The show, lacking an obvious villain, has turned to making fun of its (women’s) tears.
Samira Wiley joins the third season of the FXX sitcom, which explores the challenge—and humor—of managing depression.
The meaning of HBO’s hypnotic miniseries lay in its characters’ eyes.
The performer, known for his roles in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Young Frankenstein, died at age 83.
In an era of big-budget franchises, why isn’t Hollywood making more inexpensive, yet highly profitable, horror movies?
The 2016 VMAs gave over long stretches of airtime for pop culture’s 1 percent to flaunt their power—and politics.
Marketing ditties once had a distinctive, hokey sound, but today’s advertisers have ditched them for standard pop songs.
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Her ninth album, Glory, puts pop’s sex obsession in a new, fluffier context.
Richard Tanne’s recounting of Barack and Michelle Obama’s first date will appeal most to those who already miss America’s current president.
On The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, the vice presidential candidate hinted at a culture that’s rethinking family—and masculinity.
The New Orleans Bounce music legend has been caught in the crosshairs of the city’s complicated housing policies.
The USA show does surprisingly well—thanks to a terrific supporting cast and a break from questions about reality and sanity.
All Stars 2 giddily celebrates the golden age of a brilliantly silly show.
The ability to personally label new discoveries is the much-hyped game’s biggest, simplest delight.
No. But if he joins the new cast, he won’t be the first chastened celebrity to seek forgiveness via the foxtrot.
Both—and the confusion over Frank Ocean’s album title is sign of a wider rebellion from the artist-against-music-industry conventions.
Competition shows used to revolve around simmering sadism. Recently, though, they’ve gotten noticeably nicer.
Entering its third season, the ’80s-set AMC show portrays the tech world with nuanced, character-driven narratives that its rivals lack.