The moving drama stars Hugh Bonneville, Gillian Anderson and Manish Dayal.
"Star Wars" spin-off courts a Khaleesi, a "Westworld" host and a "Fleabag."
"I do consider it one of the worst decisions ever made."
The show’s lineup featured Nirvana and Pearl Jam. The Red Hot Chili Peppers were the headliner.
The "Partridge Family" star has stopped touring to concentrate on his health.
Solange joins Frank Ocean and Sampha on the bill for an east London summer festival.
The comedian will preside over the Academy Awards Sunday.
Filmmakers Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz hope Tidal partnership will lead to "meaningful change."
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Director Gore Verbinski spoke about his return to horror with 'A Cure for Wellness,' and what pulses under his new movie’s strange surface.
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The actor got into the recording studio with Norwegian DJ Kygo.
The British author has worked alongside the U.N. Refugee Agency since 2013.
Jolie says she hopes painful split will "somehow makes us stronger and closer."
According to experts, the next Hitler will appear wrapped in a flag, promising protection from Islam.
The HBO phenomenon is about to shake off the doldrums and embrace nonstop action and conflict.
When the Nazi Party won a landslide victory in 1933, they called it a miracle, but everyone else smelled a rat.
Can Jeff Jarrett, the man who created Impact Wrestling, bring it back from near-death?
You can catch a new season of “Chef’s Table,” a new episode of “The Mindy Project” and all of “The Golden Girls.”
Rising temperatures may have played a significant role in the Syrian Civil War.
"I will literally write into the script different races and they get cast all-white. I hope that stops," says Schroeder.
James Charles expressed fear about "getting Ebola" on a trip to "Africa."
Roles for women have increased in 2016—but not for the over 60s.
Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway will mark the 50th anniversary of the hit crime thriller.
Widespread use of self-driving cars is "going to happen much faster than people realize," according to Musk.
Filmmaker Roger Ross Williams and subject's mother Cornelia Suskind talk Disney, disability and Donald Trump.
“I hope the 60-year-old white man can find his inner-six-year-old black kid,” says the film's star.
The Brexit campaigner beat the U.S. president to the dubious distinction.
Whenever Glenn Close, as Norma Desmond, is onstage in the revival of the Broadway musical “Sunset Boulevard,” you can't take your eyes off her.
(It's a short TV film, though.)