The boisterous Amazon Prime series from Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney ended with a finale that honored the love and grief of its protagonists and creators alike.
The Good Fight, featuring the actor as the feminist lawyer Diane Lockhart, is responding to the Trump presidency by leaning way, way in.
Media coverage of the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 framed a horrifying accident in appallingly familiar ways.
The musician’s first studio project since A Seat at the Table emphasizes the revelatory power of repetition.
The former talk-show host’s interview focused on connecting the stories of Michael Jackson’s accusers to experiences shared by many beyond the star’s orbit.
The 12 Years a Slave actor on writing and directing his first feature film, about a Malawian boy’s innovation in the face of famine: “There is no generic African space.”
The Marvel juggernaut took away two awards early in the ceremony—for costume design and production design—marking the first time black artists won in either category.
A new Smithsonian Channel film positions the guidebook for black travelers as a necessary response to white-supremacist violence—and as a community-building tool.
The Moonlight alum on his new Steven Soderbergh–directed NBA labor drama, sports as a vehicle for connection, and the parallels between athletics and Hollywood
In his acceptance speech for Best Rap Song, the musician adopted a surprisingly critical tone that echoed industry-wide whispers of the Recording Academy’s obsolescence.
The new double episode on Netflix brings both genuine heart and warmhearted raunch to the classic holiday.
The callous response to the rapper’s detainment by ICE shows how easily the rhetoric of law-enforcement agencies can influence public opinion.
Allegations against R. Kelly, Harvey Weinstein, and Michael Jackson have spawned film projects—some more delicately crafted than others.
The Man Booker finalist’s second book explores the transcontinental sacrifices made for love. It’s also an acute narrative about the indignities of traveling as an outsider.
The president’s stated purpose was to keep terrorists out, but his plan has all kinds of problems.
A new documentary puts years of abuse allegations into sharp focus.
The senator’s new book shows the difficulty of translating short-form virality into a substantive text.
The ceremony’s co-host, who also picked up a trophy, embodied the best of the evening: warmth, sincerity, and a willingness to recognize the many contributions made by creators of color.
A new Lifetime docuseries about the artist’s alleged abuses pointedly homes in on a network of enablers in his immediate circles and his fan base.
The OWN drama billed itself as a celebration of a complicated but relatable real-life romance. Abuse allegations against one of its creators made the show’s premise a queasier proposition.