Political discord coupled with the lingering effects of 2017’s Hurricane Maria challenged the arrival of the famed musical.
With shrewd drafting and a style adjustment, New Orleans built a team capable of helping out its star quarterback—and winning a Super Bowl.
A Lifetime series that examines long-standing abuse allegations against the singer—and the continued support he has received despite them—contains an uncomfortable truth.
Peter Farrelly’s film has taken over 2019’s awards season despite mounting controversies, critical disinterest, and mediocre ticket sales.
The senator’s new book shows the difficulty of translating short-form virality into a substantive text.
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In Surviving R. Kelly, female fans who stand by the controversial singer offer justification for their loyalty. Still, their allegiance prompts the question: Why?
The latest from the director is a singularly strange and meta sequel that’s bound to infuriate all but his most devoted fans.
A biography published 100 years after the composer’s death reveals the worldly trials of an artist known for his airy fantasies.
The author is best known for arguing that emotional connection could help heal America’s racial divides. But his 1974 novel If Beale Street Could Talk focused instead on the bonds that held black people together.
Netflix’s new series is a graphic teen dramedy with a difference.
In a new, authoritative book by Matt Zoller Seitz and Alan Sepinwall, the Sopranos creator David Chase appears to make an accidental confession.
The upset Golden Globes victory of one music drama over another hints at which is the more comforting retelling of the same rock-and-roll narrative.
In an ever more crowded field, the biggest attractions include Netflix’s Russian Doll, Hulu’s The Act, and CBS All Access’s The Twilight Zone.
Captain Marvel, The Lion King, Joker, Little Women, plus the usual slew of sequels (and some exciting original projects)
The presumed awards-season front-runner, A Star Is Born, failed to win big, while Green Book and Bohemian Rhapsody took home the top trophies.
The ceremony’s co-host, who also picked up a trophy, embodied the best of the evening: warmth, sincerity, and a willingness to recognize the many contributions made by creators of color.
In her lushly produced videos, Natalie Wynn brings a rare skill for rational argument and emotional persuasion to one of the most vicious battlefields of the online culture wars.
Based on the memoir of a literary forger, the film sets up a poignant argument about what it takes to be an artist—only to upend that idea in its final scenes.
A new Lifetime docuseries about the artist’s alleged abuses pointedly homes in on a network of enablers in his immediate circles and his fan base.
Even when she taps into the colloquial vernacular that’s characteristic of her Oklahoma roots, the Democratic presidential candidate risks appearing inauthentic.
During an appearance on Ellen, the abortive Oscars host cited phantom apologies for his homophobic remarks while DeGeneres pleaded with him to ignore the haters: a spectacle of missing the point.