A timeline of the sexual misconduct accusations against Harvey Weinstein and the continuing fallout from the scandal. . (read more)

SERIES Superstore When Jeff (Michael Bunin) leaves Cloud 9 to work at Target, Garrett (Colton Dunn) convinces Glenn (Mark McKinney) that he’s poaching other employees to go with him. Amy (America Ferrera) goes on a double date with Dina (Lauren Ash). (read more)

The sudden ouster of Gary Barber as chief executive of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, who helped rebuild the once iconic studio, took the entertainment industry by surprise when the management change was announced late Monday night. MGM Holdings’ board of directors said that Barber would be replaced after. (read more)

The Hollywood action film "Tomb Raider" topped China's box office last week, grossing a stellar $41.5 million in its debut, according to data from film consultancy Artisan Gateway. (read more)

On a drizzly night in February, Keri Russell and Holly Taylor walked down a hilly block in Upper Manhattan that was doubling for Reagan-era Washington in a scene from the final season of FX’s spy thriller “The Americans.” Russell, in character as Elizabeth Jennings, a KGB agent living undercover. (read more)

Talent agency ICM Partners is expanding its comedy portfolio with the acquisition of the Just for Laughs Group, the Montreal-based organization behind the world’s largest comedy festival as well as comedy tours and TV specials. ICM is partnering with Canadian comedian Howie Mandel to lead an investor. (read more)

Whether chasing past glories or embracing the thrills of the here-and-now, music fans curious about the sounds of Southern California will find a predictably diverse bunch of melodies and rhythms this season. Below, five cool Los Angeles releases that will storm spring. (read more)

For Toni Braxton, maturity is no guarantee of stability. “I can’t believe it — we’re going through this again,” the veteran R&B artist sings in “Sex & Cigarettes,” about a woman whose unfaithful partner has stopped even trying to hide what he smells like when he climbs into their bed. (read more)

Chad Smith, the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s chief operating officer, has been named artistic director of the Ojai Music Festival for a three-year term to start in 2020, the festival will announce Wednesday. Smith will take over in Ojai for Thomas W. (read more)


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