COVID-19 prompts L.A.'s popular free Shakespeare festival in the park to conceive "Romeo and Juliet" as a distanced, livestreamed affair.
Selgascano designed a series of garden pods for Second Home, a coworking company in Hollywood, that have continued to function amid the threat of COVID-19.
L.A. Times readers appreciate Diana Rigg's 'Avengers' days and have thoughts on all the Trump books, the Kardashians TV exit and the Oscars' new inclusive best picture rules.
What's on TV Thursday, Sept. 17: The season premiere of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" on E!; Terry Bradshaw stars in "The Bradshaw Bunch"
The second-biggest-grossing film during the pandemic so far is the Chinese war epic "The Eight Hundred."
In a statement, KCRW President Jennifer Ferro confirms the departure of 28 workers, including four laid off Wednesday.
"All In: The Fight for Democracy," directed by Liz Garbus and Lisa Cortés, delivers a history lesson on voting rights and Stacey Abrams' resilient fight to uphold them.
Guests will no longer be having their hair and makeup done when they appear on Fox News shows.
Long criticized for its narrow focus on white men and their stories, HBO proves with its 2020 roster of Emmy nominees that it remains the master of reinvention.
Actor, artist and author Jim Carrey is returning to "Saturday Night Live" to play former Vice President Joe Biden when Season 46 begins next month.