Three Atlantic staffers discuss "Iowa," the first episode of the HBO show's fourth season.
For European stars, is Major League Soccer anything more than a long retirement party?
Cinematographer Chris Doyle discusses his new film project and his relationship with his adopted city.
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The new comedy series dodges bleakness thanks to its solid cast of affably flawed characters.
Oscar Isaac dazzles in J. C. Chandor’s gripping, understated thriller.
Season 2 gets more unflinching in its depiction of a subculture, but keeps the fully realized characters intact.
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The sixth season of Fox's former hit treads unfamiliar ground—failure for star Rachel Berry—but no one's heart seems to be in it.
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The new Sundance Channel series depicts a grim, dystopian metropolis ridden with crime and dysfunction. Oh, and it's a comedy.
A new collection of abstract ink prints depicts shameful incidents of European anti-Semitism that laid the groundwork for the Holocaust.
Elvis Presley would have turned 80 today. Letting go of him meant reckoning with part of a nation's identity.
Two Atlantic staffers evaluate the promise and potential pitfalls telegraphed in the Fox musical drama's premiere.
The network's newest original scripted series caters well to '90s obsessives but is weighed down by the conventions of the time-travel genre.
The film's teaser trailer shows none of the humor that made Guardians of the Galaxy 2014's biggest success.
The Everton manager is hugely popular thanks to a strong resume and a likeable personality, but his team is in freefall.
A costar defends Bill Cosby with an old, seductive line of thought.