It's going to be a family affair on NBC's summertime reboot of the classic quiz show, "College Bowl."
Louisiana Public Broadcasting and the Southern University Law Center is giving viewers a preview screening online of PBS' new "Independent Lens" docuseries "Philly D.A." from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday.
One of the hosts of weekly Baton Rouge talk show "Glitter & Gossip" switched roles Wednesday night as part of the virtual audience for Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen."
Willie and Korie Robertson, one branch of the West Monroe Robertsons of "Duck Dynasty" fame, will launch their original talk show series Monday on Facebook Live.
As the 18th season of Discovery Channel's "Pit Bulls & Parolees" opens this weekend, Tia Torres and company are still doing what they've done for 30 years-plus — saving pit bulls.
In 1991's hit comedy "What About Bob?," Bill Murray created another hard-to-hate goofball as the anxious, afraid-of-everything Bob Wiley. Reading behind-the-scenes tales, it's hard to believe a movie this funny could come from that set.
After a year spent in lockdown, this April in particular feels full of hope, with spring flowers, longer days and more time spent outdoors. If you want to binge a show that has that same air about it, check out Netflix's “Hilda.”
Ville Platte's annual exhibition football game, the Tee Cotton Bowl, will get a national audience during the sixth season of PBS' "Reel South" series.
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" hits New Orleans on Sunday night for a bit of business, a little pleasure and loads of drama.
After a local screening and panel discussion last week, PBS' "Independent Lens" debuts "Uncoded Bias" at 9 p.m. Monday on WLPB, Channel 27 (cable Channel 12).
"Greyhound," the World War II drama starring Tom Hanks and co-starring Baton Rouge's USS Kidd, got an Oscar nod for Best Sound on Monday.
Playwright Florian Zeller makes a masterful film directorial debut with a shattering adaption of his play, “The Father.” Unlike many theater productions adapted for film, the remarkably fluid “The Father” never feels staged or stage-bound.
First, let's get the bad news out of the way: It's been a full year since the pandemic started. As you contemplate this, let out a humongous sigh. Don't worry if you're bothering the neighbors; they're sighing, too.
As I flip through all that the streaming services have to offer, like a tiger in a cage, I find myself circling back to series I’ve already watched. Amid those is a bit of a forgotten gem: SciFi original “Z Nation.”
Last summer, fans watched Louisiana native Archie Williams make it to the top 10 on NBC's 'America's Got Talent." Is there another talented Louisianian out there who could take the top prize on Season 16?
Are you binging "Tell Me Your Secrets" yet?Amazon Prime Video released all 10 episodes of the New Orleans-shot series' first season on Friday.
A fiercely unsentimental story of loss and displacement, “Nomadland” veers between cinematic poetry and unflinching documentary. The contrast between the two can be a bumpy ride.
Dressed in purple and gold and carrying their LSU sign, the Hotard family of Port Allen won on their first night of "Family Feud" on Monday.
Although there won't be any Louisiana contestants on Bravo's "Top Chef" this season, look for New Orleans chef Nina Compton to pop in from time to time.
On the weekend before Mardi Gras, PBS' "Austin City Limits" digs into its archives to reshare a 2010 performance from one of New Orleans' greats, the late Allen Toussaint.
In his freshman year at Southern University, Lenard Tillery III tried out for the football team. He was just a walk-on in 2012, with no promises to play.
Disbelief, dismay, disgust — Jovin Webb's Facebook followers are expressing all that and more after his post earlier this week.
With the idea that music is about helping people through moments, Shanna Forrestall hopes to inspire listeners with her first song, "Full Moon."
Stanley Nelson Jr.’s award-winning 2015 documentary about the Black Panther Party shows how relevant the organization’s goals in the 1960s are to present-day America. “The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution” also reveals a visionary star i…
We don't know what he'll be wearing or if he wins a prize, but we do know that Baton Rouge resident Jack Lampert will be on "Let's Make a Deal" on Tuesday.
"No social institution in the Black community is more central and important than the Black church,” says Henry Louis Gates Jr.
Denzel Washington is one of the finest actors working today because he brings something new to each performance. Each film he stars in — even the duds — is worth watching.
The highly rated and lauded “Never Have I Ever” has been on my watch list since it debuted on Netflix last April. I’m a big fan of Mindy Kaling, who co-created the show with Lang Fisher (“Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “The Mindy Project”), so it's a no-brainer.
If you want to hear Pat Shingleton tell you one more time whether you'll need a raincoat or an overcoat this weekend, catch "WBRZ News 2" at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. Friday.
Sisters Laura Berard Huval and Maegan Berard Rankin and their cousin, Callie Guidry, remember Nov. 24, Grammy nomination announcement day, well.
Louisiana Public Broadcasting will open its Black History Month programming by streaming "The Gaines Award Ceremony" on Thursday.
From New Orleans to Nashville, "America's Got Talent" producers are looking for performers in the country's southeast region to audition virtually on Wednesday.
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.