From a dark Andrew Garfield miniseries on Hulu to a new Vanessa Bayer Showtime comedy.
The rapper’s latest album, Come Home the Kids Miss You, is generic and self-serious.
Originally designed to correct mismatched length in legs, limb-lengthening surgery has become more popular for men looking to permanently increase their height.
In this edition of Cleanse the Timeline, we talk about basic bro fashion influencers, Chlöe Bailey, what we're reading, and more.
Plus, how an influencer called out a fashion brand and got her own plus-size line, and a book that challenges you to reconsider your own romantic preconceptions.
I was born during the longest period of global stability. Now, it appears all of that is fleeting.
Plus, in this edition of our Cleanse the Timeline newsletter, a reflection on Ilya Kaminsky’s Deaf Republic and a deep dive into the #prhauls tag.
In Jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy and in the rapper's recent Instagram posts, it's clear Kanye seems to no longer have a grasp on his own public image.
We Need to Talk About Cosby grapples thoughtfully with his fractured legacy.
Kelly Rowland texting some guy via Excel? We didn’t know how good we had it back then.
From a controversial Lena Dunham feature to a scary thriller about an immigrant nanny — here are the Sundance films we couldn't stop thinking about.
We dissect the weirdest show on TV right now.
We chatted about one of Netflix’s biggest films ever. (Spoilers ahead.)
The newest Marvel movie had one of the biggest opening weekends in history. Does it live up to the hype? (Spoilers ahead.)
From Red Rocket to Benedetta to even, yes, House of Gucci, here are the movies we loved this year.
“I think it’s possible to acknowledge that you have benefited from a system that’s unequal without feeling shame or even guilt from it.”
Spoilers: We unpack the explosive finale.
Choose between Vanessa Hudgens playing three characters or 56-year-old Liz Hurley playing 66-year-old Kelsey Grammer’s daughter!
With a new confessional memoir and his growing social media presence, the actor is trying to reinvent himself for a new era of celebrity.
The most potent instrument Swift plays on Red (Taylor’s Version) is our knowledge of her past.