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Actresses Maitreyi Ramakrishnan (Devi), Lee Rodriguez (Fabiola) and Ramona Young (Eleanor) star in the new Netflix show "Never Have I Ever."
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) crisis has us feeling a confusing set of emotions: We’re glad that everyone is quarantined and social distancing so that the coronavirus can’t be spread further, but we’re also sad and bitter because a lot of events we were looking forward to for this new year are canceled.
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has dramatically changed the course of modern-day entertainment, especially in the realm of late-night television.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has been the recent target of what many are calling a deepfake, which is an act of media manipulation that looks very real.
Stay-at-home regulations have been a roadblock for the fashion industry.
Another day, another concert canceled. Social distancing right now means fans are praying for postponed shows rather than canceled ones, if the artist hasn’t already called it off.
There may be no time like the present to find new distractions and dive into the content on streaming services that we've been procrastinating pre-pandemic.
The "Jersey 4 Jersey" show to raise money during the coronavirus pandemic featured some of today's biggest stars, like Sza, Charlie Puth, Hasley and more.
The best show on TV just got even better. “Better Call Saul,” the “Breaking Bad” prequel show about everyone’s favorite criminal lawyer, wrapped up its incredible penultimate season on Sunday in dramatic fashion.
As the crescent in the sky starts to come into view, Muslims all around the world are preparing for what is sure to be a historic event: the first global Ramadan in lockdown.