The once-beloved character played by Cynthia Nixon has made some baffling decisions. (Mild spoilers for the season finale.)
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.
From a new period drama by the creator of Downton Abbey to a hilarious new ABC comedy.
We dissect the weirdest show on TV right now.
“I've invested too much hope only to be burned. I'm not going to hold stock in the future anymore.”
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.
From the new HBO adaptation of Station Eleven to a Showtime show about cannibalism.
From a novelistic account of the opioid crisis to fanciful short stories, these are the books we loved this year.
And Just Like That, we’ve got another cringey reboot.
Choose between Vanessa Hudgens playing three characters or 56-year-old Liz Hurley playing 66-year-old Kelsey Grammer’s daughter!
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From new seasons of Insecure and Big Mouth to a new drama with Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd.
Stewart’s most challenging role yet, in Spencer, is a triumph — and a reminder that she’s always been a serious talent.
In Guilford, Connecticut, parents running for the town’s Board of Education on an anti–critical race theory campaign were resoundingly defeated. But that hasn’t happened everywhere.
Panic over critical race theory has bitterly divided the seaside town of Guilford, Connecticut. A pivotal school board election could change everything.
The HBO documentary Nuclear Family is a fascinating exploration of who has the right to raise a child. (Spoilers.)
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.
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