Three Atlantic writers discuss the HBO epic’s divisive series finale, which tries to break the wheel one last time.
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Renée Zellweger acts rings around everyone else in this oddity of an anthology series.
Disney’s live-action remake of the 1992 animated classic is a special-effects-laden extravaganza that comes off as clumsy and half-hearted.
George R. R. Martin insists that the final entries in his fantasy series are still coming—even though HBO has finished telling his story first.
Game of Thrones, which always commented on the social effects of disability, ended by selling its final twist as inspirational.
The National Book Award–winning author writes complex teenage protagonists whose real-life counterparts have long faced literary erasure.
The re-release of a classic novel about Japanese Americans’ incarceration during World War II is an opportunity to reflect on the nation’s persistent internal conflicts.
Dany. Sansa. Bran. Why did the show that used to be so interested in emotion come, in the end, to mistrust it?
In 40 years on air, PBS’s This Old House inspired a more flashy genre of TV while giving tradespeople the attention they deserve.
The send-off to Season 44 might end up functioning as a send-off to a particularly toothless era for Saturday Night Live.
Goodbye, dragon show.
Twenty years ago, as the group’s Millennium album topped music charts, one writer found belonging in an online community she unwittingly helped create.
Aïda Muluneh’s vibrant images explore Ethiopian identity, and her photo festival aspires to shape a new vision of the continent.
Busy Philipps exited the late-night lineup right when it felt like she’d finally arrived.
George Clooney and Grant Heslov’s six-part Hulu adaptation of Joseph Heller’s novel is a surprising success.
Parisians hated Pei’s pyramid when it first opened. It is now as synonymous with the Louvre as the Mona Lisa.
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