The Oscar winner and celebrity guest Rami Malek knew when to lean into his roles—and when to get out of the way.
In its third season, HBO’s award-winning series Succession needs to remember the dramatic stakes that made it great.
“If you watch television, if you watch films, you should think about who is making them and under what conditions.”
He’s something rarer and more valuable.
On the new Culture podcast The Review, our Atlantic staff writers break down the Emmy-winning soccer sitcom and its much-discussed second season.
It wasn’t the political comedy.
Beneath the hyper-violence, the hit show has surprisingly tender reflections on our obligations to other people.
The comedian returns to TV after six years—and this time, he’s not trying to be funny.
How could a singing competition show that features holographic contestants be this dull?
The controversial cult brand LuLaRoe sold a powerful idea: that mothers could succeed as entrepreneurs while spending meaningful time with their kids.
HBO’s remake of a famous relationship drama seems to forget why viewers like to watch stories of romantic turmoil.
After winning her award, Michaela Coel delivered the rare message meant for those outside the glitzy room in which she stood.
Just embrace the chaos.
The attacks altered the course of modern comedy, fueling the rise of political satire as a form of mainstream entertainment.
Impeachment: American Crime Story tells a humanizing story, but misses a bigger point.
Despite the public attention paid to big egos, colleges and universities run on the generosity of the common professor.
The show is about finding out how much your possessions are worth. But it has stayed popular because it values knowledge over money.
The near-perfect show elegantly skewers the subject of free speech on campus.
The mistakes the show made in its attempts to replace Alex Trebek have doubled, for fans, as betrayals.
Hulu’s starry new series Nine Perfect Strangers reminds us how easily human ache can fall prey to the language of transformation.