Live, from New York – it's "Good Morning America"? ABC is set to launch a new era at its flagship morning program as it seeks to differentiate itself from rivals and grapples with viewership…
In the course of about two decades at "Good Morning America," Robin Roberts has seen almost everything. She has flown a plane, beaten health scares and scored a historic interview with President…
"Good Morning America" meteorologist Ginger Zee looks nothing like tightrope-walking daredevil Nik Wallenda. Yet for one agonizing block of time on a recent Friday, the two seemed more similar than…
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ABC News is reshuffling its deck of top executives. Tom Cibrowski, who helped lead “Good Morning America” to steal first place among morning shows from NBC’s “Today,” has been promoted to senior vice…
The pretty-boy image of Channing Tatum may have gotten its first major box office blemish.
This endless encomium to yoga plays like a PowerPoint sales pitch, illustrated with clip-art imagery, scored with generic music and narrated in mellifluous tones by Annette Bening.
An artfully downbeat drama that proves easier to admire than to embrace, "At Any Price" offers another highly specific snapshot of a little-seen American subculture from writer-helmer Ramin Bahrani.
Fox has inadvertently stumbled onto a companion for CBS' "The Big Bang Theory," bringing a certain nerd chic to "Breaking In," a breezy if familiar single-camera comedy.
With a constituency limited to anyone who eats, "Food, Inc." is a civilized horror movie for the socially conscious, the nutritionally curious and the hungry.
Michael West's haunting memory play alights at the Irish Repertory on the wings of its considerable reputation across the pond. Originally produced by the Corn Exchange in Dublin, the play won the…
There's no cork inside "Hardball," but there's more than enough corn. Everything about the movie is geared for maximum uplifting and tear-jerking effect, and seems designed, in the end, to question…