The show’s fifth season shows how protecting abusive, famous men is a tangled and corrupting process that touches everyone.
A new graphic novel from the artist Lisa Hanawalt (BoJack Horseman) gives an old genre the kind of heroine it’s never seen before.
Four Atlantic staffers discuss the film’s particular power, and the movie moments they’re still thinking about.
The animated Netflix show’s two best episodes this year experimented with narrative to bring the private pain of its female characters to light.
The comic-book writer discusses working for Marvel, the loneliness of novel-writing, and why her epic-fantasy series is mostly populated by women and characters of color.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss "The Dragon and the Wolf," the Season 7 finale.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “Beyond the Wall,” the sixth episode of the seventh season.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “Eastwatch,” the fifth episode of the seventh season.
What it’s like to be in the cross-hairs of the war of words between Washington and Pyongyang
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “The Spoils of War,” the fourth episode of the seventh season.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss the third episode of the seventh season.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “Dragonstone,” the first episode of the seventh season.
The Netflix series starring Aziz Ansari frequently strays from its protagonist to dive into the lives of characters on the margins.
The HBO film, based on the book by Rebecca Skloot and starring Oprah Winfrey, centers on the family of the woman whose cancer cells revolutionized medical science.
Noah Hawley's FX anthology series returns with a new story about two estranged brothers at odds over a precious vintage stamp.
Adult Swim’s cult series debuted a highly anticipated new episode for April Fool’s Day, after months (seemingly) without a release date.
Jordan Peele’s fantastic film relies heavily on the sense of sight to amplify its racial horror.
This strange sequel comes 15 years after the terrifying American remake of a Japanese horror classic.
The Iranian film The Salesman is shortlisted for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. But because of Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration, the movie’s director won’t be attending the ceremony.