Young people are facing unique challenges during the COVID-19 crisis — the loneliness and isolation of social distancing, missed milestones and even reentry anxiety.
Ten films, six continents, 400 cities — it's the Manhattan Short film festival and it's coming to the Manship Theatre on Thursday, Sept. 23.
Hayley Arceneaux, of St. Francisville, who'll be part of the first all-civilian space flight this week, will be a guest on "CBS Mornings" on Tuesday.
When Hurricane Ida slashed through Louisiana, John Schneider wasn't home in Holden keeping guard over his house and studios.
Louisiana Public Broadcasting will devote this week's episode of "Louisiana: The State We’re In" to the impact of Hurricane Ida.
Former Baton Rouge actor Wes Brown returns to the Hallmark Channel in "Sweet Pecan Summer" at 8 p.m. Saturday.
A new short documentary exploring Clementine Hunter's life and work will have its broadcast premiere on Louisiana Public Broadcasting.
Greg Williams Jr. has a simple request for those who choose to watch his new by-subscription web series: Remove your preconceptions and open your hearts and minds.
Baton Rouge chef and food blogger Susanne Duplantis will appear on the nationally syndicated daytime talk show "Tamron Hall" Monday.
The gorgeous, stately and historic homes of New Orleans will again be in the spotlight when "Selling the Big Easy" returns Friday, Sept. 10, for a second season on HGTV.
Monday is the day for Louisiana hopefuls to audition for the next season of ABC reality singing competition series "American Idol."
Actor Wes Brown, who grew up in Baton Rouge, is coming home — well, almost — to shoot his latest Hallmark Channel movie.
With the fourth COVID-19 surge again sending folks in search of entertainment diversions at home — a laugh, a little adventure, maybe an actor profile — we offer eight movie recommendations, all available for streaming this month.
No stranger to the camera, adult film star, stripper and Baton Rouge native Stormy Daniels will venture into reality TV this fall.
A memorial service for longtime Baton Rouge TV news personality Donna Britt is planned for Saturday, Aug. 7, according to unfilteredwithkiran.com.
Profiles, interviews, debates — the Louisiana Digital Media Archive is packed with highlights of Edwin Edwards' political career.
Louisiana singer Laine Hardy will perform on the Grand Ole Opry stage for the first time Saturday, Aug. 28, Buena Vista Records/ Industrial Media’s 19 Recordings announced last week.
Louisiana Public Broadcasting will pay tribute to former Lt. Gov. Jimmy Fitzmorris, who died last week at the age of 99.
If "Ocean's Eleven" were grimier, set in the '50s and shot with fisheye lenses, you'd have something close to "No Sudden Move."
If the last year felt like seven, it's been an eternity since audiences have seen a new movie from director Michael Mann.
Louisiana Public Broadcasting and the Southern University Law Center will present a virtual screening of three "Independent Lens" film shorts from 6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. Monday.
Baton Rouge Gallery's Movies & Music on the Lawn went dark in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic, but now it's back.
Tuesday night, Alabama will take on Auburn, while Michigan faces Minnesota — but not on the gridiron.
In celebration of Black Music Month, the “National Battle of the Bands: A Salute to HBCU Marching Bands" film will be airing at 11 a.m. June 19 on WAFB, Channel 9, cable Channel 7.
In "Luca," the new animated feature from Pixar Animation Studios, the 13-year-old titular character and his friend Alberto take an extended field trip to the little Italian Riviera town of Portorosso.
It's hometown time on Todd Graves' reality series "Restaurant Recovery" at 7 p.m. Tuesday on the Cooking Channel.
Finding a show that’s interesting enough to keep watching but not so intense that it requires constant attention is tougher than it sounds. Lucky for me, “Lucifer” exists.
"I'm moving on," Kiran Chawla said Wednesday, exactly one year after her sudden departure from Baton Rouge TV station WAFB, Channel 9.
Raising Cane's founder Todd Graves' reality series "Restaurant Recovery," which launched April 15 on streaming service discovery+, is joining the Cooking Channel lineup.
As ABC firefighter drama series "Station 19's" scripts continue to track real-life events of the past year, Thursday night's episode offered up a name familiar to Louisiana viewers — Alton Sterling.
Gun control is on the table for the first-season finale of "At Home with the Robertsons," released Thursday.
Oscar-, Golden Globe- and Grammy-winning entertainer Jon Batiste is trading the piano stool for the host chair, at least for two days this week.
The Robertsons of A&E's "Duck Dynasty" fame have cranked out another web series, “Dysfunction to Dynasty.”
Louisiana Public Broadcasting will spotlight the life and legacy of former Gov. Buddy Roemer on Friday's "Louisiana: The State We’re In" and an updated "Louisiana Legends: Charles 'Buddy' Roemer."
Tim Tebow and his wife, Demi, weigh in on faith, love and abstinence on a new episode of the Facebook Watch series "At Home with the Robertsons" on Monday.
Filming is set to begin in June on “Crater,” a $40 million movie that is being made in Baton Rouge and will air on the Disney+ streaming service.