Fox's hit musical drama fell apart a bit this week, though the show's bright spots remain compelling.
Taraji P. Henson is giving one of TV's elite performances, transforming caricature into a genuine, warts-and-all character.
The show tackles questions of realness in the genre through the attempted recruitment of imprisoned rapper Titan.
Audiences were promised King Lear and Def Jam, not Suge Knight's Mystic River. So why are we getting more of the latter?
Two Atlantic writers try to figure out just what kind of show Empire really is.
The Golden Globes' TV categories proved the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is on the cutting edge—hardly new territory for the organization.
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.
Two Atlantic staffers evaluate the promise and potential pitfalls telegraphed in the Fox musical drama's premiere.
The late Edward Herrmann will be remembered for many different roles. For a lot of young people, his Gilmore Girls character is the most indelible.
Chris Stein's collection of behind-the-scenes images—many of his bandmate Debbie Harry—tell a compelling story in Chris Stein/Negative.
The film wants to conclude happily, but downplaying Alan Turing's tragic demise does a disservice to his legacy.
The podcast Gilmore Guys has drawn a devoted following by taking an affectionate but critical look at a beloved TV show.
The partnership between the Bettie Page and Bunny Yeager is celebrated in the recently released photo book Bettie Page: Queen of Curves.
Nicki Minaj's third full-length album isn't full of the hard rap she promised, but offers an intimate introduction to the woman behind the work.
Children's book writer Tim Federle's latest project: Hickory Daiquiri Dock, a cocktail recipe book that puts a grown-up spin on nursery rhymes.
Breakaway's second single heralded the arrival of a new star, a new sound, and an all-time karaoke classic.
Robbie Rogers's new autobiography is dull—and that’s not a bad thing.
Beyond the Lights could be better, but its does reveal a star destined for bigger things.
ABC needs a monster hit that gets strong social media buzz on Thursday nights—and luckily for Scandal, another show is shouldering that burden this season.
This is a show full of people indulging in their worst behaviors, so regressive "bottom shaming" isn't irresponsible writing. It's consistent.