TNT’s new prestige series focuses on a doctor using criminal psychology to pursue a serial killer in 1890s New York.
The HBO comedy’s second season opened with an unnamed horror sending Brooklyn’s pot smokers into narcissism.
The new Starz show is a twisty spy thriller with endless layers.
FX’s American Crime Story uses lavish detail to tell of an iconic designer’s murder—and what it said about society.
Entertainment glorifying or excusing predatory male behavior is everywhere—from songs about “blurred lines” to TV shows where rapists marry their victims.
The show’s sharpest sketch yet on the #MeToo movement skewered E!’s confused coverage of the Golden Globes, while a Bill Murray parody of Steve Bannon fell flat.
A new Netflix documentary series tries to shine a light on how corporate malfeasance and fraud affects everything we eat.
While Black Mirror frets about individualism taken too far, Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams on Amazon returns to the terror of the collective.
The hottest accessories on Sunday’s red carpet? Words.
At the 75th Golden Globe Awards, not one male award winner used their platform to mention the biggest story of the night.
#MeToo took center stage, Oprah electrified, and Lady Bird and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri dominated.
The new eight-part Netflix series is about a heartwarming love affair between a budding psychopath and a sulky teenager.
With a wear-black protest in the works, Sunday’s Golden Globes could represent a shift for Hollywood’s most vapid tradition.
The year’s most anticipated series include Lena Waithe’s The Chi, the return of Jessica Jones and American Crime Story, and more.
The final installment of the fourth season is stashed with Easter eggs that bring the show’s universe together.
The fifth episode of the Netflix show’s fourth season is a post-apocalyptic battle between woman and machine.
The fourth episode of the fourth season is about a system that pairs compatible people together, with a twist.
The third episode of Season 4 tells a muddled, grim tale of surveillance and memory-mining.
Directed by Jodie Foster, the second episode of Season 4 taps into the anxieties of raising children.
The first episode of the Netflix show’s fourth season finds a new angle on tech horror through sci-fi satire.