1. AT&T Launches New Online TV Service as Video Customers Fall
  2. John Oliver Criticizes Trump Over "Lies" About Coronavirus
  3. Asia's APOS Media Summit Postponed Due to Coronavirus Outbreak
  4. Public Enemy Parts Ways With Flavor Flav
  5. 'Walking Dead': How That Deadly 'Halloween' Homage Came to Life
  6. 'Judge Judy' to End After 25 Seasons; Sheindlin Says New Show, 'Judy Justice,' in the Works
  7. Steven Spielberg's Daughter Arrested on Domestic Charge in Tennessee
  8. Pete Buttigieg Ending Campaign for President
  9. This Week in TV: 'Hillary,' 'Better Things,' 'Volcano Live'
  10. Paris' Louvre Museum Closed Amid Coronavirus Concerns
  11. 'Invisible Man' Star Oliver Jackson-Cohen Comes Clean on His Invisible Man Role
  12. Chuck D Responds to Bernie Sanders, Flavor Flav Endorsement Controversy
  13. Claudette Nevins, Stage Actress in 'Plaza Suite' and 'The Great White Hope,' Dies at 82
  14. 'Breeders': TV Review
  15. Caitlyn Jenner Is Done Talking Politics: "I Just Got Very Fed Up"
  16. Box Office: 'The Invisible Man' Screams Loudly With $29M U.S. Start, $49M Globally
  17. Movie Trailers This Week: 'The High Note,' 'Candyman,' 'Rumble'
  18. Berlin: Christian Petzold's 'Undine' Wins FIPRESCI Critics Award
  19. Berlin: 'Futur Drei (No Hard Feelings)' Wins Teddy Award as Best Queer Film
  20. Berlin: Brazilian Skater Drama 'My Name Is Baghdad' Wins Generation 14plus Section