Arts & Entertainment
A noble, handsome warrior trying to save the world and get back home. An ugly evil demon who thwarts him every time. This was the simple premise of "Samurai Jack," which ran four seasons on Cartoon Network starting in 2001, and returns for one more season this weekend.
Writer-director Luis Valdez, Center Theatre Group artistic director Michael Ritchie, actress Rose Portillo and historian Tomás Summers Sandoval discuss the revival of "Zoot Suit" and the play's modern-day resonance.
Late-night TV hosts are defining their shows by how deep they're willing to delve into politics and how critical they are of the Trump Administration.
After getting a fine arts degree from USC, Olyphant moved to New York on a hunch to pursue acting and has been working ever since.
For TCM viewers, Osborne was a constant and comforting presence who presented nightly films and movies packaged in series with bits of history and trivia.
After more than 3,000 broadcasts since 1973, the Hall of Fame announcer will soon retire. He plans to call two more games and then drop the mic.
The cartoonist and author was dubious at the idea of having her graphic novel memoir adapted for the stage, but it ended up winning the Tony Award for Best Musical.
The composer says the themes of his landmark 1987 opera are "eerily similar to what we’re witnessing in this country right now."
Cynthia Cooper-Dyke has resigned after four years coaching basketball at her alma mater Southern California.
"The best humor is when you make fun of yourself," George W. Bush said on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." President Trump regularly dismisses the show's satirical jabs aimed at his administration.
The weekend is looking sunny and warm, so throw your sunglasses on and thaw out! Choose from a whale festival, cherry blossom festival, or an open streets event for a much needed outdoor excursion.
The 78-year-old Miller plans to call the Kings' last home game on April 8 against Chicago and their regular-season finale at Anaheim the following night to end his career.
The actor/comedian is scheduled to deliver the main address at USC’s ceremony on May 12. Our burning question: Will he appear as himself, or as one of his many iconic characters?
Bruna Papandrea’s goals are to make movies and TV shows that feature multiple complex women characters and to fix the gender imbalance in Hollywood.
The streaming service is looking to expand its global reach with a reality competition show that's being produced for six countries simultaneously.
Got some time to waste? Don't know what to do? You could catch up on some great movies or TV shows that are streaming, but where to begin?