El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie gives him a ruminative and riveting send-off.
On the latest episode, the show departed from its dependence on guest stars to deliver a fresh, hilarious take on stereotypes.
The internet star snagged an NBC show because of her YouTube charm, but she’s still finding her footing in a traditional arena.
Sorry for Your Loss, which returns for a second season this week, started as a candid drama about losing a loved one. And then it grew into something much bigger.
The fantasy series picked up the night’s big award—a trophy for Outstanding Drama Series—but lost in most of the other major categories.
On Becoming a God in Central Florida and The Righteous Gemstones, two shows about self-delusion and wealth, expose the costs of worshipping success.
The new series aims to make viewers uncomfortable—but its creators say that’s the key to adapting a real-life rape case for the screen.
A new TV show and film tell similarly shallow stories about mistreated wives finding empowerment by getting revenge on their husbands.
Atlantic writers look ahead at gun-control momentum, Kashmir’s status change, the secrets of Jeffrey Epstein, and more.
Julio Torres, the star of the HBO special My Favorite Shapes, brings life to clothing and objects alike: “It feels like my thesis statement is, ‘Everything matters.’”
Hulu’s revival of the detective drama ends with a curveball that cheapens the arc of one of the show’s most fascinating figures.
Hulu's Season 4 is moodier than the original series and less nostalgic than the film revival. But its darker sensibility yields a strangely cynical story.
With The Farewell, the writer-director Lulu Wang has made a bittersweet drama about her family’s choice to deceive one of their own.
In the fifth episode of its new season, the HBO series homes in on the burdens kids bear in times of familial distress.
In the fantastical Yesterday, the only person in the world who remembers the Fab Four takes the band’s music as his own. How the film reimagines an iconic oeuvre through a single voice.
The absurdist Spanish-language series may seem like an unconventional choice for HBO, but it proves the value of comic alchemy.
The third and last season of Jessica Jones says farewell to Krysten Ritter’s superpowered P.I.—and marks the end of a small-screen experiment that helped pave the way for streaming’s big swings.
The actor deploys fine-tuned passive aggression as Mary Louise Wright, bringing a wicked energy to a season wrapped in guilt and melancholy.
How three Fresh Off the Boat colleagues created a classic love story—and filmed that already infamous Keanu Reeves scene
The series, which wraps its second season on Sunday, has blossomed into a uniquely flavored, daring drama of the sort found more frequently on cable.