The controversy over Choe's casting could have been avoided if the show's creators didn't rely on nepotism in choosing him.
Air and Tetris tell the little-known, real-life stories behind common products. And more random object movies are coming.
(Warning: contains spoilers.) A new Netflix series moves beyond the trope of traumatized American kids with emotionally stunted Asian parents.
The Staves are a trio of British sisters in a rock band — what's not to love?
Hulu’s latest TV series is an adaptation of Cheryl Strayed’s essay collection. Kathryn Hahn almost — but doesn’t quite — save it from corny jail.
Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields, a retrospective of the model and actor’s career, skims over questions that deserve more thorough answers.
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The TV adaptation of Naomi Alderman's bestselling novel endorses the feel-good feminism that its source material was determined to satirize.
From Kelly Link's latest collection of reimagined fairy tales to a brilliant debut about an ambitious swimmer.
Dressed up and fed up while at her own trial, the actor delivers a goofy, guilt-free spectacle.
The singer poignantly reflects on aging and recent deaths in her family on her latest album.
The first three episodes of this new star-studded Apple TV+ drama can be overcomplicated. But the most beautiful moments show normal people making life under climate change work.
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Critics complain that the Oscar-winning movie is too sincere — but the maximalist plot and unflinching earnestness are what make the film so moving.
If you’re not on the Kali Uchis train yet, it’s time to get on board.
The singer’s latest album, a radio-friendly patchwork of pop, is her softest pivot in years.
It’s easy to dismiss young people as prudes. But our perspectives on sex are more nuanced than naysayers think.
The comedian's latest Netflix special would have been more interesting if he acknowledged his extremely specific circumstances instead of generalizing them into cultural critique.
Amazon Prime’s adaptation of the 2019 Taylor Jenkins-Reid novel is a predictable melodrama that pales in comparison to the history it rips off. (Warning: contains spoilers.)
From that HBO zombie series everyone keeps talking about to Ali Wong and Steven Yeun's dark Netflix comedy.