Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.
NEW YORK (AP) — A new batch of film nominations are out from an influential media organization — but superhero flicks and “Frozen 2” need not apply.
WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) — Before she was the voice of reason at the heart of The CW's "One Tree Hill," Moira Kelly brought her comforting tone and reassuring demeanor to another beloved property —...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — John Lithgow joined the growing list of actors who have taken on the role of President Donald Trump, portraying the world leader in a live reading of former special counsel...
MEDFORD, Mass. (AP) — Actress Alfre Woodard has urged Tufts University graduates to "foster justice" in the world.
The award-winning actor, producer and activist advised the more than 3,000...
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CINCINNATI (AP) — Before her parole and release from prison last Christmas Day, Tyra Patterson had to make a five-year plan.
Her goals were to live independently, get a job, travel, see her family and begin speaking in public about criminal justice reform.
"I completed that ... in less than a year," Patterson told The Enquirer in an interview last week from her rented house in suburban Cincinnati.
NEWPORT, Ky. (AP) — Netflix's star-studded movie "Juanita" owes its existence to Newport author Sheila Williams.
Williams wrote the book "Juanita" is based upon — "Dancing on the Edge of the Roof" — back in 2002. Netflix picked up rights to Williams' book in 2017.
"This is my first published book and yes, it's been made into a film," Williams said. "And I still do not believe it."
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hundreds of thousands of women's marchers amassed at parks and city halls throughout California on Saturday to condemn sexual harassment, violence against women and the presidency of Donald Trump.
Speakers, including Hollywood stars, urged women to vote in the midterm elections that Democrats hope will let them regain control of the Republican-dominated House of Representatives.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Latest on women's marches in California (all times local):
Movie stars have joined women's marchers in a get-out-the-vote and empowerment rally at Los Angeles City Hall.
Mayor Eric Garcetti estimated 500,000 people turned out Saturday for the women's march. It's one of many being held from the Sacramento state Capitol to San Diego.
Marchers oppose Trump administration policies and support campaigns against sexual harassment.
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio woman who drew celebrity support for her claims of innocence in the slaying of a teenage girl has been released after 22 years in prison.
WHIO-TV reports Tyra Patterson, now 42, was freed Monday, Christmas Day.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Beyonce Knowles-Carter is joining the cast of "The Lion King" to voice to role of Nala.
The Walt Disney Studios revealed the main cast for its upcoming live-action and CG adaptation of its 1994 animated classic Wednesday and confirmed the months old rumor that the pop superstar would be lending her voice to the project.
BEDFORD, Va. (AP) — A feature film starring Academy Award-nominated actress Alfre Woodard is set to start filming in central Virginia.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe's office announced Wednesday that "Juanita" will begin filming in early spring in Bedford and Central Virginia, including Petersburg.