Two months after President Obama announced plans to restore diplomatic ties, an MLB official mentioned the possibility of holding spring-training games in Cuba.
Will Forte's one-man show is encouragingly avant-garde for a network sitcom, although it's hard not to wonder how long it can sustain its premise.
A new Showtime documentary offers a focused profile of the Lakers star.
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The Star Trek actor and Renaissance man died Friday at the age of 83.
Yes, it's a fun caper movie. But please stop making films like this.
The burger's demise won’t be marked by a declaration in a quarterly report, but by a collective appreciation for the comfort it offered America.
A continuously updated account of watching the new installments of Netflix's political drama
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The drama, which sees a British soldier stuck behind enemy lines during the chaos of 1971 Belfast, lacks the moral complexity it strives for.
For plugged-in, religious Millennials, stylishness and faith have never been more compatible.
"Connection Lost" didn't feel like an ad for Apple—because it wasn't one. Other corporations could learn from the MacBook and iPhone-filmed episode.
WE tv’s new series and The Great British Baking Show might have more in common than where they came from.
A new exhibit celebrates Paul Rand, a pioneer who re-envisioned the look of megacompanies with whimsical, colorful logos and illustrations.
The most recent episode delved into Philip's harrowing past, while Elizabeth committed the show's most shocking murder to date.
The NBA player Larry Sanders is taking a break to explore his "purpose in life." That's very unusual.
Last season wasn't good. Lady Gaga's involvement doesn't mean the next one will be. But anticipation is baked into the very format of this insane show.
And rightfully so: From start to finish, the show's protagonist was its beating heart.
For 30 years the network had the most powerful brand in TV humor, but it no longer seems interested in original, intelligent programming.
Once upon a time, the coffee chain represented hope that record-buying could remain a physical experience for most people. What happens when it stops selling CDs?