CSI: Beltway. Doppelgängers. Zillow. The theories offered on behalf of the Supreme Court nominee have come to suggest a determined resistance to a changing world.
Despite a fantastic start to the season that suggested the historically disappointing New York team was on the upswing, it appears greatness is still out of reach.
A new compilation of the band’s albums showcases one of the most impressive bodies of songwriting of the past 10 years.
Gary Shteyngart dissects one of the “most unexpected” lines in fiction and shares how it influenced his latest novel, Lake Success.
In a new Showtime series, the actor delivers the same gripping performance that’s been characteristic of his career: moving, thoughtful, and maniacal.
This year’s Toronto International Film Festival features follow-ups from two of Hollywood’s most exciting directors, Barry Jenkins and Steve McQueen—and they both have thrilling viewpoints on life in America.
The Netflix rom-com, starring Shannon Purser (Stranger Things) and Noah Centineo (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before), disappointingly fails to indict the protagonist’s deceptive behavior.
The 26-year-old rapper had a relatable voice, adventuresome sound, and an interest in life’s hardest struggles.
Sunday night’s revamped version of the nearly 100-year-old competition was a dizzying and at times spellbinding collision of determined progress and regressive tradition.
The powerful CBS chief is exiting the company after a new round of sexual-misconduct allegations. It’s a big deal—but it’s not the full deal.
Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut, starring Lady Gaga, has drawn worthy raves at the Toronto International Film Festival and now seems like a major awards contender.
Former Olympic sprinter Tommie Smith reflects on his legacy and the resurgence of activism in sports.
Twenty-five years ago, the sci-fi drama series began its sophisticated exploration of the messiness of human belief.
William T. Vollmann’s latest opus is brilliant, but it offers no comfort to its readers.
The author’s popular Little House books sought to challenge the way many Americans saw their country’s history, with deeply mixed results.
What happened to the superstar was shocking. It was not surprising.
Spiritualized’s And Nothing Hurt sees the venerated space-rock act inflate weariness into something gorgeous.
The term has popped up repeatedly of late, including in a recent New York Times op-ed written by an anonymous senior official in the Trump administration. But what does the word itself really mean?
The bleak new Showtime series has the comedian playing a Mister Rogers–esque children’s entertainer in the middle of an existential crisis.
The inside view of America’s two swampiest reality shows: politics and football
The second season of HBO’s drama about the 1970s pornography business is timely in good ways and bad.
The iconic actor, who was one of cinema’s biggest stars in the late ’70s and early ’80s, died Thursday at the age of 82.