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Tuesday's TV highlights: 'Darci Lynne: My Hometown Christmas' on NBC.

Tuesday's TV highlights: 'Darci Lynne: My Hometown Christmas' on NBC.

SERIES NCIS The team's holiday plans are put on hold when a murder investigation leads to the discovery of a newborn baby who has no identification and no apparent ties to a family. 8 p.m. CBS
Andy Serkis revives Gollum as a Brexit-obsessed Theresa May

Andy Serkis revives Gollum as a Brexit-obsessed Theresa May

Actress Natalie Portman and director Brady Corbet from the film "Vox Lux," photographed in the L.A. Times Photo and Video Studio at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Warner Bros. TV and digital executive Craig Hunegs to exit

Warner Bros. TV and digital executive Craig Hunegs to exit

Longtime Warner Bros. executive Craig Hunegs, who played a key role in the Burbank studio’s television and digital business strategy, is leaving his job after two decades with the company. Hunegs —
Review: Stevie Wonder's holiday concert played like an open-mike night for his pals

Review: Stevie Wonder's holiday concert played like an open-mike night for his pals

“I know we’ve got to leave in a minute, but I want to do this song with this person.” That was Stevie Wonder, almost comically indefinite, at 10:59 on Sunday night, addressing the crowd gathered at
Review: 'Momentum Generation,' a new HBO surf documentary, brought this critic to tears. More than once

Review: 'Momentum Generation,' a new HBO surf documentary, brought this critic to tears. More than once

You do not need to be interested in surfing to be excited and moved by Jeff and Michael Zimbalist's excellent, eloquent documentary "Momentum Generation," which premieres Tuesday on HBO. A surf film
Sarah Hyland of 'Modern Family' opens up about second kidney transplant

Sarah Hyland of 'Modern Family' opens up about second kidney transplant

Actress Natalie Portman and director Brady Corbet from the film "Vox Lux," photographed in the L.A. Times Photo and Video Studio at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Inside the Los Angeles Film Critics Association vote for the best movies of 2018

Inside the Los Angeles Film Critics Association vote for the best movies of 2018

Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma” has scored early plaudits from critics’ organizations, having been named the best picture of the year by the New York Film Critics Circle and the Los Angeles Film Critics
Endeavor promotes Mark Shapiro to president

Endeavor promotes Mark Shapiro to president

Endeavor has promoted Mark Shapiro to the newly created position of president, four years after he joined the Hollywood talent agency and media company from Dick Clark Productions. Shapiro will
Court TV is coming back, thanks to E.W. Scripps decision

Court TV is coming back, thanks to E.W. Scripps decision

Court TV — the outlet that first brought live gavel-to-gavel coverage of sensational legal cases into the country’s living rooms — is being revived. Cincinnati-based TV station group owner E.W.
'Americans,' 'Gianni Versace' and 'Dannemora' lead Critics' Choice Awards TV nominees

'Americans,' 'Gianni Versace' and 'Dannemora' lead Critics' Choice Awards TV nominees

The Broadcast Film Critics Assn. clearly has a thing for crime, with Monday’s announcement of the TV nominees for the 24th annual Critics’ Choice Awards revealing lots of love for shows about skirting
‘The Favourite’ and ‘Black Panther’ lead film nominees for Critics' Choice Awards

‘The Favourite’ and ‘Black Panther’ lead film nominees for Critics' Choice Awards

The Broadcast Film Critics Assn. announced its film nominees for the 24th Critics' Choice Awards on Monday, with period black comedy "The Favourite" earning 14 nominations, just ahead of box office
‘Star Trek’ series focusing on Picard character will shoot in California

‘Star Trek’ series focusing on Picard character will shoot in California

A highly anticipated new “Star Trek” series focusing on the Capt. Jean-Luc Picard character will shoot in California thanks to $15.6 million in state tax credits for the CBS All Access show. The
At 102, Olivia de Havilland won't give up her fight over 'Feud.' Will the Supreme Court hear her case?

At 102, Olivia de Havilland won't give up her fight over 'Feud.' Will the Supreme Court hear her case?

Olivia de Havilland was more than just angry when she learned how she was portrayed in last year’s FX limited series “Feud: Bette and Joan.” The Hollywood legend felt blindsided by the show.
Tired of the ‘party spiral’ of the dance scene, Juan Mendez, aka Silent Servant, has a new motto: ‘Life matters’

Tired of the ‘party spiral’ of the dance scene, Juan Mendez, aka Silent Servant, has a new motto: ‘Life matters’

A few weeks ago, when Juan Mendez returned home from a long weekend playing Berghain, Berlin’s famously decadent techno venue, the producer and DJ known as Silent Servant got back to his downtown L.A.
Monday's TV highlights: 'Pentatonix: A Not So Silent Night' on NBC

Monday's TV highlights: 'Pentatonix: A Not So Silent Night' on NBC

SERIES The Neighborhood When Malcolm (Sheaun McKinney) is robbed and won't reveal the thief, Calvin and Dave (Cedric the Entertainer, Max Greenfield) team up to crack the case of the missing sneakers
'Crazy Rich Asians,' John Cho, Manny Jacinto honored for milestone year in Asian representation

'Crazy Rich Asians,' John Cho, Manny Jacinto honored for milestone year in Asian representation

‘What a year, to say the least,” said Jon M. Chu at Saturday night’s Unforgettable Gala. This was in reference to his own life — getting married, having a baby, and directing the monstrously
Review: Ives' 'Holidays' at the L.A. Phil, but not those holidays

Review: Ives' 'Holidays' at the L.A. Phil, but not those holidays

Other than a very occasional “Messiah” or John Adams’ “El Niño,” the Los Angeles Philharmonic doesn’t do holidays. That was obstinately true Friday at a Walt Disney Concert Hall bedecked with a
Mary Gauthier taps 'Rifles & Rosary Beads' songs written with vets in McCabe's performance

Mary Gauthier taps 'Rifles & Rosary Beads' songs written with vets in McCabe's performance

Friday’s announcement of the latest round of Grammy Award nominations remind us once again that some popular music is smartly written, some of it is potently performed, meticulously arranged and
'Roma' named best picture of the year by the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn.

'Roma' named best picture of the year by the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn.

The Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. announced its 2018 winners for the best in film Sunday with top honors going to Alfonso Cuarón’s "Roma." The black-and-white film, about a middle-class Mexican
What's funny now? Three ways of looking at comedy's shifting landscape

What's funny now? Three ways of looking at comedy's shifting landscape

Comedians have never been more willing to get political at the mic. But as Roseanne Barr, Kathy Griffin and Kevin Hart know, not everything goes. In a charged climate, where is the line? And in the