Lifetime’s Searching for Neverland mourns the exploitation of the King of Pop before his death—but there’s an uncomfortable irony to the project.
Her career of female self-determination demonstrates the rights of religion, sexuality, and expression that much terrorism seeks to undo.
Singing “My Heart Will Go On” for its 20th anniversary, Dion interrupted the show’s mediocrity and cemented her status as a symbol of perseverance.
In the sixth episode of the third season, Laurie says some goodbyes.
The first Spanish-language U.S. No. 1 hit since “Macarena” sees Justin Bieber jumping on a music style of fraught racial lineage in Latin America.
Viceland’s new show pairs rappers and rockers with a shrink for sometimes electrifying, sometimes uncomfortable results.
The late Soundgarden singer frequently voiced pain, but also optimism, wit, and a sense of justice.
The One Direction singer’s solo debut is earning him new respect for a dutiful nostalgia trip.
RuPaul versus the White House
Matt, Laurie, and the Murphys find a love boat.
The duo were building a career by subverting rock and roll tropes—and then were accused of fulfilling one of the darkest ones.
The fifth episode of the third season finally had Chuck and Jimmy confront each other before the eyes of the law.
The first 100 days of the new administration have seen a boom in political music—though not all of it has invoked the president's name.
Nora and Kevin take a long-haul flight.
“Want You Back” sees the rock trio as complex and tuneful as before, but there’s a new, not entirely welcome, layer of production.
In the show’s third season, the late actress’s character showed crotchety compassion and addressed substance abuse.
In the third episode of the final season, Kevin Sr. tries to learn a song.
Damon Albarn’s many contributors seemed boxed in for Humanz, which dubiously imagines a dystopian blow-out.
Season 3 of Amazon’s show is funnier than ever as it portrays a couple negotiating serious issues with a smirk.
The Canadian singer’s challenging but beautiful fifth album considers nostalgia, the future, and loneliness.