Two dramas—Dare Me and Spinning Out—follow girls as they juggle their competitive ambitions and interpersonal relationships.
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The youngest sister from Louisa May Alcott’s novel remains as spoiled as ever in the latest film adaptation. But she’s finally afforded the depth that’s missing from previous movies.
In the season finale, the HBO series puts its own spin on the typical superhero cliff-hanger.
The actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II weighs in on reimagining Doctor Manhattan as a black man, and how his character is pushing the story forward.
The popular visual-effects technique has implications that could pave the way for a new era in moviemaking—for better or worse.
In its latest installment, the Netflix drama struggles to keep the spotlight on its titular character.
With its first female writer-director at the helm, the 43-year-old franchise gets a nuanced update that was long overdue.
The first batch of episodes from Apple TV+’s flagship series included some uncomfortable conversations about the movement. Here’s why.
In last night’s standout episode, the HBO drama closely examined themes and characters from the original graphic novel.
The HBO satire’s final season began by examining whether the tech industry can ever really live up to its ideals.
The musician was an endearingly goofy performer who shone in a fever dream of an episode filled with gallows humor and character breaking.
Amazon’s anthology series based on the popular New York Times column flattens the collection of stories with trite idealism.
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.