The show’s business model relies on profits made from licensing revenue, and it’s suffering in the streaming era.
The Late Night host stirred attention this week by delivering his monologue from behind a desk—but his show is staying true to the genre’s best traditions while inventing some new ones.
The world’s most powerful celebrity is gracing the cover of Vogue with her hair looking distinctly un-pretty. That’s a pretty great thing.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens sounds like it’s going to have a fanboy for a villain, and that could be brilliant.
Reports spread this week that the English language’s most celebrated writer might have smoked marijuana, but the fuss only reveals how little is known about the Bard of Avon.
The head of FX thinks a glut of new TV shows “has created a huge challenge in finding compelling original stories.” But might what’s bad for networks ultimately be good for viewers? Atlantic writers discuss.
The actor, currently starring in a production of Hamlet in London, is trying to persuade his fans to turn off their devices while they’re watching live performances.
The world of Facebook, Twitter, and selfie sticks forces even literature's most reluctant luminaries to act like extroverts—something the late author famously resented.
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Once again, the author comes up with a fantastic fable about colliding worlds.
“What’s it like?,” Natalie said quietly. “Marriage, I mean.” Mathilde said, “Kipling called it a very long conversation.”
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A big biography looks at the author’s legacy of cool.
In her 70s, she’s as eager as ever for sex and adventure.
In a climactic season finale, the show attempted to wrap up (almost) all of its loose ends.
The dominant linebacker, who took his own life in 2012, is elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame under controversial circumstances.
Unpacking the awfulness of Josh Trank’s dull, sour reboot
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