The move, which comes one week after Disney closed its domestic theme parks and pulled a high-profile movie release, underscores the magnitude of the damage to the Burbank entertainment giant from the novel coronavirus.
From Willie Nelson to Rufus Wainwright, Miley Cyrus to the Indigo Girls, musicians are just like us: cooped up at home, looking for connection. Cue the live streams.
While big-name celebs post treacly hymns of healing, upstart artists have created freaked-out, gallows-humored hip-hop and pop songs that better reflect our moment.
Netflix is helping film and TV workers hard hit by coronavirus outbreak.
TV highlights for March 22-28 include Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt in Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood," the return of "One Day at a Time," and the finale of the animated series "Steven Universe"
Movies on TV this week: Sunday, Mar. 22, 2020
Shaun Pegg and Nick Frost have remade a scene from 2004's 'Shaun of the Dead' as a PSA, swapping the coronavirus pandemic in for the zombie apocalypse.
Stuck at home because of the coronavirus, more than 30,000 tune in to Debbie Allen's Instagram live class. Let's come together though dance, she says.
Disney announces another title coming early to its streaming platform due to the coronavirus outbreak. Pixar's "Onward" hit theaters March 6.
As the number of coronavirus cases rises, a growing number of TV news staff members are testing positive.