Tonight’s Season 2 finale can either grant Zoë Kravitz’s character the depth she deserves or continue to underutilize her.
Inside the decision to edit the controversial series
The company is seeing a dip in its American growth for the first time since 2011. What does that mean for the streaming service?
The details of the newly announced mega-service are murky, but it has one huge advantage over Netflix: the streaming rights to Friends.
The Netflix series reimagines the role that a shopping center can play in the lives of American teens—especially for its young female characters.
Game of Thrones dominated a surprisingly open-minded slate of nods that recognized critical favorites.
The show once known for its subtle depictions of trauma is now taking refuge in melodrama.
Hulu's Season 4 is moodier than the original series and less nostalgic than the film revival. But its darker sensibility yields a strangely cynical story.
In a flashback episode, The Handmaid’s Tale tried to explain how one of its characters became a monster. But it missed the most crucial element of her personality.
In his new stand-up special, the comedian celebrates progress—but denigrates the work that progress requires.
Erin Lee Carr’s two-part HBO documentary thoughtfully complicates the narrative of a boy’s suicide, and of the girlfriend who encouraged the act.
In the fifth episode of its new season, the HBO series homes in on the burdens kids bear in times of familial distress.
The rollicking third season of Netflix’s nostalgic hit mines the conspiracy theories woven into pop culture.
With a new season featuring a “sexually fluid” cast, the MTV competition series Are You the One? bucks persistent trends in reality television.
The Starz series about a British agent with extraordinary abilities forgets to have fun.
In the fourth episode of its new season, the HBO series explores the rifts in its characters’ unions—and the feasibility of forgiveness.
“They didn’t know what to do with a Latina girl.”
Showtime’s biopic about the former Fox News executive can’t find the core of its characters.
The HBO series stars Emma Thompson as a populist leader with dark plans.
The author’s new ABC competition series refreshingly emphasizes the importance of cooking as a relationship-building mechanism.