Co-workers, public officials and the community remembered Donna Britt during WAFB's 60-minute tribute to the longtime news anchor on Thursday evening.
After 45 years of telling TV viewers what tomorrow's weather will bring, WBRZ, Channel 2's chief forecaster Pat Shingleton is retiring.
"Locked Down" isn't the first movie set during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the HBO Max streaming exclusive won't be the last of its kind.
TikTok, Twitter, text messages — the stream of content continues, but what if you gave this super-connected world a disconnection notice? Getting away from the buzz is one half of the 2020 Sundance hit, "Save Yourselves!," now streaming on Hulu.
"Family Feud," "Kids Say the Darndest Things" and a new series focusing on fatherhood are all accepting applications and online auditions now.
An epic set in 1870, “News of the World” is the first western in Tom Hanks’ nearly 100-movie career. Like classic westerns, it holds untamed landscapes, heroes and villains, chases and shootouts, and settlers, soldiers and Native Americans in conflict.
“Soul,” a beautiful rumination on the meaning of life, leaps to a high place among Pixar Animation Studios' modern-day classics. Writer-directors Pete Docter (“Up,” “Monsters, Inc.,” “WALL•E.”) and Kemp Powers lighten their soul-stirring story wit…
Baton Rouge native Louis Herthum tackles another law enforcement role, this time guest-starring as Sheriff Wayne McCarthy, on the CBS sophomore drama series "All Rise" at 8 p.m. Monday.
New Orleans "American Idol" finalist Faith Becnel and 2020 "Idol" winner Samantha Diaz sprinkle some soul on their new duet of Nat King Cole's classic "The Christmas Song."
“Music Dreams … An American Story,” a documentary about Baton Rouge musician Henry Turner Jr. and the Flavor band, is part of Food Film Music’s Be Thankful virtual screening series.
Five years ago, a moviemaking family slipped into Baton Rouge largely unnoticed. A movie now airing on Apple TV+, Amazon and Google Play serves as their coming-out party.
Architects Samuel G. and William B. Wiener's work made Shreveport an early hub of International Modernist design in the United States.
When longtime WAFB-TV weathercaster Diane Deaton first began in the news business, the role of weather reporter hadn't really been defined yet.
“Godmothered” begins as a sweet and funny fish-out-of-water comedy. Eleanor, a fairy godmother in training, is the fish. Modern-day Boston is the nonmagical land where Eleanor flails amusingly about. Centuries behind the times, she’s ill-equipped …
Nothing about this year's movie calendar has been ordinary, until now. As winter rolls in, film awards chatter dominates Twitter even though we're nine months into the pandemic.
John Schneider's new film, "Stand on It," will be available starting the day after Thanksgiving — "Orange Friday," as Schneider is calling it.
Graham Ulkins, a reporter with WAFB-Channel 9, announced in Facebook and Twitter posts on Thursday, Nov. 19, that he is Omaha-bound.
Viewers can expect to see New Orleans singer Casmè on "The Voice" at 7 p.m. Monday, as "battles" rounds wrap up on the NBC reality singing competition series.
Widely regarded as one of the best action filmmakers for his work on 1992's "The Last of the Mohicans," 1995's "Heat" and 2004's "Collateral," director Michael Mann's best work isn't about cops and robbers, but about investigative journalism.
After working the stage and her vocal range with Aretha Franklin's "Baby I Love You," New Orleans singer Casmè became the newest member of Team Legend on "The Voice" Monday night.
Pittman Casting Inc. is searching for single guys 21 and older for a yet-to-be-revealed major cable network's new "groundbreaking" dating series.
For better or for worse, the five Louisiana couples on this season's "Married at First Sight" have already made show history even before the finale airs on Wednesday.
The late chef Leah Chase and New Orleans writer Lolis Eric Elie are two of the voices heard when PBS debuts "Driving While Black: Race, Space and Mobility in America" at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
After almost 10 years at Baton Rouge TV station WAFB, morning show co-anchor and noon news anchor Lauren Westbrook is heading back to Texas.
Louisiana's Archie Williams didn't capture the winner's title on NBC's "America's Got Talent," but it was still a night he won't soon forget.