|Symbol||Name||Last Close||Mkt Cap||DailyStocks'
|TV||Grupo Televisa S.A.||$18.61||$10.84B||N/A|
Two dozen film and television productions are underway in Georgia, where a new abortion law has been regarded as an attack against women in the state.
In early May, Republican Gov. Brian Kemp signed controversial HB 481, which bans abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, into law. And...
Whistleblower A husband and wife believe that a polygamist sect might be defrauding the government on a massive scale in this new episode of the documentary series. 8 p.m. CBS
Blindspot Dominic (guest star Chaske Spencer) initiates Madeline’s (guest star Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) apocalyptic...
Earvin (Magic) Johnson’s reputation did not come out totally unscathed following his resignation as Lakers prez of basketball operations; nevertheless he has positioned himself for a return to television.
While the basketball world looks at Johnson’s recent appearances on ESPN’s “First Take,” and...
The Envelope recently gathered the actors who have brought some of your favorite TV dramas to life — Jason Bateman (Netflix’s “Ozark”), Patricia Clarkson (HBO’s “Sharp Objects”), Jodie Comer (BBC America’s “Killing Eve”), Bob Odenkirk (AMC’s “Better Call Saul”), Billy Porter (FX’s “Pose”) and Lorraine...
iZombie While investigating the death of a matchmaker, Liv (Rose McIver) is determined to find the perfect match for Major (Robert Buckley). Malcolm Goodwin, David Anders and Bryce Hodgson also star in this new episode. 8 p.m. CW
Paradise Hotel The winning couple will walk away with the...
TV has finally met its match.
After decades of domination as the No. 1 entertainment means, mobile devices now reign supreme in entertainment.
A new report by eMarketer reveals that the average adult American watches eight minutes more on phones than on actual television sets.
“In 2019, U.S. adults...
“The Da Vinci Code" author Dan Brown's novels have been fodder for three hit movies, and now a book by the thriller writer is headed to the small screen.
NBC is adapting "The Lost Symbol," Brown's third novel featuring his recurring hero Robert Langdon, into a television series, Deadline reports...
The revolution is being televised after all.
On streaming platforms, a rebellion against powerful political, social and cultural forces is growing stronger than ever.