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  • Today in Entertainment: Wyclef Jean discusses being falsely detained; 'Gong Show's' Chuck Barris remembered

    Today in Entertainment: Wyclef Jean discusses being falsely detained; 'Gong Show's' Chuck Barris remembered

    Today in Entertainment: Wyclef Jean discusses being falsely detained; 'Gong Show's' Chuck Barris remembered March 23, 2017, 9 a.m. With the arrival of spring, blockbuster movie season has gotten an early start with "Beauty and the Beast" and other films, music fans are making plans for *recently...

  • AT&T strike ends; 17,000 technicians in California and Nevada return to work

    AT&T strike ends; 17,000 technicians in California and Nevada return to work

    Thousands of AT&T technicians in California and Nevada went back to work Thursday, ending a strike after their union and employer came to an agreement. An estimated 17,000 union members had gone on strike Wednesday starting at 6 a.m. Communications Workers of America, District 9 posted the settlement...

  • Thursday's TV highlights: 'Baskets' on FX

    Thursday's TV highlights: 'Baskets' on FX

    SERIES The History of Comedy This new episode explores the evolution of racial humor and how comedy can cross cultural barriers. 7 and 10 p.m. CNN Superstore Jonah and Cheyenne (Ben Feldman, Nichole Bloom) try to give Mateo (Nico Santos) legal advice when his hopes of transferring to one of the...

  • 'The Flash' and 'Supergirl' musical crossover kills with cuteness

    'The Flash' and 'Supergirl' musical crossover kills with cuteness

    If the first CW television crossover between “The Flash” and “Supergirl” back in March of 2016 sparked the superhero friendship, Tuesday night’s musical revue cemented it with tap shoes. Watching the jaunty episode titled “Duet” was like inhaling pure joy — a saccharine-saturated performance so...

  • A music-less ‘Mulan’? It’s far from written in stone

    A music-less ‘Mulan’? It’s far from written in stone

    For “Mulan” fans stressed out over rumors that next year’s live-action update won’t be a musical, director Niki Caro has a message: Don’t set off the fireworks just yet. Caro, the “Whale Rider” and “Zookeeper’s Wife” filmmaker who will be directing the new Disney production, says the outrage is...

  • Global box office barely grew in 2016. Blame it on China

    Global box office barely grew in 2016. Blame it on China

    Global movie box office revenue growth slowed last year as international receipts declined for the first time in 12 years, reflecting a cooling in China’s once-red-hot film market, according to a new report. The total worldwide box office rose 1% to a record $38.6 billion in ticket sales last year,...

  • With 'More Life,' Drake continues to experiment with the streaming era

    With 'More Life,' Drake continues to experiment with the streaming era

    Is it an album or a mixtape? Such was the question when Drake released “More Life,” a collection of new music billed as a “playlist,” last weekend. Presented by October Firm, the team of Drake and his co-manager Oliver El-Khatib, and released through Young Money/Cash Money, the 22-track offering...

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  • Chuck Barris: The man with the dangerous mind returns

    Chuck Barris: The man with the dangerous mind returns

    Chuck Barris, creator of shows like “The Newlywed Game” and popular host of “The Gong Show,” has died. He was 87. As the 2002 biographical film “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” was set to debut, The Times’ Roy Rivenburg sat down with Barris to talk. After two decades of self-imposed exile in southern...

  • Wednesday's TV highlights: 'Empire' on Fox

    Wednesday's TV highlights: 'Empire' on Fox

    SERIES Underground Unbearable complications threaten to break the will to live of both Ernestine and Rosalee (Amirah Vann, Jurnee Smollett-Bell) in this new episode of the pre-Civil War historical drama. 7, 8, 9 and 10:05 p.m. WGN America Blindspot With some help from Nas (Archie Panjabi), Jane...

  • Shirley MacLaine talks about Oscars, Robert Osborne and her new film

    Shirley MacLaine talks about Oscars, Robert Osborne and her new film

    Shirley MacLaine is on a roll. She became a trending topic on Twitter and Facebook when she appeared at last month’s Oscars with Charlize Theron. Earlier this year, she received the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. Career Achievement Award and this month was honored at the Texas Film Awards in Austin...

  • Wit and wordplay abound in the comic collages of Allen Ruppersberg

    Wit and wordplay abound in the comic collages of Allen Ruppersberg

    “As the Planet Earth began to crumble in the early 21st century so followed what was known as the Art World,” reads the first panel in Allen Ruppersberg’s print “Sunday Funnies #3” (2017). “A vast global network comprising everyone and everything involved in the culture and concept of art and its...

  • With 'More Life,' Drake flexes a license to roam

    With 'More Life,' Drake flexes a license to roam

    An album. A mixtape. An audiobook in which he annotates his old scripts from “Degrassi: The Next Generation.” At this point, it doesn’t really matter what form a new Drake release takes. The Canadian rapper and singer — and former teen actor — is so popular that whatever he puts out is almost certain...

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