In between the child-murdering and torture-sex, “Scandal” asked big questions about power and race. She should expand on them.
Seeing the former first daughter happy feels like payback for her years as a target.
One of the greatest novelists of the last century saw himself as a journalist and recognized that the fantastical was sometimes the best way to express the truth.
Learning someone else is gay provides a tangible connection between sex and love. But what happens when you learn a friend or relative makes adult films?
"Outnumbered" sounds like a conservative parody of feminism, and a genius act of trolling.
Henry Jennings gets in trouble, but not nearly as much as his parents.
"Fargo" is a joke on the fantasy that it would be fun to act like Walter White or Tony Soprano.
The creators of “The Americans,” who uncovered a great local ad for Wednesday’s episode, explain their approach to this season’s use of pop culture.
Commentators on the left and right are declaring conservatives defeated in the culture wars. But that does not make pop culture liberal.
The renowned documentarian’s latest film premieres on PBS on Tuesday.