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.
Busy Philipps exited the late-night lineup right when it felt like she’d finally arrived.
How the show’s characterization of the Lannister lioness flattened into spiritless villainy
Nick Hornby’s State of the Union captures—in bite-size episodes—the complex chemistry of a relationship in humdrum crisis.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “The Last of the Starks,” which explored the fallout from last week’s epic battle and previewed a big showdown.
The film’s last moments may be polarizing audiences, but they fit Captain America’s journey perfectly.
The push to build a new kind of tower has begun.
Probably not. But that doesn't mean the pop star of the future is going to be a human.
A Q&A with the director of the documentary CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap, which looks at the cultural reasons behind the male-dominated world of software engineering
The blogger James Ward studies common office supplies—to understand not just their history, but their cultural impact, as well.
The documentary Do Not Track, a multi-part project on data privacy, is personalized to individual viewers based on their online behaviors.
A neuroscientist and his team have created a vest to help deaf people hear through a series of vibrations.
Fake, fake, fake, real, fake: A tally of the day's hoaxes (with a dash of reality)
What's stopping people from using apps like Periscope and Meerkat to livestream video they don't own? Not much.
The popular release-schedule site The Projection List doesn't want to be anything other than, well, a list.
The "news" of the death of the author Chinua Achebe two years after the fact shows how timestamps are losing relevance.