Jerry Harris, Star Of Netflix Series 'Cheer,' Charged With Producing Child PornJerry Harris, star of the Netflix series “Cheer,” was charged in federal court here with producing child pornography, CBS 2 has confirmed.
'Cheer' Star, Naperville Resident Jerry Harris Reportedly Investigated On Claims Of Trying To Solicit Sex With MinorsLocal “Cheer” champion Jerry Harris was reportedly under investigation Monday night on suspicion of trying to solicit sex with minors.
What Companies Benefit From Coronavirus?Amazon and Netflix continue to do well as coronavirus isolates people in their homes, but many other companies have benefited or may soon.
Obama's Production Company Scores First Oscar NominationMichelle Obama added in her own post: "What Julia and Steve capture on film is at times painful, at times exhilarating, but always thoughtful and always real -- exactly the kind of story Barack and I wanted to lift up with Higher Ground Productions."
Beyond Netflix: A Look At Offerings From New StreamersWith discounts and other incentives, consumers can sample them all to figure out which ones to keep.
Netflix's US Subscriber Growth Slowing As Competition LoomsThe big question now is whether some of Netflix's existing subscribers will decide to cancel its service and defect to cheaper alternatives that Apple and Disney will launch within the next month.
Beyoncé Drops Surprise New Album, Netflix DocumentaryIn "Homecoming," Beyoncé shares her desire to be with her growing family, even as she worked diligently to give her audience the show that had been delayed a year because of her pregnancy.
Netflix Adds 9.6M Subscribers In 1Q As Competition Heats UpIt's the most subscribers that Netflix has gained during any three-month stretch since the Los Gatos, California, company unveiled its streaming service 12 years ago.
Comedian Hannah Gadsby Plots New US Tour With Stop In ChicagoThe Australian comedian will bring her show "Douglas" to the Chicago Theatre on June 16.
Apple Expected To Announce Long-Awaited Video ServiceApple is expected to announce Monday that it's launching a video service that could compete with Netflix, Amazon and cable TV itself.
David Letterman: I Stayed On Network TV For Too LongThe 71-year-old Letterman, still in his bushy post-retirement beard, said that you want to make sure you have enough energy for other things in life and, while his talk show was on, he didn't.