Cultural institutions have faced hard questions about racial inclusivity for decades. This year, they might finally provide some answers.
In its fourth season, the Netflix drama is sharper than ever as it paints a portrait of an out-of-touch ruler caught off guard by change.
The comedian went viral for “playing Trump,” but in her new Netflix special, Everything’s Fine, she shows how unusual her comedic taste can be.
Totally Under Control delivers a damning—and essential—report card on the White House’s mismanagement of the pandemic.
In Darren Star’s latest series, the Sex and the City creator imagines an alternate universe where good intentions and accomplishing the bare minimum are enough.
In her new series, Utopia, the Gone Girl author examines the tricky relationship between fact and fiction in the age of disinformation.
The Black-ish star and Emmy nominee figured she’d made it when she scored the lead role in the early-2000s sitcom Girlfriends. But it would be 14 more years before she hit her stride.
Superfans know the Florida theme park is a dangerous destination during the pandemic. But to them, a visit means more than a vacation.
High-profile white voice actors are relinquishing their roles as characters of color. But the departures have caused divisions among their peers.
The nation isn’t in a celebratory mood. But the BET Awards struck a delicate balance between honoring black artists and reckoning with current events.
Intimacy coordinators became popular guides on TV and film sets during the #MeToo movement. But in this new socially distanced world, they run the risk of being sidelined.
If catching a movie at these establishments once offered a sojourn into the past, going to one amid the pandemic provides a glimpse of the future.
Hulu’s new satire may be set in 18th-century Russia, but it understands the theatrical and nearsighted politics of the current moment.
Unlike its previous at-home episodes, last night’s show embraced the existential crisis of the moment.
Ryan Murphy’s Netflix show presents a fantasy in which marginalized people get to make the film they want. But the fun thought exercise curdles into earnest nonsense.
The comedian had used TikTok only a handful of times before her impersonation of the president garnered 15 million views. Now it’s making her rethink her routine.
Unlike food innovations from crises past, coronavirus-inspired recipes are more about stress relief than survival.
In a time of heightened xenophobia toward Asians, Alan Yang’s Tigertail offers a deeply personal examination of a Taiwanese immigrant’s life.
Hulu’s take on the novel Little Fires Everywhere doesn’t just translate the story to the screen. It goes where the author felt she couldn’t go on her own.
“We’re just kind of on a wing and a prayer now.”