What's on TV Monday, April 6: The Plot Against America; Coronavirus TV Specials
Bill Withers, who died this past week, and John Prine, now hospitalized with COVID-19, rose from working-class roots to become touchstone singer-songwriters.
Shirley Douglas, the Canadian activist and actress, mother to actor Kiefer Sutherland and daughter of Canada medicare founder Tommy Douglas, died Sunday. She was 86.
As a World War II drama, 'World on Fire' strikes the familiar notes. In the midst of our coronavirus crisis, that's more reassuring than distressing.
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A tribute to Patricia Bosworth, who died of complications from COVID-19. The actress and biographer of Jane Fonda and Marlon Brando was 86.
Louis C.K. has released a surprise new special, streaming for $7.99, as he doubles down on his comedic license to say the 'wrong' thing.
Patricia Bosworth, an actor who went on to chronicle lives including Jane Fonda's, Marlon Brando's and her own, died from coronavirus. She was 86.
The coronavirus took their day jobs in Hollywood, so costumers turned to making masks to meet a shortage of protective clothing among medical workers.
Zoom, once primarily used for business meetings, is increasingly utilized as a means to facilitate socializing. But it could also be a video game platform. Students of the USC Game School have been leading the way in creating games for the platform.