A continuation of Valve’s acclaimed sci-fi series has been promised for 10 years, but seems no closer to fruition.
The show had some bright spots—such as Larry David’s work as Bernie Sanders—but it largely failed to capture the zeitgeist in the year of Trump.
AMC’s new series is a ridiculous, ultra-violent thrill ride that only works because its tongue is planted firmly in cheek.
Maria Bamford’s autobiographical series on Netflix manages to break the fourth wall in new and unusual ways.
The follow-up to Seth Rogen and Zac Efron’s 2014 frat comedy has some smart things to say about gender roles.
A subset of fans are protesting the new movie ahead of its July release—with many speciously insisting their complaints have nothing to do with its female leads.
Reboots, spinoffs, and sequels dominate the small screen next season, as the likes of CBS and NBC try to stay ahead of their streaming rivals.
Jodie Foster’s new film wastes an impressive cast on a flimsy drama that can’t find its mark.
The comedian’s new Netflix show has a ‘near-live’ recording schedule and an eclectic mix of guests.
The new chapter of the sixth book in the sprawling A Song of Ice and Fire series shows how much the TV adaptation has diverged from the novels.
Pop culture—and even the White House itself—seems to be longing for the return of the fictional administration from The West Wing, a decade after the show ended.
Four Atlantic writers discuss the newest installment in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe.
Luca Guadagnino’s new film sees Tilda Swinton caught in the middle of two men’s affections, while a weightier crisis plays out in the background.
By handcuffing a new series to its online-only service, the network is trying to catch the next wave of the television industry.
The “surprise” return of a major character in the HBO show’s sixth season won’t hurt the future of small-screen storytelling.
The third season of the HBO satire has shown, in scathing detail, the perils of triumph in the tech industry.
The first feature-length film from the Comedy Central stars isn’t their most original work, but it’s an intermittently sharp Hollywood spoof.
Garry Marshall's patronizing 'holiday anthology' film boasts a star-studded ensemble, but its characters seem barely human.
The composer Jeff Richmond, who worked with his wife Tina Fey on SNL and 30 Rock, created an elaborate series of song parodies for the Netflix show’s second season.
The Golden State Warriors were on course for a historic finals streak, but their star player’s minor knee sprain may have doomed their run.