat condition which affects the lungs.