Why do reality television’s most popular stars so uncannily resemble the heroines of the 19th-century writer’s work?
The two-hour work, written and directed by Happy Valley’s Sally Wainwright, is a vibrant dramatization of how three sheltered women became such extraordinary novelists.
Who, in the 21st century, has the right to be left alone?
The new Netflix show suffers from a blank, unsympathetic, and entitled central character.
President Trump’s budget proposal would have a disproportionate impact on organizations in rural and underserved communities.
In his opening monologue on Monday night, the CBS host found the line between comedy and tragedy.
The new NBC series makes a mockumentary out of a poetry professor accused of murdering his wife.
Hannah Horvath's latest decision is an unexpected twist for the HBO show.
As the WB show turns 20, a look at how it dealt with grief in Season 5
Mohsin Hamid’s striking, lyrical new novel explores how lives can be upended in the blink of an eye.
The actor and the late-night host gave healthcare the theater-of-the-absurd treatment.
The British documentarian’s newest project is a fascinating failure.
The riveting four-part Hulu miniseries, imported from England, is inspired by real accusations of sexual assault against high-profile entertainers.
Despite being 3,000 miles away, the president loomed larger in the Dolby Theatre than the Academy itself.
The Broadway revival of the Sondheim musical, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, is a glorious tribute to the process of making art.
In only now canceling the Breitbart editor’s book deal, the publisher is left with no goodwill, no payday, and no valid reason for working with him in the first place.
Caryl Churchill’s newest work explores the solace of community amid an apocalypse.
HBO’s compelling new mystery gives desperate-housewives melodrama an artistic sheen.
In a dazzling, abstract new novel, the Scottish author experiments with time, history, and art to respond to a tumultuous moment.
In season six, the Showtime series seems to have countered accusations of Islamophobia by turning U.S. intelligence agencies into its primary villains.
In its sixth and final season, the HBO show seems to be considering its deeper purpose.