TV viewership has largely been on the decline as awards shows and other major events have gone virtual amid the pandemic.
“Ginny and Georgia” star Antonia Gentry on the Netflix mother-daughter drama’s most poignant moments and how it helped her grow.
Going on a year of pandemic coverage, WWD spoke to Brennan about the future of her show, what she sees coming for the Biden White House and more.
This awards season’s hit TV shows produced some of the most memorable style moments during the pandemic.
The Australian actress stars in Edward Burns’ miniseries, which premiered in late January.
The six-part series, “Mary McCartney Serves It Up,” is available on discovery+.
Designers from Markarian, Cinq à Sept, LoveShackFancy and more on the feminine, ethereal looks they’d pick for the popular British period drama.
Designers from LoveShackFancy, Markarian, Cinq à Sept, Badgley Mischka and more choose ethereal looks from their recent collections for the cast of “Bridgerton.”
The longtime broadcast reporter and anchor started at NBC in Los Angeles in the late 1960s.
The “Celebrating America” primetime inauguration special will be hosted by Tom Hanks.
Nearly 20 years since the show concluded, “Sex and the City” is still considered one of the most fashionable TV shows of all time.
One part “Crazy Rich Asians,” one part “The Real Housewives,” the show follows uber-wealthy Asians living in L.A. and arrives when fashion is looking to Asian consumers as a luxury superpower during the pandemic.