After being lambasted for its portrayal of teen suicide in Season 1, the Netflix series is back, and it’s taken the criticism to heart.
An impending influx of talent hitting the market in the winter is the single biggest factor informing roster-construction across baseball.
New books by Sheila Heti and Michael Chabon explore the claims of family-making, and of writing.
After being fired from Transparent over allegations of sexual harassment on set, the actor is preparing to promote the new season of Arrested Development. What happens next?
In the season finale of “Atlanta,” as in his recent “This Is America” video, the artist shows his preoccupation with the burden and blessing of the communal bond.
Richard Powers’s climate-themed epic, The Overstory, embraces a dark optimism about the fate of humanity.
After protesting the metro daily’s owners this week, one of the paper’s last remaining reporters contemplates what went wrong.
An absorbing documentary spotlights four young Indian American spellers trying to make their way through a competitive field.
Co-written by star Melissa McCarthy and her husband, Ben Falcone (who also directed), this Back to School knockoff is a dull and ramshackle mess.
A tale of ancient philosophers, alien abductions, murder-for-hire—and how the world’s largest pearl came to be the centerpiece of an 80-year-old hoax
In a wave of interchangeable Millennial pop stars, Charlie Puth’s dorkiness on his album Voicenotes proves an asset.
The streaming service dropping R. Kelly and XXXTentacion from playlists is one of the very few signs of a #MeToo reckoning in the music industry.
Amid a historic home-run spike, fans and players alike are wondering how long the league’s wait-and-see approach can last.
As FX’s spy drama ends, an overseas imitation imagines a CIA sleeper cell wreaking havoc in Moscow.
The legendary film editor behind projects as varied as Lawrence of Arabia, Out of Sight, and Fifty Shades of Grey died at the age of 92.
The new Showtime adaptation of Edward St. Aubyn’s novels stars Benedict Cumberbatch as an Englishman ravaged by trauma.
Coralie Fargeat’s debut film tackles one of cinema’s nastiest subgenres—the rape-revenge movie.
Half a century ago, a Czech illustrator’s vivid travel books helped open young minds to the rest of the planet.
A recent spate of #MeToo stories serves as yet another reminder of the centrifugal forces of talented men.
“Trump was asking for it,” the comedian says.
The new music video from Childish Gambino weaponizes the viewer’s instinctive bodily empathy.
Childish Gambino’s sensational “This Is America” video implicates the viewer in the misuse of black art.