Before Adam Lambert or Troye Sivan, George Michael broke down barriers for gay men in music. A new biography chronicles the price he paid.
In the Netflix documentary Halftime, Jennifer Lopez plays a different role: cultural underdog.
In the charming memoir Miss Memory Lane, the Teen Wolf and Arrow star grapples with the intersections of gender, fame, and desire.
In his third album, he’s part daddy, sometimes lover, and definitely a caring observer.
HBO Max’s The Staircase takes a predictable trip down the rabbit hole of the Michael Peterson trial. (Contains spoilers.)
A new Hulu miniseries thoughtfully explores a family’s surreal life in the true crime spotlight.
In Chicago, Pamela Anderson plays a woman who turns scandal into stardom. In real life, she’s reclaiming her legacy too.
From steamy romance and scary thrillers to riveting sci-fi, memoirs, and literary fiction — here are the spring books we couldn't get enough of.
“When We Sign These Contracts, We Give Up Our Right To Complain”: Behind The Scenes Of Real Housewives With Kandi Burruss
The songwriter of hits for Destiny's Child and Pink didn’t know if reality TV was for her. Over a decade later, she’s one of the highest paid castmates. Is it still worth it?
After a season-long absence and months of speculation, the daytime icon’s abrupt exit is disruptively on brand.
From Severance to the new season of Love Is Blind.
Netflix’s hit show about iconic grifter Anna Delvey is too enamored of its protagonist to tell us anything new.
Marry Me doesn’t deliver on Jennifer Lopez’s rom-com queen tradition. (Potential spoilers.)
The new Hulu miniseries about Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson is a fun, sometimes zany romp. But it lacks imagination in its portrayal of Anderson.
Kelly Rowland texting some guy via Excel? We didn’t know how good we had it back then.
A new A&E docuseries unravels multiple layers of the toxic Playboy ethos and its founder. (Spoilers and detailed descriptions.)
From a new period drama by the creator of Downton Abbey to a hilarious new ABC comedy.
Jamie Lynn tries to take back her narrative while painting a portrait of toxic family dynamics.
The media allowed misinformation to frame “debates” about trans identity and race in education. That has to change.
From Red Rocket to Benedetta to even, yes, House of Gucci, here are the movies we loved this year.