Moonlight' darling of Gotham Awards

"Moonlight" has made history.

‘Fantastic Beasts’—better than ‘Harry Potter’

J.K. Rowling’s prequel, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” is better than her “Harry Potter” series, which took the single mother, who was living on government assistant programs, into the realm of the very wealthy and beloved.

‘Soul Train’ keeps chuggin on

The stigma attributed to New Yorkers, especially when we’re out of town, is that we can be a little vociferous.

Janelle Monae on 'Moonlight' and 'Hidden Figures'

Janelle Monae is someone you'll be seeing a lot of this year.

‘Moana’—Disney’s new Pacific Islander princess

Polynesian princess Moana will quickly become as popular as Cinderella as the revival of Disney begins to reflect the global communities. The film is as exciting as “The Little Mermaid” and “Aladdin,” which are also directed by Ron Clements and ...

‘Loving’ delivers knockout performances

“Loving,” directed and written by Jeff Nichols, has managed to deliver a film that finds the center of the human story, laying out the gross injustice without provoking frustration and utter rage.

‘Almost Christmas’ more than almost good

It’s a bittersweet time. Christmas approaches. Walter (Danny Glover), a retired auto repair shop owner, tries his best to make the most of the holiday season.

‘The Cosby Show’ returning to TV ‘by popular demand

The Cosby Show” will return to the airwaves next month on Bounce TV.

Bounce TV set to re-air 'Roots'

Bounce TV is set to air the 1977 mini-series Roots on five consecutive nights from Nov. 16-20 starting at 9. p.m. ET.

Dave Chappelle and the history of the N-word on TV

Dave Chappelle is definitely one of the few people who could get away with dropping the N-word on "Saturday Night Live."

'Almost Christmas' stars on holiday magic

Creators of the new film "Almost Christmas" hope it becomes part of the cannon of beloved holiday movies.

James Baldwin reaches out from the grave in ‘I Am Not Your Negro’

The late James Baldwin reached out from his grave and bitch-slapped America in “I Am Not Your Negro” by filmmaker Raoul Peck.

Ruth Negga—A ‘Loving’ Oscar hopeful

Ruth Negga’s eyes stop you cold. They are large, deep and expressive, combining her delicately etched beauty and connecting it to a voice that’s melodic and measured.

CMA responds to allegations it removed social media posts over Beyoncé performance backlash

The Country Music Association is pushing back on reports it deleted social media posts about a performance by Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks at this week's CMA Awards.

The times they were a Strange-ing

By now, you’ve likely seen the promotions for the new “Dr. Strange” flick because Marvel Comics’ marketing is trés effective.