SNL and pop culture pay loving disrespect to Donald Trump’s wife.
All Stars 2 crowned the show’s ultimate fan as its winner—but plenty of fans aren’t thrilled about it.
USA’s new supernatural drama has overlearned the lessons of an era where internet clue-hunting can prop up a show.
The Swedish Academy hasn’t redefined “literature.” It’s simply praised the written byproduct of a musical career.
Death Cab for Cutie and Aimee Mann have promisingly kicked off 30 days of anti-Trump songs.
Beyoncé and Jay Z might use lewd language, but they don't condone sexual assault.
Revolution Radio is a short and catchy blend of political anger and personal wistfulness.
Checking himself into rehab, the performer told fans that he’s been “living a lie”—and set an example of honesty.
The singer’s anti-body-shaming crusade has gone to impolite places.
Atrocity Exhibition is part of a wave of rap albums powerfully confessing to emotional struggle—while trying not to glorify it.
NBC’s new thriller about time-travel is a hokey blast.
The influential indie singer’s experimental third album is at its best when it lets humanity shine through the noise.
The episode “A Stereotypical Day” featured 8-year-old Jackson Millarker in an attempt to get the characters to inspect their own attitudes.
From the “400-pound” hacker to Alicia Machado, the candidate’s denigration of fat people has a long tradition—but may be a liability.
The 23 minutes of Please Forgive Me sum up a few 2016 pop trends.
The Pfefferman family has exactly the wrong idea about spirituality.
Not all celebrity duos get a shared nickname—especially a nickname as powerful as this one.
The “Perfect Illusion" video is a chaotic but minimalist crowd-surfing fantasy, and not much else.
Its partnership with Tinder is another unflashy way the most popular streaming service is competing against Apple’s and Tidal’s exclusives.
The ceremony’s nods to Donald Trump, O.J. Simpson, and diversity in Hollywood shone light on an industry that’s taking its influence seriously.