In all six nations the company examined, a boy wizard leads the way.
The actor who played Sex and the City's Mr. Big has joined an old, ugly tradition: slut shaming.
They grew up in the same era and, despite some obvious differences, have some surprising parallels.
Ernest Hemingway's matter-of-fact style taught author Vikram Chandra to find sublime in the ordinary, and depth in deceptively flat prose.
Cable TV has the money. Internet TV has the momentum. HBO thinks it can have both.
Idina Menzel is confused that her Christmas album is out before before Halloween—but the early release is actually a good thing for her, and for the public.
The active voice isn’t always the best choice.
Who is the most underrated politician in history?
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It's how familiar it all is.
Fewer minutes make for a more interesting game. Right?
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.
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