Between work, your family and your social life, it's hard to remember when that new movie comes out or what time your favorite show airs. Don't worry, "Good Morning America" has your back. Here are this week's highlights for entertainment: April 22 The highly anticipated second season of
Thousands of birds flying together in Australia's skies is a sight reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds."
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The princess of Monaco died after her car plunged off a hillside road in Monte Carlo.
Nolan appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" and talks about the inspiration behind his first big non-sci-fi film.
Landau starred in the 1960s TV show "Mission: Impossible" and won an Oscar for his role in "Ed Wood."
Doris Day is celebrating another birthday today, and it turns out she's older than she thought. The original Rom-Com star of such films as "Pillow Talk" and "Move Over Darling" turns 95, a surprise even to Day, who had long linked her age to a 1924 birth date -- which would have made her 93.
The holidays are just around the corner, but it's not too late to fulfill the gift wishes of the book lovers in your life. The holidays are also the perfect time to treat yourself to a good read to take on vacation or share with loved ones. George Stephanopoulos , Michael Strahan , Lara Spencer and
ABC's Deputy Political Director Shushannah Walshe discusses pivotal moments from last night's debate.
Princess grace of Monaco Grace Kelly has died she died in a Monica hospital tonight with her husband prince rainy and her three children decider. A hospital in palace spokesmen have said only unfortunately it was true that she died of vascular and cerebral hemorrhage and the suspicion is that that