Broadway remains shut down and the Tony awards are postponed. But tonight, we can celebrate the best of theatre, in a virtual way...


The Obie Awards on YouTube

Although we cannot be together physically, watch as the best in this season of Off- and Off-Off Broadway theatre are honored.

The 65th Obie Awards will be hosted by Cole Escola with special appearances by Cynthia Erivo, LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Heidi Schreck, Katrina Lenk, Dominique Morisseau, Rachel Chavkin, Liesl Tommy, Emilio Sosa, Clint Ramos, Eisa Davis, Sam Pinkleton, Rachel Hauck, Heather Hitchens, and more.

Showbiz Kids on HBO

Showbiz Kids exposing the reality of life for a young actor. Former child stars like Mara Wilson, Will Wheaton and the late Cameron Boyce, sharing the sometimes ugly truth of what it's like to be famous at a young age.

The documentary debuts tonight on HBO.

The Business of Drugs on Netflix

To understand the origins and true impact of the business of drugs, a former CIA analyst investigates the economics of six illicit substances. The new series is streaming now on Netflix.

Hot Ones: The Game Show on truTV

This half-hour game show is based on the hugely popular Hot Ones web series created by Complex Networks' First We Feast.

In each episode, host Sean Evans welcomes fans into the "Pepperdome" to compete against one another by answering trivia questions and eating increasing mouth-scorching hot wings for $25,000 and the chance to become Hot Ones legends.

New episodes debut tonight on truTV.

Body Cam on DVD Blu-Ray and Digital Rental

The Mary J. Blige thriller is now available to rent or own on DVD.

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The annual American Music Awards were last night, and we've got you covered in case you missed it. The heavily anticipated music award show was hosted this year by Taraji P. Henson, who did a phenomenal job even with a cardboard cutout audience rather than a real one due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are all the highlights of the night:

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Thirty-seven year-old Patrick Quinn has been fighting the disease in many ways. The co-founder of the Ice Bucket Challenge which raised over 220 million dollars for ALS research has now lost his own fight with the illness.

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