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2020 Emmy winner (seven times over) “Schitt’s Creek” went from cult obscurity to fan favorite. Like the series itself, that feel-good story is a solace right now.

‘Schitt’s Creek’ set Emmy records while ‘Watchmen’ and ‘Succession’ helped lead HBO to a dominant night in a surreal evening that demonstrated how to pull off an awards show during a pandemic.

Find out the winners of the 2020 Emmys with our complete list, updating live during Sunday night’s ceremony.

Here’s what the cast of ‘Schitt’s Creek’ had to say after sweeping the comedy series categories at the 2020 Emmys.

Two E! hosts, Giuliana Rancic and Vivica A. Fox, released statements during the Emmys red-carpet preshow announcing they tested positive for COVID-19.

Warner Bros.’ ‘Tenet’ continues to do modest business with $36.1 million in North American receipts and a global cumulative of $250.1 million.

Van Morrison is planning to release three new songs that take a swipe at coronavirus restrictions imposed by the British government.

L.A. poet laureate Robin Coste Lewis joins the L.A. Times Book Club Sept. 24 for Black Poets in a Time of Unrest, an evening of discussion and poetry performances.

COVID-19 prompts L.A.'s popular free Shakespeare festival in the park to conceive “Romeo and Juliet” as a distanced, livestreamed affair.

Ballet Folklórico de Los Ángeles performed its first drive-in performance, mixing Mexican heritage and American identity in a show for pandemic times.

“We gotta yeet this virus,” the famously ageless Paul Rudd says in a hilariously cringeworthy PSA encouraging Americans to wear masks to combat COVID-19.

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Directors Julie Cohen and Betsy West spent years with the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to make their Oscar-nominated film ‘RBG.’

LACMA finally released plans for the building’s interiors and they are ... gray. Plus, a loss for L.A. urbanism journalism, COVID-age theater and the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg in our weekly arts newsletter.

The last of four buildings being torn down at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art should be completely gone by next month, the museum says.

The 10th season of the Peabody Award-winning series starts Friday and is really smart, transporting us to the U.S.-Mexico border, Beijing and London.

The Broad Museum’s new video series “L.A. Intersections: Music, Language, Movement” premieres with the first of three episodes.

Julia Roberts, Sean Penn, Matthew McConaughey, director Amy Heckerling and writer Cameron Crowe are part of the live “Ridgemont High” reading.

“What the Constitution Means to Me” will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on Oct 16, part of a larger deal with show creator Heidi Schreck.

Choreographer Ana Maria Alvarez and playwright and director Michael John Garcés are two of eight Doris Duke Artists for 2020.

  1. Resorts, casinos and restaurants reopened earlier. Now bars and lounges return.

  1. DC Universe is being transformed into DC Universe Infinite, a digital comics subscription service, so “Harley Quinn” Season 3 is headed to HBO Max.

  1. NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal has paid $765,000 for a Las Vegas home a few miles south of the Big Chicken restaurant he opened in 2018.

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