What's on TV Friday, March 6: 'Blue Bloods' on CBS; The Most Dangerous Animal of All and more
Justin Chambers last appeared as Dr. Alex Karev in "Grey's Anatomy" on Nov. 14. On Thursday night, the series explained the character's departure.
The Directors Guild of America has agreed a new contract with Hollywood studios.
The Farhang Foundation cancels its annual Nowruz Iranian new year festival at UCLA, which last year drew 25,000 people last year.
From Latin cumbias to public service announcements in China and Vietnam, the coronavirus is inspiring some surprisingly catchy tunes from around the world.
The scarcity of live programming will help the league score a major increase in its next deal
On Thursday, staff of Little, Brown and Co. walked out to protest parent company Hachette's publication of Woody Allen's upcoming memoir, saying "We stand with Ronan and Dylan Farrow and survivors of sexual assault."
"Devs," set in Silicon Valley, depicts quantum computing technology based in fact. Creator Alex Garland explains what's truth and what's science fiction.
Daniel Radcliffe stars in "Escape From Pretoria" as one of three young political prisoners in apartheid-era South Africa.
As more consumers choose to stay at home to avoid the coronavirus, services that deliver home entertainment and food could see a financial boost, experts say.