Article about Entertaiment
Something affording pleasure, diversion, or amusement: Solving the crossword puzzle is a form of entertainment for many people.
Anything that entertains, or the act of entertaining: a performance, a party, a movie. The word comes from the Latin intertenere, a combination of the prefix in- (inside) and tenere (to hold), meaning to keep inside or entertain: to make merry.
According to Bates and Ferri (2010), entertainment is an objective activity that involves communication between text and audience, requires an external stimulus for existence, satisfies a desire for pleasure, and occurs in a passive form. The opposite of entertainment is boredom.