Audiences were promised King Lear and Def Jam, not Suge Knight's Mystic River. So why are we getting more of the latter?
Just two episodes in, late night's newest host is deftly finding humor in darker topics.
In the late 1700s, trend-setters helped normalize the distrusted process of inoculation. Today, a similar movement could encourage parents to vaccinate their kids.
What the classic comic's lack of continuity says about the increasingly serialized nature of storytelling
An artist transformed Nintendo's infamous controller into a wearable, programmable Bluetooth keyboard.
Even an actor who helped break down barriers for gay characters on television can still be grossed out by them.
The wacky questions posed to the cast and crew of the new ABC show at the Television Critics' Assocation underscored the painful degree to which American television needs it.
Until last week, The Sun, Britain's most-read newspaper, featured daily pictures of topless women. The tradition's demise is worth celebrating.
The show is out of Arkham Asylum and back to its inert mob war, still desperately in need of a change in pace.
Some things belong in a museum. But at the Smithsonian's recently reopened museum of design, a team has been rethinking what a thing is in the first place.
The band's first album in nearly a decade, No Cities to Love, furiously preaches a message about contentment.
For the first time since the late-1960s, the U.S. is seeing the revival and redefinition of "movement music."
Tony Verna, who died Sunday, achieved little recognition for an invention that changed sports history.
For more than a decade the actor has seemed reluctant to play an actual human being, but his shtick is starting to feel like parody.
For all its failings, the fifth season's third episode gave the indomitable Violet her very own Doctor Zhivago.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss "Triggering," the second episode of the HBO show's fourth season.
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