Kanye West released 'Wash Us in the Blood,' his first new music since 2019's 'Jesus Is King' album, accompanied by a video from L.A. artist Arthur Jafa.
David France's daring documentary "Welcome to Chechnya" goes undercover to detail the actions of activists in response to the Chechen Republic's anti-gay purge.
Carl Reiner, the comedy actor, writer, director and producer who created "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and played second banana to Sid Caesar, has died.
Kwan has two TV shows in the works, a new novel, "Sex and Vanity," an L.A. residence and a plan to "showcase diversity in a variety of ways."
Thomas Kail's film of 'Hamilton' is a stolid, stirring visual record of the original Broadway production starring Lin-Manuel Miranda.
What's on TV Tuesday, June 30: What's on TV Tuesday: Mt. Everest on National Geographic; novel coronavirus; movies on TV; TV talk shows; "Dirty John"
Rep. Rashida Tlaib discusses the docuseries "And She Could Be Next," about women of color in U.S. politics, airing Monday and Tuesday on PBS series "POV."
Jason Reitman inspired stars including Common, Tiffany Haddish, Jennifer Garner and Josh Gad to remake the 1987 classic "The Princess Bride," fan-film style.
Nicole Young, the wife of hip-hop mogul Dr. Dre since 1996, filed a petition for divorce in Los Angeles on Monday.
Tom Shepherd's essential documentary "Unsettled" follows LGBTQ refugees from Syria, Angola and the Republic of the Congo navigate uncertainty in San Francisco.