Arts & Entertainment

Sex and violence reign supreme in the NSFW TV adaptation of 'American Gods'

"American Gods" showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green talk about the portrayals of sex, violence and religion in the series, based on the Neil Gaiman novel.

'Deadwood' actor Powers Boothe dies at 68

Powers Boothe was known for his roles as a villain in TV's "Deadwood," and in the movies "Tombstone," "Sin City" and "The Avengers." Boothe died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Johnny Depp to star in movie about McAfee software inventor

Johnny Depp is set to star in "King of the Jungle," a dark comedy about the eccentric inventor of McAfee Antivirus software, John McAfee.

A mother finds joy in helping a child navigate their shared traits

An unexpectedly rich reward of motherhood is the chance to show your child how to deal with traits passed down from you.

A Mother's Day update on TV moms

A lot has changed on television in the last 20 years. How are these shifts treating TV moms?

Salvador Sobral of Portugal wins Eurovision

He sang a romantic ballad, perched on an elevated circle in the middle of the crowd. The other 25 competitors performed on a wide stage backed by flashing lights.

Haim returns to SNL; watch 'Want You Back'

After announcing their first album in four years, the sisterly rock trio hit the trail with a stop at Studio 8H.

The best advice your mom ever gave

We asked. You answered. From the spiritual to the practical and the gentle to the profane, here's advice from your mothers.

Sparks will try to defend title as WNBA kicks off 21st season

It's been seven months since the WNBA Finals ended in thrilling fashion with the Los Angeles Sparks edging the Minnesota Lynx in a decisive fifth game.

Harry Potter and the stolen prequel: Rare, handwritten copy stolen in U.K.

The 800-word prequel, which was scrawled on a postcard by J.K. Rowling, went missing from a property after a burglary in mid-April.

'Master Of None' is even better in Season 2

When Season 2 begins, Dev has been in Italy for some time, looking at new scenery and learning to make pasta. He's been making friends, too.

Dramatizing the Trump administration's confirmation hearings

Thursday night, a star-studded cast did a one-off reading of the new play "All the President's Men?" It dramatizes the confirmation hearings of major Trump administration figures.

Will Ferrell sings 'I Will Always Love You' at USC commencement

Ferrell’s wide-ranging, 30-minute speech at the school’s commencement retold his personal story from a post-grad slump to famous comedic actor, with plenty of jokes in between.

What if President Donald Trump were in your improv comedy group?

One night a month, Angelenos have a chance to see President Donald Trump in a very different light: as an improviser at The Pack theater.

At age 80, Eleanor Coppola caught 'the family virus' — a love of narrative filmmaking

As the wife of famed director Francis Ford Coppola, Eleanor Coppola largely set aside her own creative ambitions for years. Now she's made her first feature film at age 80.

Graham Nash finds new life at 75

The singer's latest album features his first new music in 14 years, and it dovetails with other fresh starts in his life.