The Garveys settle in Miracle, but Kevin can’t shake a nagging voice in his head.
Get ready for nostalgia whether or not the reunion rumors are true.
Though it had more gross-out moments than ever, the fifth premiere hinted at a return to the best parts of the first season.
Why the rapper-slash-pop-star shut down a New York Times Magazine writer who suggested she loves to squabble
The HBO show starts fresh in a town that survived the Departure.
Her first album in seven years is a moving, self-aware plea for a better world.
Lorde joins the ranks of pop singers joyfully and brutally sidestepping tropes about victimhood.
Attempting to pull up a soundtrack for my morning commute, Apple Music today greeted me with a message inviting me…
An ABC Family sitcom may continue the pop star’s humanization campaign.
Justin Bieber issues some rules for modern-day autograph seekers.
Two bands once pegged as derivative ended up being much-imitated. What do they do next?
“Writing's on the Wall” subverts the lavish virility of the 007 franchise to offer an emotional appeal to the heart.
In the world of Roland Emmerich’s ahistorical drama, LGBT liberation was not merely started by a “straight-acting” white man—it could only have been started by one.
When Taylor Swift lusts after a guy with “that James Dean daydream look” and brags about her “red-lip classic thing…
The new season opens with a rally against mass incarceration—held on false pretenses.
He’s made the songs new, but also highlighted what’s so good about the originals.
Ryan Murphy’s star-studded horror comedy is watchable only when it’s disgusting.
Fox’s new show, set after the movie and short story of the same name, has the potential to explore thorny issues around criminal justice—but probably won’t.
In my mind, I see a line. And over that line, I see green fields and lovely flowers and…
FX president John Landgraf’s recent big claim that, with more than 400 original scripted TV shows in production for 2015…