Her work has done more than any other author’s to influence what “happily ever after” means in culture.
The gang's all here in a Netflix limited series—and, together, they're a riot.
The Majority quizzes its audience on hot-button issues to demonstrate how easily the shape of a query can alter its answer.
In the wake of Charlottesville, Seth Meyers and Jimmy Fallon delivered damning critiques of Donald Trump.
Random International and Wayne McGregor’s +/- Human is an installation by way of Black Mirror.
The new Netflix series about a high-school senior with autism is warmhearted, funny, and totally inconsistent.
In new works, Jon Ronson and Tom Perrotta examine the cultural impact of a digital sexual revolution.
The creatures are the most powerful weapon in Westeros, but “The Spoils of War” showed the horrific cost of using them.
In the new Netflix documentary, a filmmaker accidentally captures how one of the biggest scandals in sporting history came to light.
Over the last decade, female writers have come to dominate crime fiction, a genre traditionally associated with men. But their appeal goes beyond the byline.
A new study reveals that internet searches for suicide skyrocketed in the wake of the show’s release.
James C. Strouse’s movie is a predictable romantic comedy elevated by an incandescent star.
In Jay and Mark Duplass’s new anthology series, the setting stays the same. Everything else is completely unpredictable.
Arundhati Roy, Zadie Smith, Colson Whitehead, and George Saunders are among the authors in contention for the British literary award.
Ninni Holmqvist’s 2009 book “The Unit,” newly reissued, imagines a world in which people who haven’t procreated are forced to make a different—ultimate—contribution to society.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “Stormborn,” the second episode of the seventh season.
The new 10-hour drama follows a Chicago financial adviser forced to move to Missouri to launder money for a cartel.
The new Netflix series is a strange, messy dive into what happens when people can’t grow up.
The new Netflix movie illustrates how hard it is to responsibly portray a mental-health disorder that has morbidly fascinated culture for centuries.
The new TNT show reinvents 16th-century London as a bacchanal of sex, drugs, and steampunk.
The HBO special by Andy Samberg and Murray Miller is a bonkers, star-studded pastiche of cycling’s doping problem.