“You know why America loves a crime story? Because America is a crime story,” says Josto Fadda (Jason Schwartzman), the heir to an Italian American criminal enterprise, to Loy Cannon, the head of an African American criminal enterprise, in the latest season of FX’s “Fargo.”
Zoom theater is an oxymoron, but substitutes for live performance will have to do until we can safely gather again as an audience.
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Note: We are continuing to review theatrical film releases during the COVID-19 pandemic, though please be aware that indoor moviegoing does carry risk during this time.
After a summer virtually free of new releases, the movies will be a little more normal this fall, even if theaters look different.
HBO’s family conglomerate drama “Succession” took home the top prize at Sunday’s 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards — as expected.
With his Never Ending Tour temporarily grounded and his compelling new album “Rough and Rowdy Ways” in stores, Bob Dylan is resurrecting his “Theme Time Radio Hour” on SiriusXM.
“We’ll probably get all dolled up,” said the 41-year-old Semanoff, who’s nominated this year for his first Emmy, for directing an episode of the Netflix drama “Ozark.”
“Blackbird” is a remake of the 2014 Danish film “Silent Heart,” and that film’s screenwriter, Christian Torpe, has written the screenplay for this version as well.
If you can get over the grisly familiarity of the material, and a convenient lack of moral complication surrounding the avenging angel played by Tom “Spider-Man” Holland, the Netflix feature “The Devil All the Time” is extremely well wrought. Not overwrought. Not underwrought. Just wrought.
“Bachelor” Colton Underwood has been hit with a restraining order by ex Cassie Randolph, who he picked at the end of his season last year, as first reported by TMZ.
First daughter Ivanka Trump accepted a flippant challenge by “The View” host Joy Behar to take the first COVID-19 vaccine that legally hits the market.
When “The Simple Life” debuted in 2003, I described it as a new low in reality TV with “bubble-headed party girls who wouldn’t know which end of the champagne bottle to chug from if their bodyguards weren’t there to help.”
Sexual harassment. Income inequality. Working-mother guilt. Greetings from 1966, which looks enough like 2020 to make a Helen Reddy biopic seem like essential viewing. And if “I Am Woman” was as pithy and rousing as the smash-hit song it is named after, it might have been.