In its new season, the HBO drama goes full-throttle to prove that it’s still the pinnacle of television.
From the devastating Netflix miniseries Maid to a fun Hulu comedy starring Selena Gomez.
The second season may not contain the same spark as the first, but its finale proves that the Apple TV+ show still succeeds in its central mission.
Capitalism is the shared villain in Netflix’s global successes. (Light spoilers ahead.)
Here are the most interesting movies we saw at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The collision of Certified Lover Boy and Donda should have been a thrilling moment. Instead, it’s petty, frustrating, and lacking in high stakes.
Solar Power fits in with a pop moment where some superstars are pulling back and no longer striving for ubiquity.
At this stage of Kanye’s career, and on such a personal project, his enemy is not time or process, but finality itself.
The gymnast’s decision to withdraw from some of her competitions at the Tokyo Olympics shows how much talking publicly about mental health has lost its stigma.
The band’s banjoist, quit over his endorsement of controversial right-wing pundits. But Mumford & Sons has always had an unsettled relationship to traditional masculinity.
For eight years, I’ve been going on road trips with three of my close guy friends and it’s really deepened our relationships.
From a half-hour comedy about a group of Muslim punk rockers to a moving docuseries about the history of African American cuisine.
His Apple TV+ show and recent media appearances are clear attempts to establish a new public image as a relatable dad in therapy.
It somehow hit the sweet spot for kids, teens, and adults — becoming a meme machine in the process.
Six albums into her career and with a new book out, Carlile knows exactly who she is and whom she writes for.
We saw the video. We know what happened.
Bieber is back with Justice, an inconsistent album with plenty of songs that will dominate the charts. But is this what Bieber wants?
The Grammy ceremony Sunday night hinted at the institution’s desire to change but mostly caved to old patterns.
Larger men in Hollywood are expected to grin and bear constant jokes and scrutiny about their weight.
The Golden Globe–nominated film takes on guardianship fraud but becomes disturbingly nihilistic.