Speechless Is Breaking New Ground on Television—David M. Perry explores how ABC’s new comedy is a rare show for putting a character with disabilities at the center of its narrative.
The Magnificent Seven Is Anything But—Christopher Orr laments Antoine Fuqua’s less-than-impressive remake of Akira Kurosawa’s masterpiece.
Storks Is a Kids’ Movie That Is Not for Kids—Megan Garber reviews the animated children’s film that, in the end, is really about parenthood.
The Exorcist and the Lost Art of Catholic Storytelling—Nick Ripatrazone traces the deeper religious themes that dominated the original 1971 novel and film.
The 2016 Emmy Awards Point to TV’s Power—Spencer Kornhaber rounds up the winners and losers from a night that shone light on an industry taking its influence seriously.
Did the Emmys Offer Redemption to Marcia Clark?—Megan Garber examines how Sarah Paulson’s win for her role in The People v. O.J. may have been a cathartic moment for the woman she portrayed.
The Good Place Finds Laughs in the Afterlife—David Sims revels in the humorous and philosophical depths of the new comedy starring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson.
This Is Us Is Must-Weep TV—Megan Garber wells up at NBC’s newest tear-jerking drama.