The Netflix series about a young single mom and her teenage daughter has drawn comparisons to Gilmore Girls. It's messier than that.
Two actors that had alleged the Oscar nominee's acting school sexually exploited female students have reached a preliminary settlement agreement. It is unclear if monetary payments are involved.
The original Super Mario 3D World was one of the many good Wii U games that never got a chance, because no one bought the console. Now, it's getting a new lease on life as a Switch re-release.
Not long after the Netflix Regency romance premiered on Christmas, two young songwriters asked on TikTok: "Ok but what if Bridgerton was a musical?" Millions of people wanted to know the answer.
A gay couple (Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci) take a trip through Great Britain's Lake District as they deal with the knowledge that one of them is dying.
Leah Johnson never saw herself in the novels she grew up with, so she wrote her own. Her debut is about the joy and frustration of growing up Black and queer in a place where that's not the norm.
The action star came under fire for saying today's political climate in the U.S. is similar to Nazi Germany's treatment of Jews.
Our occasional series on storytelling in video games returns with a look at the eerie indie hit Kentucky Route Zero, which is ostensibly about a guy making a delivery — but there's so much more.
Super Bowl LV was Sunday, and as always, a lot of viewers tuned in for the over-the-top ads. Bud Light and Robinhood were standouts, but Dolly Parton fell flat with a rework of her hit "9 to 5."
Euphoria's Sam Levinson and Zendaya re-team for this exhausting relationship drama, written and shot during the pandemic.
In Mike Nichols: A Life, author Mark Harris presents an engrossing tale of the auteur as an outsider from the start who grew to find much success in Hollywood, despite some slumps.
The Netflix adaptation of Kristin Hannah's novel, starring Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke, doesn't follow the novel's narrative shape, but it has trouble finding one of its own.
The singer says she was offered the honor by the Trump administration but was unable to accept, first because her husband was ill and then because the pandemic made traveling to the ceremony unsafe.
Dustin Diamond played the awkward sidekick Screech in the hit sitcom. He died Monday of cancer, after having been diagnosed three weeks ago.
NPR poet-in-residence Kwame Alexander's latest community poem started with a request to consider what follows after the words "I dream a world."