The discovery of more than 1,500 artworks in a flat in Munich serves as an inconvenient reminder of one of the unresolved wrongs of the Third Reich.
Can TV comedies about murder move beyond the punchline?
A new HBO documentary, directed by the playwright’s daughter Rebecca, is an intimate look at a ferocious talent.
A new six-part Netflix documentary is a stunning dive into a utopian religious community in Oregon that descended into darkness.
The second season of the Netflix superhero drama finds texture in three major characters.
And Carey Mulligan
Hulu’s new show from the creator of Luther is a totally bonkers melange of sci-fi scenarios, global doom, and stabbiness.
Last year, the Trump administration drew the ire of the Hollywood elite. This time around, it was the industry itself.
The second season of the brilliant FX show explores the tension and the weirdness of dreams coming true.
The new Hulu series is a suspenseful, star-studded excavation of the failure to prevent 9/11.
The new AMC series about a financier who gets involved with gangsters is extravagant but dour.
The new Netflix series from Veena Sud is a fascinating, flawed study of structural racism and mistrust in America.
In an imaginative but understated event, South Korea used augmented reality and tactical diplomacy to paint a hopeful picture.
A new novel by Leni Zumas is both a compelling speculative work and a deeply considered analysis of what it means to live in a woman’s body.
The new Netflix sci-fi series can be intermittently thrilling, but it’s too superficial to realize its potential.
The adult-film actor and director is engaged in a promotional tour where she can’t discuss events she says never took place.
Netflix’s new six-part documentary series is an enthralling take on cons and corporate malfeasance, from money laundering for cartels to the Trump Organization.
It helps to think about Italian Divisionism, Schizopolis, and ambiguous images.
In a courtroom in Michigan, a variety of powerful women redefined what victim testimony can mean.
The new Paramount miniseries about the 1993 siege doesn’t quite get to the heart of how David Koresh happened.
TNT’s new prestige series focuses on a doctor using criminal psychology to pursue a serial killer in 1890s New York.