Fifteen years later, the hit reboot holds up by sheer force of happiness.
A few headline-making lawsuits in the music world remind that legal filings can double as press releases.
Matt tries to find shelter for Mary after an unexpected revelation.
Matt Berninger of The National continues his subversion of indie rock with a playful new side project.
GLAAD’s annual report shows increasing diversity in LGBT representation, but some vicious stereotypes persist.
“Sandra’s Smile” is a powerful statement of weariness.
‘Hello’ confirms it: She’s unstoppable.
We need to talk about Kevin.
Drake, dancing, devours the Internet.
The joy and power of the rapper’s Kennedy Center show
A discussion about the new Star Wars trailer’s throwback imagery, its seemingly chaotic worldview, and the surprising neo-conservative approval for the Galactic Empire
Who's in the hood? Where's Luke? What's Han talking about?
New albums from Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez use the same machine to different ends.
The third episode of the second season focused on Laurie and Tommy, now engaged in an effort to bring down the Guilty Remnant.
How does someone navigate life when they’re so famous their face is a family-friendly fall adventure?
That’s what NPR’s music critic Ann Powers proposed on Twitter today, an idea that dovetails with what I wrote yesterday…
Conde Nast says it bought the eclectic music-reviews site for its "Millennial males." What?
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.