Throughout season three, the Netflix show has fashioned an unmistakeable philosophical thesis: All humankind is fundamentally flawed, but kindness can save us.
The second episode of the new season was a slow burner with a dramatic twist.
TV has convinced America that same-sex couples can be just like straight ones. What’s next?
AMC’s new show goes beyond the obvious questions about what happens when robots can think like people.
The new USA Network show features a hacker who hopes to upend capitalism while prying into the online lives of those around him.
The pitch-black HBO crime drama returns with a new location, and a host of new emotionally tortured characters.
The True Detective player got his start in Hollywood as a bland marquee idol, but it took a career crash and a series of flops for him to truly come into his own.
The CBS show is selling 19th-century entertainment that exploits poverty to 21st-century American viewers.
To some extent, the HBO show is adapting the themes of the novels, but it’s also deliberately added instances of rape and torture on a number of occasions.
In 1977, companies building PCs had to try to convince the American public that this confusing new technology was missing from their lives.
Throughout season two, the HBO comedy has wrung laughs from misplaced idealism in the startup world.
With Piper demoted to a supporting role for Season 3, the show can go anywhere.
The genre dates back to Edgar Allan Poe, but social media and a lack of public faith in criminal justice have changed the stakes for modern stories like The Jinx and Serial.
Our roundtable discusses “The Dance of Dragons,” the ninth episode of the fifth season.
The musical adaptation of Alison Bechdel’s memoir won big while women took trophies in every major category.
The new Netflix show from The Matrix’s creators chronicles eight interconnected lives, tediously.
In an interview with Fox News, the 19 Kids and Counting stars defended their son—and insisted that their experience is a common one.
Darrell Hammond, the longtime Saturday Night Live cast member and interpreter of everyone from Bill Clinton to Colonel Sanders, explains how it’s done.
The woman once known as Bruce Jenner is embracing her role as a public figure. But it’s impossible to forget that hers is a personal struggle, too.
Our roundtable discusses “Hardhome,” the eighth episode of the fifth season.