Actor Gregory Sierra, best known for his roles in "Sanford and Son" and "Barney Miller," died on January 4 from cancer, his widow Helene Tabor confirmed to CNN Friday. He was 83.
Dakota Johnson's latest role in the poignant film "Our Friend" taught her life lessons she plans to carry with her.
Americans want more diversity on TV, and they're increasingly finding more of it on streaming platforms such as Netflix and Disney+ than on cable, according to a new Nielsen study.
Magic and monologues turn out to be a potent streaming combination, conjuring a taste of the theatrical experience that many sorely miss. The latest example, "In & Of Itself," transforms Derek DelGaudio's long-running stage show into an absorbing Hulu special, one that actually builds on…
"The White Tiger" is one of those movies that would likely struggle to claw out much attention without Netflix's muscle behind it, underscoring the streaming service's ability to lead people to worthwhile films they might not see -- in this case, a sobering adaptation of Aravind Adiga's awar…
Comedian Dave Chappelle has tested positive for Covid-19 but is asymptomatic, according to a statement from his spokeswoman obtained by CNN.
Country music singer Randy Parton, younger brother to Dolly Parton, has died after a battle with cancer.
Make adjustments at home and in your personal life that will bring you joy. Take responsibility for your happiness, and work on spending more time with upbeat people who are just as eager as you to make life better. Take control of your life.
Gangster films have long been a staple of Hollywood, and they've come in all sorts of different guises. There were the early, straightforward good guys vs. bad guys offerings such as "Little Caesar" and "The Roaring Twenties," the lean, violent ones including "Reservoir Dogs" and "Mean Stree…
Occasionally a reboot comes along that's so different from the original you wonder why they bothered. "Walker" is one of those, dropping the "Texas Ranger" part of the title from the CBS series that signed off 20 years ago, and trading in Chuck Norris for "Supernatural's" Jared Padalecki, in…
Singer Brian McKnight was revealed on Wednesday's "The Masked Dancer" to be the person who has been performing under the Cricket costume.
Netflix — which was founded in 1997 as a rental company that sent you DVDs in the mail — crossed a major milestone on Tuesday, further solidifying itself as one of the most influential companies in Hollywood.
Comedian Chris Gethard started a podcast a few years ago with the simple premise he would tweet out a phone number, answer a random call, and have an hour-long conversation with the individual on the the other end of the line.
This week's debuts include an Israeli psychological drama, a painter who meditates on life, and an anxiety-filled thriller about how far a man will go to keep a secret.
SOCIAL CIRCLE — For kids who enjoy nature as well as creating artwork, Georgia’s 16th annual Youth Birding Competition invites resident children and teens to celebrate birds through a T-shirt Art Contest.
ALBANY — The Albany Museum of Art is rescheduling January and February events and programs because of the increase in COVID cases in the Albany area.
Amazon wants India to play a key role in its ambitions to conquer streaming video. But the company now faces a political backlash over one of its new original shows.
Rapper, producer and entrepreneur Dr. Dre is back home after being hospitalized for more than a week in Los Angeles, according to his attorney Peter Paterno.
Music producer and convicted murderer Phil Spector died of natural causes on Saturday at the age of 80, according to a statement released by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
After a first season that never quite got off the ground creatively, "Batwoman" announced that original star Ruby Rose would be leaving but that the series would hang around without her. The contortions necessary to arrange that baton (or Batarang) pass mostly fizzle in the opening episodes,…
I remember vividly the first time I witnessed the direct effects of a pandemic on human beings. It was 1989 when, as a freshman at the University of Southern California, I accompanied a photography student who was shooting portraits of terminal AIDS patients at a hospice not far from campus.…
It's folly to examine why some things go viral on the internet, and by doing so one risks discounting the beauty of the simplest answer: They just do. Nothing makes sense. Roll with it.
The government-sanctioned harassment of Martin Luther King Jr. provides the chilling spine of "MLK/FBI," a documentary timed to the annual holiday for the civil rights icon. Director Sam Pollard's film also raises an interesting question -- namely, what historians and journalists owe King's …
As President Donald Trump prepares to make his exit from the White House, fans of "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York" want him to make a permanent, on-screen exit from the movie -- and its star Macaulay Culkin seems to be on board with the idea.
Olivia Rodrigo's "Drivers License" has set Spotify's record for most streams in a day for a non-holiday song, the streaming service has announced.