The summer’s most talked-about show exposes the insidious power of wealth and whiteness. That’s what makes it so watchable. (Spoilers, obviously!!!)
One of the first major memoirs of the COVID era reveals how different the pandemic has been for the wealthy and well-connected.
She doesn't need Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. That's precisely what makes her a delight to watch.
I didn't have a bad time watching, but, man, I just wish it were better.
Families who have been separated for well over a year due to COVID travel bans want you to know that #LoveIsNotTourism.
Hacks, Bo Burnham’s Inside, and Mae Martin’s Feel Good tackle the existential crisis of trying to be funny when the world is on fire.
The HBO whodunit replaced the Sunday scaries with prime appointment TV. Here’s why it worked so well.
Please, for the love of god, don’t make me wear low-rise jeans again.
We’re so used to putting our entire lives online, but what if we just…didn’t?
From an HBO detective thriller to a new comedy from Tina Fey.
The former Real Housewife and current Skinnygirl mogul searches for a protégé on HBO Max's The Big Shot With Bethenny. It makes for unexciting TV.
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The long-running reality show had started to feel humdrum and derivative, but the newest season is pure joy.
Khloé Kardashian Plays A Part In Perpetuating Unrealistic Beauty Standards. Why Won’t She Admit That?
It’s hard to buy Khloé’s attempts at body positivity when she and her family profit from women feeling bad about themselves.
It's exciting to see Charlotte from Sex and the City get seduced by a mysterious nanny — until it very much isn't.
“I'm worried about losing my new lease on life.”
Excited? Anxious? All of the above? We want to know for an upcoming BuzzFeed News story.
Yes, it brought us that controversial Taylor Swift joke. Still, it’s as watchable as you’d expect.
The hit HBO Max miniseries is moving, but it overemphasizes the role of internalized homophobia and individual actions — rather than systemic violence — in worsening the first wave of the AIDS crisis. Spoilers ahead.
The French crossover hit and the darkly sexy investment firm drama each emphasize the thrills — and the downsides — of making work your identity.