The new HBO series is a stunning, timely departure from its graphic-novel origins.
For the first time in years, nobody really knows what to expect.
Damon Lindelof’s new show advances the clock on Alan Moore’s original series but retains the comic’s skepticism of heroes in masks.
Bong Joon-ho’s film depicts a class system in which the most profound harms result from the relationships of interdependence between rich and poor.
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Berhana, the Atlanta musician behind 2016’s “Janet,” talks about incorporating diverse geographic influences in his debut album, HAN.
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Robert Eggers’s new film, starring Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe, is an enthralling exploration of the mania of isolation.
Taika Waititi tries to balance zany comedy and grim realism in his new coming-of-age film set in Nazi Germany. He doesn’t quite succeed.
Breaking a pattern of first-round heartbreak, the decade’s most downtrodden playoff team finds itself in the World Series.
AMC’s series about the Japanese American internment ends with a message about the importance of remembering the past. But it forgets the historical horror at the heart of the show.
A newcomer used the term in a presidential debate for the first time ever—and it turned out to be the most apt descriptor of the night.
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil probably shouldn’t exist, but it is at least transfixing and stars a genuinely charismatic Angelina Jolie.
In Home Work, the legendary actor comes to terms with an acting career she couldn’t always control.
“I’m saying this, but I don’t believe it.” Kendall Roy, in the Season 2 finale, summed up what makes the show such brilliant satire.
“It all came to me, and I wrote like it was a hurricane.”
In His Dark Materials, now an HBO series, the author takes on organized religion. It’s not a fair fight.
The HBO show had teased a “blood sacrifice” in its thrilling season finale, and it didn’t disappoint.
The Cheers actor’s impression of the former vice president this season is less friendly and more glossy than the show’s previous attempts.
Three new books explore the variety of transgender experiences.
Infestation. Insects. Ointment. This is not the stuff you might expect from a work of prestige TV that takes extreme wealth as its subject.