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  • Indian court denies bail to Bollywood superstar's son

    NEW DELHI (AP) — An Indian magistrate on Friday rejected the release on bail of Bollywood megastar Shah Rukh Khan’s son, who was arrested this week in a drug raid on a luxury cruise ship, as the state narcotics agency expressed fear that he could tamper with evidence and influence witnesses.
  • Q&A: Charlamagne talks new late-night show, biggest regret

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Charlamagne tha God has made a living on radio calling out popular figures like Kanye West and Floyd Mayweather Jr., but now he’s taking his talents to a new late-night talk show to focus on political and social issues.
  • William Shatner's sci-fi franchise 'TekWar' to be resurrected as animated series

    TORONTO - William Shatner's Canadian science-fiction franchise "TekWar" is being redeveloped for television as an animated series for adults.
  • Actor Michael K. Williams, Omar on 'The Wire,' dead at 54

    NEW YORK (AP) — Actor Michael K. Williams, who as the rogue robber of drug dealers Omar Little on “The Wire” created one of the most beloved and enduring characters in a prime era of television, died Monday.
  • TV show 'Johnson' takes glimpse into Black male perspective

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Deji LaRay remembered when television shows like “Sex in the City” and “Insecure” captured the essence of friendships among women, but then realized there was hardly any male-driven stories being told in the same manner.
  • LA’s Union Station books another starring role: The Oscars

    The Oscars are headed to downtown Los Angeles' Union Station this year for the first time, but the historic site and active transportation hub is already a movie star.
  • ‘Virginia Woolf,’ ‘Goldbergs’ star George Segal dies at 87

    LOS ANGELES - George Segal, the banjo player turned actor who was nominated for an Oscar for 1966's “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and worked into his late 80s on the ABC sitcom “The Goldbergs,” died Tuesday in Santa Rosa, California, his wife said.
  • Hal Holbrook, prolific actor who played Twain, dies at 95

    NEW YORK - Hal Holbrook, the award-winning character actor who toured the world for more than 50 years as Mark Twain in a one-man show and uttered the immortal advice “Follow the money” in the classic political thriller “All the President’s Men,” has died. He was 95.
  • Phil Spector, famed music producer and murderer, dies at 81

    LOS ANGELES - Phil Spector, the eccentric and revolutionary music producer who transformed rock music with his “Wall of Sound” method and who later was convicted of murder, has died. He was 81.
  • New this week: Lady Gaga, 'Space Force,' Ghibli films on HBO

    Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.

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