Why do reality television’s most popular stars so uncannily resemble the heroines of the 19th-century writer’s work?
Lisa Loomer's production about the legendary Supreme Court case opens during a time of renewed uncertainty over a woman’s right to choose.
Gregor Hens’s Nicotine describes a life spent chasing moments of heightened power.
In its fourth season the BBC show turned its main character into a superhero, and lost everything that made it special in the process.
Mike Mills’s film is an emotionally smart story about a 15-year-old boy who comes of age with the help of three offbeat women.
Paolo Sorrentino’s HBO show is a bizarre, surreal examination of absolute power.
The FX show stars the British actor as a kind of Regency-era Jason Bourne, only with even bloodier methods.
Who is Eurus, and what does she want with the Holmes brothers?
The HBO documentary is a charming, poignant snapshot of the late actresses and their complex relationship.
The influence of Game of Thrones is palpable in this edgy new network drama.
The BBC show seems to have difficulty fitting female characters into its universe. But it isn’t Arthur Conan Doyle’s fault.
The Atlantic looks back at key cinematic moments in 2016, this time Barry Jenkins’s film about a young man’s life in three acts.
The Illumination Entertainment comedy stars Matthew McConaughey as a koala desperately seeking a musical hit.
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Decoding some of the clues and mysteries in Netflix’s mind-boggling new series
The surprise Netflix series is a strange but compelling mystery about a woman who returns after being missing for seven years.
In season two, the Amazon series suddenly has new contemporary relevance.
The new Will Smith movie about a grieving father is breathtakingly cynical, using the worst kinds of tricks to provoke an emotional response.
The publication’s recent shift toward social issues, identity, and activism is giving its readers what they want.
Jessica Chastain stars in John Madden’s chilly drama about a feared lobbyist’s fight for gun control.
NBC’s third televised musical event offered goofy charm, a nebulous message of inclusivity, and a handful of spectacular moments.