Movies, TV shows, plays, concerts, etc.
  • Entertainers - Performers and others involved in the entertainment industry
  • Films - Moving pictures representing fictional or real-life events
  • Humor - Comedy, wit, satire, sarcasm, irony, jokes, etc.
  • Magic - Sleight of hand and other illusions
  • Music - Classical, jazz, rock, etc.
  • Science Fiction - Literary fantasies based on real or imagined scientific developments
  • Television Shows - A television program usually broadcast on a regular weekly schedule


Entertainment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Entertainment is an amusement or diversion intended to hold the attention of an audience or its participants. The industry that provides entertainment is called the entertainment industry. ..."