1. Bob Dylan Reflects on Assassination of JFK in 'Murder Most Foul' Song
  2. China to Reopen Over 200 Cinemas in Shanghai
  3. Dr. Anthony Fauci Makes First Late Night Appearance on 'The Daily Show'
  4. HFPA Bestows $25,000 Grant to L.A. Press Club for Journalists Affected by Coronavirus
  5. Joe Biden Says Trump "Hasn't Done What Is Rational to Do" in Fighting Coronavirus Pandemic
  6. R. Kelly Seeks Release From Jail, Cites Coronavirus Risk
  7. Josh Wallwork, Costumer on 'Law and Order: SVU,' Dies From Coronavirus Complications at 45
  8. Taylor Swift Surprises Some of Her Fans With Money Donations
  9. SAG-AFTRA Processing 100,000 Residuals Checks Weekly Even Amid Virus Crisis
  10. BTS Postpones North American Tour Dates Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
  11. U.S. Leads World in Confirmed Coronavirus Cases, Reports Johns Hopkins University
  12. TV Ad Sales to Fall 13 Percent in 2020 Amid Virus Crisis, Magna Forecasts
  13. How Video Game Companies Are Raising Money to Support the Coronavirus Fight
  14. IATSE Revises Pension Plan to Allow Emergency Withdrawals
  15. Fred "Curly" Neal, Longtime Harlem Globetrotters Player, Dies at 77
  16. Kim Masters: High-Flying Endeavor Brought Down to Earth by Virus and Debt
  17. HBO: Movies Leaving in April
  18. HBO's New Releases Coming in April 2020
  19. Inside Bethenny Frankel's Fight to Help Those Impacted by Coronavirus: "We're Working 24 Hours a Day"
  20. Disney Raises $1.3 Billion in New Debt in Canada
  21. 'Messiah' Canceled After a Single Season on Netflix
  22. TV Usage Spikes Even More Amid Coronavirus Quarantines
  23. Hot Docs Festival Plans Virtual Market
  24. 'Be Our Chef': TV Review
  25. Chaz Bono on Stepping Out of His Comfort Zone With "Big Johnson" Role on 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'
  26. Disney Mum on Moving April 1 North American Parks Reopening Date
  27. The CW Shuffles Schedule After Production Shutdown
  28. Netmarble Unveils Social Drawing Quiz Game 'Koongya Draw Party' on Mobile Platforms
  29. L.A. County Reports Biggest Spike Yet in Coronavirus Pandemic With 9 Deaths, 421 New Cases
  30. TV Companies Worldwide Hit by Sports Shutdown
  31. 'Resistance': Film Review
  32. 'NBA 2K' Publisher Beats Copyright Suit Over LeBron James' Tattoos
  33. 'The Mindfulness Movement': Film Review
  34. Dimensional Ink Games to Unveil 'Birds of Prey' Episode of 'DC Universe Online'
  35. 11 Watches for Men and Women for Spring, Including Bond's New Timepiece
  36. Seth Meyers Calls Trump's Plan to Reopen Country by Easter "Sociopathic Governance"
  37. 'Tomboy' Filmmakers on Power of Female Drummers, SXSW Cancellation
  38. Canadian Entertainment Industry Seeks Government Bailout for Virus Fallout
  39. Mark Blum, Stage Veteran and Actor in 'Crocodile Dundee,' Dies From Coronavirus Complications at 69
  40. Cannes Outlines Reasons for Postponing Festival, Extends Deadlines
  41. Steph Curry Interviews Dr. Anthony Fauci About Coronavirus Facts on Instagram Live
  42. Ray Romano, Iliza Shlesinger and More Set for Coronavirus Relief Fund Live Stream
  43. U.K. Government Unveils Financial Support Package for Self-Employed Workers Amid Virus Crisis
  44. L.A. Mayor Says Hollywood Soundstages May Be Utilized If Virus Cases Surge
  45. Courteney Cox Plays 'Friends' Trivia With Jimmy Kimmel's Superfan Relative
  46. Drake to Produce '48 Laws of Power' Series for Quibi
  47. 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' Sets ABC Return as Late Night Starts Back Up
  48. Peabody Awards to Be Rescheduled
  49. Golden Globes Amend Eligibility Requirements in Light of Coronavirus
  50. Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, More to Perform From Home for ACM Awards-Replacing TV Special
  51. TV Ratings: 'Chicago Med,' 'Fire' Draw Biggest Audiences Since 2015
  52. Olivier Awards Sets Retrospective Special for Theater Ceremony TV Slot
  53. Joe Rogan Rips Gal Gadot's "Dumb" Star-Studded 'Imagine' Video
  54. NBCUniversal CEO Jeff Shell Tests Positive for Coronavirus
  55. Broadcasters Get OK to Dole Out Free Ads to Everyone But Politicians
  56. Peacock Loses Olympics But Its Vast Library Provides Timely Launchpad
  57. A Theatrical Movie On-Demand for $20? Americans Want to Pay More Like $6
  58. How the Save With Stories Initiative Enlisted Amy Adams, Reese Witherspoon and More
  59. Mobile Games Hotspot: 'Plague Inc.' Developer Donates $250,000 to Fight Coronavirus Pandemic
  60. iHeartMedia Boosts Liquidity by $350 Million, Withdraws Guidance Amid Pandemic
  61. 'Ozark' Season 3: TV Review
  62. Actor Arrested by FBI for Touting Coronavirus Cure
  63. Redstones' Holding Company Amends Credit Pact Without Pledging More ViacomCBS Stock
  64. 'The Devil's Own': THR's 1997 Review
  65. As Jeffrey Katzenberg’s Quibi Races Toward Launch, Will a Changed World Help or Hurt?
  66. How I'm Living Now: Lulu Wang, 'The Farewell' Director
  67. Hollywood's Growing Debt and Earnings Risk Amid the Pandemic: "It's All About Liquidity"
  68. 'Horizon Zero Dawn' Comic to Launch in July
  69. How 'Star Trek: Picard' Pulled Off Game-Changing Finale Scene
  70. As a Virus Upends Hollywood, There May Never Be a Return to Normal
  71. James Corden in 'One Man, Two Guvnors' to Kick Off NT Live Free Programming
  72. Patrick Stewart Breaks Down 'Star Trek: Picard' Finale Shocker
  73. Coronavirus: 'Producers on the Move' Event Goes Digital Due to Cannes Fest Postponement
  74. Coronavirus: How India's "Total Lockdown" Is Impacting Bollywood