NBC’s third televised musical event offered goofy charm, a nebulous message of inclusivity, and a handful of spectacular moments.
The HBO drama’s newly released soundtrack is a memory-teasing good time.
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.
It was, for a long time, studiously ignored. Now, though, the bathroom—yes, the humble bathroom—is taking center stage.
The HBO drama’s finale hinted at a dark, meta message.
SNL parodied the president-elect’s impulsive tweeting last weekend, and he responded by tweeting about it.
Comedy-drama series like Fleabag and Transparent show how vulnerability is as important as unlikeability and strength when it comes to portraying fictional women.
Mackenzie Davis on why her new film’s portrayal of complex friendships between women feels so authentic
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.
The beloved family dramedy returns with a Netflix mini-series that’s self-aware enough to succeed.
The FX show’s largely hopeful third season saw all its characters try to become better people—often by ironically putting themselves first.
Kate McKinnon’s performance, and her post-election pledge not to give up, stood out—but so did the absence of Alec Baldwin from the show.
The SundanceTV drama Rectify offers the most nuanced portrayal of a subject that’s too often carelessly sensationalized on television.
They wanted to see tears. She didn’t provide them, but that didn’t make much difference.
In season three, the Netflix show continued to raise questions about misogyny, madness, and obsession. Then it forgot to answer them.
As Americans ask ever more of their celebrities, let-down is being woven into the fabric of fan culture.
A conversation with The Daily Show host about his first cycle of American politics
The FX series’ season finale underlined the depths of Earn’s desperation—and gave some hope that his efforts might pay off.
Indignant, yes, his appearance on the Late Show With Stephen Colbert suggested. But the disgraced star’s apology tour has been, overall, strikingly lacking in actual apologies.