The former SNL actress was on the wrong side of the press and public just a few years ago. Now, she's being hailed as the best thing about NBC's new sitcom.
"Out of the Woods" at first sounds like the work of a new artist. Then you listen to the lyrics.
A conversation with Dan Mintz, the comic who plays Tina on Bob's Burgers and writes for Nathan for You and Mulaney
Twenty years ago, Pulp Fiction unapologetically sampled and remixed film history. So why did it feel so original?
Laura Poitras's new documentary captures the moment when Edward Snowden told the world that the NSA was watching.
Once a critical darling, the Men, Women & Children director appears to be on the disastrous M. Night Shyamalan trajectory. The problem? Hubris.
TV deserves a better female antihero.
Highlights from seven days of reading about entertainment
The beginning of the week is the best time of the week for heavy, quality drama thanks to economics, viewer psychology, and the "conversation cycle."
All the major surveys disagree. Maybe it's a secret.
The secret ingredient of Robin Williams’s greatest role: grief
During Kansas City's playoff run, social media has only heightened the gloriously irrational, neurotic nature of baseball fandom.
Desert Golfing is just you, a ball, and an eternity of sand. It's not exactly fun. It may also be the best smartphone game in a long time.
Nintendo's mascot melee series Super Smash Bros. just released its first handheld version. Playing it makes you feel lonely.
Gone Girl, Inherent Vice, and Birdman may have their presence felt throughout awards season.
The halftime performance is about images, not music, which means Perry should do just fine.
Director Jason Reitman's latest film is pinched, preachy, and pretentious.
American Horror Story: Freak Show caps off centuries of suspicion towards Bozo & co.
The Premier League may add a week of global touring to its teams' schedules, but doing so could alienate fans at home and exhaust star players.
Green Day's nomination means that the eligibility period has reached a new era, and it's another generation's turn to feel old.