Producer Marti Noxon has two shows about women’s pain and rage debuting this summer—and the timing couldn’t be better.
Matt Groening’s new Netflix series pushes the envelope, but not far enough.
Why eavesdrops, hot mics, and other unorthodox recordings are such a staple feature of the 45th presidency
Peering into the secrets of Louisa May Alcott’s real life sheds light on her treasured coming-of-age tale.
The Amazon three-parter is a star-studded but ponderous tale about toxic family dysfunction.
Netflix’s Insatiable and AMC’s Dietland both feature fat heroines who are bullied for their body type. But they’re very different shows.
Never has the Roy legacy seemed more tragic, or more toxic.
Netflix’s new feature comedy starring Kristen Bell and Kelsey Grammer is unremarkable in every way except one: It’s barely funny.
As the Netflix series heads toward a possible final season, its conclusion could be hopeful or honest, but not both.
The NBC crafting competition is a balm for troubled times.
Despite the Netflix show’s reliable inconsistency, few series are as willing to take this many risks.
The new eight-part series supposedly travels to the most mad, macabre, and morbid places in the world.
The FX drama about the crack epidemic—which has added the crime writer Walter Mosley to its creative team—finds its groove.
In his new Showtime series Who Is America?, the British comedian shows the best and worst of his comedy.
Come Inside My Mind, airing on HBO Monday night, is a thoughtful and wistful portrait of an elusive subject.
As President Donald Trump spent the second day of his U.K. visit with Prime Minister Theresa May, thousands of people gathered in London to march in characteristically creative style.
For the first time, the streaming service received more total nods than HBO, ending the premium-cable channel’s 17-year domination.
In its sophomore stretch, the Hulu show abandoned narrative logic and character development to keep its story constrained.
In the wake of results at the 2018 World Cup that no one was expecting, a nation adjusts awkwardly to success.
The Netflix series is about a relationship, but not in the traditional sense.
The HBO miniseries, directed by Jean-Marc Vallée and adapted from Gillian Flynn’s thriller, probes the dark heart of small-town America.