Alyssa Rosenberg writes about culture and politics for The Washington Post, where her work appears here: http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/act-four/. You can follow her on Twitter at @alyssarosenberg.
Justin Simien’s breakout feature has a lot of interesting ideas, but it might have taken a step further.
Director Jason Reitman moves from ignorance about the Internet to a misplaced fear of it.
Ladies who internet continue to be CRAZY, amirite?
In “Iron in the Fire,” we meet Saul and Carrie’s counterparts in Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence, and “Homeland” picks up some long-absent bite.
Archie Panjabi is leaving ‘The Good Wife,’ but during that show’s best seasons, her private investigator was a radical and fun figure.
Anastasia Steele gets to live out Amy Elliot’s fantasy of molding her man to her specifications without having to give up anything in return.
Starz’ new series about an NBA star and his family avoids cliches about athletes’ entourages, and provides a sharp look at the adjustment to fame.
The vice president is teaming up with “Law & Order: SVU” star Mariska Hargitay in a new series of PSAs. We have the exclusive first look.
The harassment of prominent video game critics and producers, as well as ordinary citizens, exacts an extremely high toll in exchange for free speech.
In an increasingly fractured culture, mass phenomena like J.K. Rowling’s novels stay with us because they make us feel connected not just to the character, but to each other.
Two smart new series not only star Latinas, but also get at the real dramas of social mobility and modern marriage.