With her new book—the much-awaited sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale—the Canadian author is leading a resistance. But it’s not the one you might think.
In Home Work, the legendary actor comes to terms with an acting career she couldn’t always control.
The HBO show had teased a “blood sacrifice” in its thrilling season finale, and it didn’t disappoint.
Press is a fascinating, periodically clunky series about newspapers at war.
Caryn Mandabach spearheaded such prime-time comedies as Roseanne, The Cosby Show, and 3rd Rock From the Sun. Why is she now making a gangster show in the U.K.?
Over several seasons, they’ve evolved from a basic skill assessment into a meandering tour through Europe’s most arcane pastries.
The Politician is a sumptuous, absurdist study of teen ambition.
Her award for Fosse/Verdon, the actor said, was “an acknowledgment of what is possible when a woman is trusted.”
The Netflix series is a remarkable study of how sexual-assault investigations should be conducted, and how they shouldn’t.
The beloved British stately home drama is back, and the timing couldn’t be worse.
David Simon’s show about the sex industry has lost all its curiosity about what humans want.
Atlantic writers look ahead at Facebook’s new cryptocurrency, the next Great British Bake Off, the big split in retail, and more.
Hulu’s latest British import is a delightful, openhearted comedy about a woman recovering from a nervous breakdown.
Recent television shows and news stories raise a similar question: Can systems of oppression function without the involvement of women?
A new Netflix series delves into a shadowy religious group with long-standing political ties to Washington. Is it as powerful as the show suggests?
Jesse Armstrong’s caustic HBO drama about a media dynasty is superb in Season 2.
In its third season, the Netflix comedy about women wrestlers takes an odd approach to storytelling.
The author, teacher, Nobel laureate, and grande dame of American letters has died at the age of 88.
In its final season, Orange Is the New Black faced a conundrum over its most pivotal character.
The HBO feature about a 16-year-old who discovers her assault has gone viral is a stunningly immersive work.
“I didn’t have a specific vision, because I was mostly terrified,” Jenji Kohan said of ending the Netflix series.