Three Atlantic staffers discuss “Home,” the second episode of the sixth season.
The HBO show’s sixth-season premiere taps into a longstanding (and sexist) trope: anxieties about women being something other than they seem.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “The Red Woman,” the first episode of the sixth season.
The long-running cartoon’s representation of Judaism was one of the first on television.
Now that the HBO blockbuster series has caught up with the George R. R. Martin books on which it’s based, all bets are off.
Beautiful camerawork and ever-deepening characters do not excuse the repetitive storytelling of the Breaking Bad prequel’s second season.
The excellent fifth season of the show was about reconciling the person you’ve become with who you want to be.
Twenty-five years after Anita Hill testified to the Senate Justice Committee that Clarence Thomas had sexually harassed her, entertainment seems to be reckoning with injustice.
Future seasons may be shorter—and that’s a good thing.
It opens on a very funny, very vulgar bedroom fight with a twist.
The AMC show’s second season is a gripping naval adventure—and it’s proof that the spinoff has far surpassed the original.
The Starz drama is a chilly, fascinating portrait of a law student who doubles as a high-class escort.
The Fox talent show, ending with its series finale tonight, offered rare glimpses of humanity in primetime entertainment.
As expected, the inevitable showdown with the Saviors arrived.
You want him on that fourth wall. You need him on that fourth wall.
The CBS host has tapped into YouTube to reach a younger audience—an approach favored by the new talk-show generation.
After the legal battle the wrestler won against the media site over a sex tape, both sides took to The View to try to win the PR war.
As the season approaches its conclusion, the FX drama added to its gloriously complicated portrayal of the case by focusing on the jury.
With Palin’s next role—“TV judge”—the line between politics and reality TV has become murkier than ever.
What information, if anything, does a trans woman owe a straight man? A Horace and Pete scene about that subject was dubbed “problematic” due solely to the identity of its writer.