It doesn't matter what it says, Sandra Schumer will save it.
The Media Matters montage compares the network's coverage of a judge before and after he went against the president's wishes.
CBS, Fox and other networks want quarantined viewers to have fresh content amid coronavirus-related production halts. But is that even possible?
Some questionable tweets will run with a label directing users to a link with correct coronavirus info.
“He leaves the room and he never comes back," the "Deadpool" star told "The Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon.
Yes, it's possible to be too informed. Here's what happens when you watch or read a lot of news about COVID-19.
Netflix debuted a new flower competition show that's like "The Great British Baking Show."
New romcom "The Lovebirds" is this week's highlight.
Meet Brody, the Tampa Bay weather dog winning hearts across social media.
“The historically tragic COVID-19 pandemic necessitates this temporary exception,” the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said.