With a court-appointed guardian in charge of her finances, the former talk show host has practically no autonomy. Here's what guardianships do — and how it impacts Williams.
Carrie Preston revives her eccentric Good Wife character in a new CBS series featuring delightful guest stars and clever mysteries that are resolved at the end of each episode.
Lewis was an acclaimed comedian known for exploring his neuroses in frantic, stream-of-consciousness diatribes while dressed in all-black, leading to his nickname "The Prince of Pain."
The text-to-video model Sora stunned observers with its cinematic video outputs. NPR's Michel Martin talks to Alex Weprin of The Hollywood Reporter about why the entertainment industry is nervous.
In 1980, NBC's Shōgun miniseries told the story of an English sea pilot's adventures in Japan in the year 1600. Now, FX's remake is even more thought-provoking and stunning than the original.
Philipps plays Mrs. George, a "cool mom" seeking the approval of her teen daughter in the new movie musical version of the 2004 film. Philipps got her start as a teen on the series Freaks and Geeks.
Danai Gurira and Andrew Lincoln are back as Michonne and Rick Grimes in the new spinoff. But will a new audience show up for a franchise that is nearly 14 years old?
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks with comedian Susie Essman about the 12th and final season of the hit show.