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Jon Stewart is returning to the world of news with a current affairs series at Apple. The show is part of a multi-year first-look deal the former "Daily Show" host has signed with the streamer.
Layoffs hit Sony Pictures’ marketing and distribution teams on Tuesday as the Hollywood studio combined parts of its domestic and international film and television operations. Roughly 35 positions…
The Los Angeles Dodgers have won their first World Series title since 1988. The Dodgers won Game 6 of the World Series tonight against the Tampa Bay Rays with a score of 3-1. The Dodgers had…
Indie actor-turned-helmer Zoe Lister-Jones delivers a too-safe PG-13 sequel to a late-'90s punk favorite, about a coven of teenage witches.
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Netflix's new limited series, starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Marielle Heller and Bill Camp, is a welcome change of pace.
"Grand Army" doesn't exactly offer anything new to the teen genre at this point.
Hulu's "Helstrom" might sport an elaborate mythology, but like many comic book stories, it ultimately reveals a simplistic core.
A new Netflix anthology series tells stories of life in spring 2020. Who'd want to relive that?
While American was in lockdown, Sacha Baron Cohen concocted a searing sequel to the hit 2006 satire designed to shake up the election.
Transplanting the story to the American South, Robert Zemeckis' version of the Roald Dahl witch tale stays on the surface in a buzzy way.
The director's latest documentary is a wonkishly wonderstruck meditation on the eternal mystery of meteorites.
Edward James Olmos aims to call out the oil industry for its pollution, but this out-of-control dark comedy makes it a tough case to follow.
Tom Petty's "Wildflowers" has spawned a spinoff album of outtakes, "All the Rest," that's the basis for an unusually worthy boxed set.
"2020" is a far cry from the fist-pumping records of old, with social consciousness that can feel either bold or cliched.
While there aren't any lost classics on Mariah Carey's "The Rarities," the album shows that she brings high standards even to her castoffs.
Alicia Keys' "Alicia" finds the singer pushing the limits of her voice and imagination on her boldest and most adventurous album to date.
This smart revival of Jason Robert Brown's musical plays in a London theater cleverly redesigned for COVID-era safety.
Kristin Scott Thomas and Rochenda Sandall headline two Alan Bennett monologues, which even under social distance pack a punch.
David Hare's monologue at the Bridge Theatre in London recounts the playwright's battle with COVID-19.
Andre Holland leads the cast of a surprisingly intimate audio version of Shakespeare, from the Public Theater's Free Shakespeare in the Park.
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