There are three things that give the seemingly unstoppable contestant an advantage—and this isn’t the first time he’s succeeded on a game show.
The Milwaukee Bucks’ do-everything prodigy has simplified his approach and become the NBA’s best player.
The Maryland rapper’s new project, Anger Management, is a collaboration with the producer Kenny Beats that continues an electrifying repertoire.
The composer Ramin Djawadi approached the solemn tune from “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms” as Elton John would a set of lyrics.
Despite reports that new eligibility rules might be announced targeting the streaming service, no such changes will go into effect for 2020.
The new HBO drama depicts a bold, groundbreaking 19th-century lesbian. But its palatable tone falsely suggests that few obstacles were in her way.
Marvel has given the series a barnstorming, and surprisingly moving, finale.
Over the past two weekends, thousands of music fans gathered to hear performances in Indio, California.
The singer and flutist Lizzo’s new album is as impressive as it is ad-friendly. But navigating both repressive industry standards and commercial co-option is tricky territory.
The new Hulu series cleverly explores the life experiences of a Millennial man practicing Islam in America. It misses the mark, however, in the depiction of its female characters.
The HBO series has served up plenty of meaningful love affairs over its run. But the show’s central couple hasn’t risen to the same standard.
A new anthology of sportswriting celebrates the poetry written in the press box.
The televised Q&A is a sometimes awkward fusion of politics and entertainment—and it’s becoming a key element of the 2020 hype cycle.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms,” the second episode of Season 8.
Siri Hustvedt’s new novel explores fiction’s role in feminist consciousness-raising.
The conflict comes at a time when economic realities are changing for both parties in the digital era, but the tension dates back to 1962.
In her last poem for The Atlantic, Rich contemplated leaving for an unknown place.
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“James’s performance, I’m sure, is causing grief for an accountant somewhere.”
Jane the Virgin’s Gina Rodriguez grounds this fizzy film about becoming single, moving on, and turning 30.
Williams spent his nights writing poetry and his days working as a pediatrician. In 1956, he blended the two strands of his career in a page of children’s verse.