Just a few hours after "An American Idol Story: Laine Hardy - Episode 1" was posted on YouTube on Friday, it had already surpassed 12,000 views.
"Once that patient says 'thank you,' you've done your job," the EMS team member says in a preview clip for “First Responders Live.”
On the heels of his performance at the Embassy of Italy in Washington, D.C., on June 6, Louisiana's American Idol Laine Hardy will be returning to the nation's capital to sing for PBS' "A Capitol Fourth."
Its members live in Atlanta, but the food will be authentic Creole and Cajun when NOLA Creations joins eight other teams on the new season of Food Network's "The Great Food Truck Race."
The miraculous concert documentary “Amazing Grace” acts as a sublime tribute to the great Aretha Franklin.
By all accounts, it seems, you can take Laine Hardy out of the country but you can't take the country out of Hardy.
On the heels of Louisiana's Laine Hardy winning the "American Idol" title on May 19, "Idol" auditions will return to Baton Rouge on Aug. 25, ABC announced Monday.
Two years of college and one leg surgery later, Matthew Deloch is returning to the "So You Think You Can Dance" stage.
It's been a bit since moviegoers had the chance to catch up with Godzilla, five years in fact, which in cinematic franchise time feels like at least a few decades. In other words, it's understandable if you go into "Godzilla: King of the Monsters"…
Summer may be the season for going to the movies, but a lot of those movies sure have been a bit predictable, right? Franchise entries, live-action remakes and comic-book adaptations are the new normal at cinemas during the months of June, July an…
It's pretty clear after watching the new live-action "Aladdin" that doubts about Will Smith's casting as the Genie are overblown. It's the guy behind the camera who should be doubted — and stuffed into a small lamp forever.
While dropping off his friend at the airport, Steve Herold noticed a pile of umbrellas lining his friend's trunk.
Baton Rouge Gallery’s Movies & Music on the Lawn program, which is about to begin its 2019 season, has made great strides since its first screening in 1998.
"You think I'm a terrible person, don't you?" Anne asks Foster near the close of the first episode of "What/If."
It was a 24-hour, cross-country whirlwind for Livingston's Laine Hardy in his first day as the 17th American Idol on Monday.
Laine Hardy was named the winner of the 17th edition of 'American Idol' on Sunday night, becoming the first Louisiana native to capture the 'Idol' crowd.
LIVINGSTON — They chewed their fingernails, covered their faces and crossed their fingers as host Ryan Seacrest held the envelope containing the name of this year’s “American Idol” winner.
Laine Hardy made history Sunday night, becoming the first Louisiana native to win 'American Idol' and the show's 17th winner overall.
In the mid-1930s, Victor Green, a black postal carrier from Harlem, began publishing “The Negro Motorist Green Book.” The series, which ran into the mid-1960s, was part travel guide and part survival guide for black people traversing segregated, J…
Laine Hardy is coming home to Louisiana, and the Livingston native will be celebrated Tuesday night with a parade and concert in his hometown.
Laine Hardy of Livingston has a shot to be one of the final three contestants on "American Idol" if he can advance in Sunday night's show.
Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen make a sparkling comedic duo in the unconventional romantic comedy "Long Shot," about a sleek politician and a schlubby journalist. The movie is more than its superficial premise.
It's got an adorable hero from an iconic media brand who is voiced by a proven box office master at snark. But, somehow, "Pokémon Detective Pikachu" never really gets arresting.
The icing on Cindy Lou Hardy's Mother's Day cake would be if her son, Laine Hardy, advances to "American Idol's" top three on Sunday night.
Livingston singer Laine Hardy is one step closer to becoming the next "American Idol," advancing to the top 5 on Sunday night's show.
Phillip Youmans was just 17 and finishing high school when he completed his lyrical debut feature film, "Burning Cane." Now, his movie has won the top award at the 18th Tribeca Film Festival.
With the cancellation of its “One Day at a Time” reboot, I’m hesitant to declare that Netflix champions television starring underrepresented demographics. So go binge “Special” before the streaming service axes that one, too.
A Metairie case is the subject of the series launch of "The Redemption Project with Van Jones" at 8 p.m. Sunday on CNN.
Hey Peyton Manning fans, there's good news: You'll be seeing the legendary quarterback and New Orleans native on TV this coming football season.
Beyoncé is extremely private, and only lets you know what she wants you to know, when she wants you to know it — typically, in a surprise post be it on her website or Instagram.
Kevin McQuarn followed the original "Teen Titans" series on Cartoon Network from 2003-2006. Now, he watches the spinoff, "Teen Titans Go!," with his two younger sons.
Shira Tran's chance at romance was cut short on "Double Shot at Love with DJ Pauly D and Vinny" on Thursday night.
It's hard to begin watching the Netflix movie "The Highwaymen" and not think about the way it will inevitably end — in a famous ambush and a hail of bullets.