The star Daily Show correspondent is moving on to make her own scripted comedy, and her gain is the show’s huge loss.
The Late Night host discusses the pleasures of satirizing the presumptive GOP nominee and the rise of topical humor on his show.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “The Winds of Winter,” the tenth and final episode of the sixth season.
Roland Emmerich’s sequel to his monumental 1996 disaster movie is a lifeless, low-stakes embarrassment to the genre.
Bill Simmons kept things surprisingly cool in the first episode of his new HBO talk show.
The director Zack Snyder is making changes to his next superhero film after the overwhelmingly negative reaction to Batman v Superman.
The actor and director’s cynical accounting of the blockbuster that launched him to fame sheds surprising light on the Hollywood machine.
The zany film seems to exist only to unite Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson onscreen, but there are worse reasons to make a movie.
ESPN’s stunning eight-hour series somehow manages to break new ground in the oft-told case of the O.J. Simpson murder trial.
Larry David’s stint on Saturday Night Live as Bernie Sanders only helped crystallize the importance of his HBO series.
The Full Frontal host’s furious monologue on the massacre in Florida underscores her ascendency as the best political voice on late-night television.
Hamilton swept the board, but the ceremony itself was a delightful celebration of theater that came at exactly the right moment.
Duncan Jones’s big-budget video-game adaptation takes orcs and humans and magic—and smashes them into a CGI-laden mess.
The former Late Show host thinks his successor should have been a woman, but he hasn’t always been such an outspoken cheerleader for equality.
As the doldrums arrive, Netflix and its ilk are debuting a slew of big shows, alongside hard-hitting cable miniseries and returning hits like Mr. Robot.
This year, the show spent most of its time on Elizabeth and Philip’s growing realization that they can’t outrun their own monstrous acts. ‘
The glut of sequels, remakes, and reboots isn’t going anywhere—but there are plenty of gems in the upcoming 2016 season.
The makeup of the male-dominated industry is changing as female stand-ups find more paths to visibility via alternative means.
The first film from Saturday Night Live’s Lonely Island trio gently mocks the fame of popstars like Justin Bieber.
NBC’s latest effort to resurrect a classic TV format feels, at best, like reheated Saturday Night Live leftovers.