FOX 11 In Depth: Flu season, Oscars and A cappella

This week's In Depth episode looks at the Oscars, this horrible flu season and a SoCal barbershop quartet!


Who are your Oscar picks?'s Steve Pond thinks Gary Oldman and Frances McDormand will take home Best Actor & Actress Oscars and is leaning toward Shape of Water for Best Picture. But, what about all of the controversies this year from "Me Too" to the three billboards in Hollywood? Pond shares his thoughts.


As colder weather moves in people tend to huddle more and that can lead to an increase in flu cases. This has been a horrible and deadly year for the flu. What do you need to know? We ask Doctors Jennifer Sudarsky (Santa Monica Urgent Care) and Suman Radhakrishna (Director of Infection Prevention at Dignity Health California Hospital) to share their thoughts into the flu of 2017-2018.


As the members of the Bill'sBari Pie barbershop quartet and the women of the RiverOaks Chorus sing you can hear their fine tuned voices. They're not professional performers, but like many in the San Fernando Valley who love to sing like Diane Brown, Bill Cohen, Juli Liu and Kirk Prather they love the time they spend together making beautiful music. They're also looking for younger singers to join their ranks after all there has been a resurgence in the popularity in a cappella music thanks to show like Glee and movies like Pitch Perfect.

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