Television

The Amazing Story Behind The Latest Episode of ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’

In "He Said, She Said," Stephanie Beatriz makes her directorial debut with a challenging, powerful, and hilarious half hour of…

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Trauma, and Humor

In Season 4, Kimmy learns some important life lessons.

Fassbinder’s World on a Wire Deserves More Recognition in the Sci-Fi Canon

An examination of Fassbinder's enigmatic, mind-bending sci-fi opus, World on a Wire. An unhinged computer programmer Professor Vollmer (Adrian Hoven)…

Instruments of Mass Persuasion: Fear and Media in Film

Media has changed less than you think since the 20th century.

Anthony Bourdain’s Inquisitive Media Career

Let’s take a look back at Bourdain’s incredible career, from his socially conscious food and travel shows to the docuseries…

The New York Times to Spotlight ‘Overlooked’ Women in First Scripted Series

The women-helmed anthology series will recognize the trailblazers the Times forgot.

‘Babylon Berlin’ Should Be Your Next Destination On Netflix

The sexy, stylish crime drama shows how the seeds of Nazism were planted in the Weimar Republic.

Serendipity, Sci-Fi, and Silliness: The Holistic Hijinx of ‘Dirk Gently’

Why Dirk Gently should be your go-to small-screen sci-fi for interconnectedness, coincidence, and the rarer, sexier coinky-dinks.

Drew Barrymore’s ‘Black Rose Anthology’ Finds a Perfect Home

Female horror fans, Drew Barrymore has a terrifying future planned for you.