Television picked up where the movies left off and has taken romantic comedies into new and emotionally bold directions.
It would have been extremely difficult for the former NFL head coach to credibly launch the career of the league’s first openly gay player.
Two new fall television shows are bringing violence to prime time. Only “Gotham” gets it right.
If “The Leftovers” returned the idea of goodness to cable, “The Strain” gives us evil we do not have to try to understand.
Richard Linklater’s latest is a lot of things, including an argument that it is hard to build a life from policy recommendations.
Tremendous young actors and actresses are making their mark on everything from “Game of Thrones” to indie films. Will Hollywood match their ambitions? Or crush them?
What happens if TV follows the film business model and starts to rely more on overseas audiences?
FX’s crime show leans heavily on the idea of baroque violence and ends up dwarfed by a real humanitarian crisis.
NBC and ABC take very different approaches to diversity in the executive, creative and on-screen ranks.
The venerable comics company has committed to greater diversity and political storylines. In an age of shrinking sales, it’s a good strategy.