What's on TV Friday, June 5: Season finale of 'Betty'; coronavirus
With COVID-19 forcing Broadway to postpone the Tony Awards, critic Charles McNulty takes winners from 2010 tho 2019 and names the best of the best.
Amid the nationwide protests over police brutality, Killer Mike and El-P released Run the Jewels' prescient new "RTJ4" album two days early.
Actor John Boyega's passionate remarks at Black Lives Matter protests in London have earned him respect from his "Star Wars" family and others in Hollywood.
Memoirs by Kiese Laymon and John Edgar Wideman; essays by Darryl Pinckney and Mikki Kendall; masterpieces from Michelle Alexander and Claudia Rankine.
ESPN documentary "Be Water" fleshes out the life and challenges of the legendary martial-arts master.
Bruce Jay Friedman was known for wry comedy and subtle pathos in his novels "Stern" and "About Harry Towns" and his scripts for "Splash" and "Stir Crazy."
"In this moment. We must say the words, 'Black Lives Matter.' Where are you?" actor Dwayne Johnson said in a lengthy video message for President Trump.
Ramy Youssef and Mahershala Ali discuss Season 2 of Hulu series "Ramy" and Hollywood's long neglect of Muslim stories and characters.
What will L.A. museum reopenings look like? The Guggenheim Bilbao may have answers.