"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.
When Starlight Studios in New Orleans East opened its doors in 2017 under CEO and developer Billy Burk, there were naysayers galore who wondered how a large Hollywood-style studio could succeed at a time when Louisiana’s tax credit incentives were…
“Avengers: Endgame” launched the summer movie season with a superhero punch. Debuting April 26, the Marvel Studios juggernaut crossed the $2 billion box office mark in a record-breaking 11 days.
Laine Hardy is coming home to Louisiana, and the Livingston native will be celebrated Tuesday night with a parade and concert in his hometown.
When Meg Tilly was nominated for an Academy Award in 1986 for her supporting role in "Agnes of God," the 25-year-old sat in the audience on Oscar night hoping Anjelica Huston would walk away with the prize.
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.
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.
A Metairie case is the subject of the series launch of "The Redemption Project with Van Jones" at 8 p.m. Sunday on CNN.
Jazz Fest headliners Van Morrison and Wynton Marsalis somehow evaded post-fest traffic Sunday night to attend a Canal Place screening of “Bolden," the new film about the early 20th-century New Orleans cornet player who is generally considered to b…
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.
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.
Thousands auditioned for the 17th season of ABC's "American Idol." Only 175 advanced to Hollywood, where the judges trimmed the hopefuls down to 40 and then flew them to Hawaii, where 20 more were axed.
"Austin City Limits" will live stream its debut taping with New Orleans rock band The Revivalists starting at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
She made it through rhubarb pie and blueberry tarts, macarons and fennel cake. But it was another kind of cake that sent New Orleans' Jordan Kanouse home on Food Network's "Spring Baking Championship's" fourth episode Monday night.
Travel Channel’s new series "Mission Declassified" will attempt to unravel New Orleans' notorious axe man murders in its Sunday, April 28 episode.
The Rolling Stones dubbed their recently postponed tour No Filter. "No filter” more accurately describes Bill Maher.
When the fictional Roxxon Gulf oil platform exploded off the coast of south Louisiana, the action was just beginning in last season’s premiere of the hit Marvel Comics-inspired TV show, "Cloak & Dagger."
Composer Lera Auerbach literally adapted the concept of "the blind leading the blind" to create her unusual one-act opera opening this weekend at the Marigny Opera House.
You’ll feel dirty watching “The Dirt,” the new Mötley Crüe bio-pic. And sad. And maybe even amused.
Brian Jones has been working in movie theaters since the early ’90s. In New Orleans alone, he has worked "pretty much everywhere in town," he said before landing his current job as general manager of the Broad Theater.
Cartoonist Caesar Meadows often works in miniature. He creates postage stamp-size “micro-comics” and rolls with ‘tit Rex, the shoebox parade.
It was August 2005, and Ciera Payton was home for summer break from the University of North Carolina's School of the Arts.
It will be a most excellent summer in New Orleans — really, despite the heat — when Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves arrive in the city to reprise their iconic roles as William "Bill" S. Preston Esq. and Theodore "Ted" Logan in "Bill & Ted Face th…
It's the 40th anniversary of TV's "The Dukes of Hazzard," and star John Schneider is celebrating his 59th birthday.
Tom Smith, star of Discovery's "Misfit Garage," will appear at the first Slam’d & Cam’d Car Show at Raising Cane’s River Center on July 13.
First, she pursued a medical degree, then earned a business diploma. But it was in the kitchen that Jordan Kanouse found her dream career.
New Orleans cosmetologist Shira Tran will be one of 20 contestants on the new MTV reality series, "Double Shot at Love with DJ Pauly D and Vinny."