What's on TV Friday, April 3: Series finale of 'Hawaii Five-0'; Coronavirus TV coverage; Dishing with Julia Child; Great Performances: Vivaldi in Italy;
"Tiger King" is the Netflix docuseries the internet can't stop talking about. And like much of true crime, its trashiness isn't just a harmless diversion.
Stephanie Turner's directorial debut "Justine," about a young widow working as a nanny for a girl with spina bifida, is an adroitly contained indie that's worth your attention.
Julia Alvarez's "Afterlife" is her first novel for adults in 15 years. She talks about loss, fragmentation and "American Dirt."
Documentary 'Slay the Dragon' follows activist Katie Fahey and others on their crusade to end the politically divisive process of gerrymandering.
Amazon Prime Video will stream films that would have been presented during this year's SXSW festival in Texas, which was canceled due to concerns about the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus. The films will be shown for 10 days.
Adam Schlesinger, who died April 1, wrote songs that were loved by many fans who never knew his name. Here's a sampling of his work in rock, film, TV and more.
Donald Trump's White House reality show has received more attention, but Andrew Cuomo, Gavin Newsom and others offer a picture of getting things done.
Sam Hunt will release his new album "Southside" into a musical environment that Lil Nas X, Blanco Brown and others would tell you Hunt helped shape.
Kathy Valentine's hair-raising memoir recounts life before, during and shortly after the Go-Go's ascended to become the darlings of the MTV generation.