Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, 1917, Succession, Fleabag, and Chernobyl dominate a wild night.
Our favorite genre had one hell of a decade.
It’s hard to love a scumbag, but easy to squeeze one.
Jesse Armstrong’s divisive series is exactly what the network needs right now.
The Roys still stand on the principle that “money wins.”
Wes Anderson’s beloved dark comedy has emerged as one of the great modern coming-of-age stories.
Summer used to be a boring wasteland when it came to TV. Not anymore.
Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, and Steve Lemme go behind the scenes of their highly anticipated sequel.
Broken Lizard’s sequel to their 2001 cult hit feels leftover from a very different comic era.
Jackson’s daughter Paris says the white actor’s casting as her black father “makes me want to vomit.”
Elizabeth, Michael & Marlon, the film tells the story of an alleged road trip taken by Jackson, Elizabeth Taylor, and Marlon Brando following the September 11th terror attacks.
A feastful debate involving Brian Cox, Anthony Hopkins, and Mads Mikkelsen.