Why do reality television’s most popular stars so uncannily resemble the heroines of the 19th-century writer’s work?
Jessica Chastain stars in John Madden’s chilly drama about a feared lobbyist’s fight for gun control.
NBC’s third televised musical event offered goofy charm, a nebulous message of inclusivity, and a handful of spectacular moments.
Hulu’s new drama, starring Jeffrey Donovan as a con man whose head injury appears to give him real visions, is a stylish and overly complicated property.
The 31-year-old artist’s installations create order from the detritus of modern life.
In “Midnight in America,” the conceptual artist uses language and abstraction to consider history’s “different sense of possibility.”
In celebrating actresses shot without makeup, the artistic institution is jumping on a bandwagon rather than taking a brave stand.
The new SyFy show, produced by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, is set in a dystopian future U.S. ravaged by climate change and ruled by multinationals.
The actress and former Church devotee takes aim at its practices in a new eight-part series on A&E.
A new production of the 1970 Stephen Sondheim musical switches the gender of its main character from male to female, making an old show sharply relevant.
Eight Flavors, the new book by Sarah Lohman, is an absorbing history of food culture in the U.S., and of the people who contributed to it.
Since the candidate first began climbing in the polls more than a year ago, writers have imagined what his presidency might look like.
In season three, the Netflix show continued to raise questions about misogyny, madness, and obsession. Then it forgot to answer them.
Kim Snyder’s documentary examines how a community can even begin to recover in the wake of unspeakable tragedy.
The British composer describes how he creates scores for film and television projects like The Leftovers, Black Mirror, and Morgan.
The new Amazon series about a landmark 1970 workplace-equality lawsuit puts a sharp focus on the stunted progress of the last five decades.
The fifth episode of the new season features American soldiers fighting mysterious mutants.
The third episode of the new season is one of the most disturbing of the series.
Starring Bryce Dallas Howard, the episode is set in a world where everyone is ranked out of five.
This adaptation of a hit 2015 thriller veers right off track.
A new Netflix documentary unpacks how a 20-year-old college student from Seattle got painted as a twisted, sexually deviant murderer.