Why exactly was Peter Rice ousted?
The Supreme Court today effectively ended federal protections of abortion rights.
“General Hospital” was the big winner on Friday night at the 49th annual Daytime Emmys, winning five awards — including daytime drama — as the telecast returned to a live, in-person event. The…
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The lyrical rapper discussed his Def Jam departure, new album 'Vinyl Days' and what's next: 'I can make music on my terms'
Baz Luhrmann's "Elvis," starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks, is a stylishly on-the-surface spectacle until it takes off in Vegas.
Scott Derrickson's thriller has the trappings of a grungy dread-soaked nightmare, but it's too driven by fantasy to get under your skin.
Mike Judge flows his blitzed and horny bad boys back to the future for a sequel that's just likable enough to get by.
Not everyone can take their own life and spin it into something meaningful. Years in the making, Rebeca Huntt's "Beba" is a revelation.
"The Bear," starring "Shameless" breakout Jeremy Allen White and now streaming on Hulu, dives into restaurant culture to find new depth.
"Gordita Chronicles," on HBO Max, resembles a Latina spin on "The Wonder Years."
HBO Max's "Menudo: Forever Young" docuseries revisits the iconic boy band's legacy, and the dark side of abuse that's never been a secret.
"Loot," Apple TV+'s new comedy starring Maya Rudolph, Joel Kim Booster and MJ Rodriguez, has "Parks and Recreation" vibes.
On her great new third album, "Sometimes, Forever," Soccer Mommy paints a cloudy picture, but lets some summer sunshine creep through.
Redd Kross' "Neurotica," one of the best power-pop albums of the '80s, finally gets its due in a beautifully remastered reissue.
Drake momentarily sets aside the hip-hop of "Certified Lover Boy" for dance music on "Honestly, Nevermind," a more satisfying follow-up.
On "Twelve Carat Toothache," Post Malone has a few lighter moments (like a Doja Cat collab), but focuses on songs about bottoming out.
"King James," a play by Rajiv Joseph at L.A.'s Mark Taper Forum, has two LeBron James fans bonding and blowing up over their B-ball hero.
Created by the duo behind the Broadway musical "Bandstand," "Bruce" tries to make fresh waves from the stormy creation of the mega-hit film.
Premiering at Alliance Theatre in Atlanta and aimed at Broadway, this screwball switcheroo has a long way to go before it's a safe bet.
This Broadway-bound musical revival, now at American Repertory Theater, infuses the story of the Continental Congress with 20/20 hindsight.
Americans haven't jumped on the bandwagon just yet, but Spotify's dive into the space just may change that
The nominations round for the 74th annual Primetime Emmy Awards is now underway.