Singer Tony Bennett, 94, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2016. His family has opened up about his condition and his upcoming album with Lady Gaga.
Philippe Sands' 'The Ratline' is a Nazi-hunter novel with a unique premise: Sands tries to prove to the Nazi's son that his father wasn't a 'good Nazi.'
Bukky Bakray stars as a teen left to care for her younger brother when their mother abandons them in 'Rocks,' a social realist British drama directed by Sarah Gavron.
Spurred by the success of Netflix's drama about a Haredi Jewish family, players from Apple TV+ to HBO Max are bringing ever more Israeli shows Stateside.
What's on TV tonight, Monday, Feb. 1: "All American" on the CW; "The Salisbury Poisonings" on AMC and more
Rita Moreno and the filmmakers behind her Sundance documentary, 'Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It,' unpack a legendary career.
I hoped to find comfort in PBS' new adaptation of "All Creatures Great and Small." When I didn't, I fell into a trap I swore to avoid as a TV critic.
Kate Tsang moves from TV animation to her feature debut, 'Marvelous and the Black Hole,' premiering at Sundance.
John Krasinski hosted the first "Saturday Night Live" of Joe Biden's presidency — but the series' political humor stayed focused on the right.
Tyson spent over 60 years using her platform not only to garner awards but to challenge stereotypes about what it means to be a Black woman in America.