What happens when the big game’s primary cultural spectacles get translated into emoji?
Spike Lee’s new film Michael Jackson's Journey From Motown to Off The Wall spotlights the same sort of work ethic that drove Earth, Wind & Fire’s success.
The miniseries delves into the story of history’s biggest Ponzi scheme, but doesn’t justify its four-hour length.
NBC’s new 10-episode event series, co-produced with the British TV company Sky, explores the days leading up to the end of the world.
Whitney Cummings’s new HBO special, I’m Your Girlfriend, often sounds like a TED Talk. It’s in good company.
Chelsea Handler’s new four-part Netflix series can’t decide what to do with its biggest asset.
The SyFy adaptation of Lev Grossman's trilogy aims to be a grown-up version of Harry Potter.
From frumpy, high-’90s blazers to sleek, modern pencil skirts, the clothing The X-Files’ doctor chose for herself reflected her character—and the era she lived in.
The legendary director will be back on television next year, returning to a genre he helped transform.
The seminal sci-fi classic is as patchy as ever, but proves it can still be brilliant television.
The BBC miniseries starring Ben Whishaw is gorgeous, terrifying, insightful, and way too slow.
The perky sitcom, now entering its second season on TV Land, embodies the current confusion about what it means to be an adult.
A new CBS series will have an actress of color play a grown-up version of the beloved teenage sleuth.
Ricky Gervais doesn’t understand why people are peeved at him. It’s pretty simple, though.
At the Golden Globes on Sunday, a feather-ruffling host and some expletive-laden speeches elevated an awards-show standby.
The Revenant and The Martian were the big winners at a cacophonous ceremony hosted by a grimly unfunny Ricky Gervais.
MTV’s new show offers a reminder that stories about other worlds need to feel at least somewhat new.
Superstore is one of a handful of sitcoms offering something just as valuable as artistry: easy, uncomplicated escapism.
Discovery’s new true-crime series looks and feels a lot like fiction—for better and for worse.
He won’t finish his new A Song of Ice and Fire book before Game of Thrones airs its next season—just as readers have long feared.