Like other clever, well constructed series before it, the meta sitcom wasn't built for the long haul
That's the only question fans of the Nintendo series are asking as the 25th-anniversary version comes out
Viewers loved his destructive, womanizing "Two and a Half Men" character—until they realized it wasn't an act
The films have embraced the dark melodrama that the novels only dabbled in
In 2011, Dave Thier praised the Harry Potter films for embracing the darkness more than the books. As the Harry Potter franchise grows with a play and three additional e-books, does that still hold true?
Understanding why the show is so deeply boring
No matter the occasion, the proper thing to do in New Orleans is throw a party—even if you're using gluttony to forget an oil spill
The documentary starring Robert F. Kennedy Jr. targets destructive mining practices, but the greater enemy is American apathy
With Steve Carell's last episode about to air, an accounting of what makes his version of the show superior
The FX show is set in mining country, but the issues surrounding coal have only started appearing in the second season
A trio of previously unperformed plays premiered this weekend at Williams' centennial. One of them offers new insight into his classic The Glass Menagerie.
You can be Nick Carraway in a newly surfaced version of the Fitzgerald classic. But this isn't the first time a book has inspired a game.
How closely does the show's depiction of local governments' budget woes mirror reality?
Farmville has turned millions of gamers into virtual small-scale farmers—and it pressures them to embrace Big Agriculture
A look at the new game, which tries to bring back the character's mischievous, clever, and resourceful side
The demonized drink is about to lose its caffeine—so our writer bought a can and tried to pinpoint why young people love it
The downside of Apple's announcement: the band's albums will be reduced to singles
Southern Louisiana looks fine, and the seafood is safe to eat, but shrimpers and oystermen remain threatened
The game inspired controversy for originally allowing players to assume the identity of the Taliban. But the altered version is problematic for its own reasons.
Unlike its peer Spike TV, the network offers realistic, appealing portraits of masculinity