In a new HBO film starring Benedict Cumberbatch, James Graham turns a polarizing national moment into a surprisingly cohesive and engaging story.
The new British series is a thoughtful, detailed, compelling character study of people caught up in a knotty conflict.
In Season 3, the show benefits from the terrific work of Mahershala Ali and from embracing much of what made its initial run so captivating.
A Lifetime series that examines long-standing abuse allegations against the singer—and the continued support he has received despite them—contains an uncomfortable truth.
In Surviving R. Kelly, female fans who stand by the controversial singer offer justification for their loyalty. Still, their allegiance prompts the question: Why?
Netflix’s new series is a graphic teen dramedy with a difference.
In a new, authoritative book by Matt Zoller Seitz and Alan Sepinwall, the Sopranos creator David Chase appears to make an accidental confession.
In an ever more crowded field, the biggest attractions include Netflix’s Russian Doll, Hulu’s The Act, and CBS All Access’s The Twilight Zone.
The ceremony’s co-host, who also picked up a trophy, embodied the best of the evening: warmth, sincerity, and a willingness to recognize the many contributions made by creators of color.
A new Lifetime docuseries about the artist’s alleged abuses pointedly homes in on a network of enablers in his immediate circles and his fan base.
During an appearance on Ellen, the abortive Oscars host cited phantom apologies for his homophobic remarks while DeGeneres pleaded with him to ignore the haters: a spectacle of missing the point.
The organizational guru’s new Netflix series isn’t about judgment, decor, or the spectacle of mess. It’s about cultivating empathy for the things that surround us.
This year’s awards season is kicking off with what is sure to be a lively ceremony, hosted by Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg.
The OWN drama billed itself as a celebration of a complicated but relatable real-life romance. Abuse allegations against one of its creators made the show’s premise a queasier proposition.
The documentary Piripkura explores the resolve of indigenous people who persist in the forests of Brazil despite shifting circumstance.
A surprise episode of the series takes the form of a choose-your-own-adventure game.
The actor, accused of misconduct by more than 30 men, may believe that talent and fame can save him from public disgrace. It’s not a crazy notion.
While the six-hour run time might scare off some, this striking 2003 epic doesn't waste a moment of its story about two brothers living in postwar Italy.
The Amazon adaptation of William Makepeace Thackeray’s social satire comments on the unchanging nature of grift.
The series taps into the timeliness (and timelessness) of stories about oppressive political systems.