On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour: How corporate sports outlets are missing opportunities to meet the demand for non-woke sports.
While Saturday’s episode drew eyeballs, the final product was characteristically lacking.
Consumer watchdogs report that more and more extreme content is making its way into ‘kids’ channels. Technology alone cannot solve the complex problem of monitoring children’s media consumption.
Even with pandering like Chloe Zhao’s Oscars speech, will Zhao and Disney be able to right the ship with Communist China?
Enter ‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version),’ which is taking longtime Taylor Swift fans back to a bygone era of 15-year-old crushes and dancing on rainy streets.
A spot at a top university is like a commodity to be purchased and shown as a prize.
Set designers were finally able to draw fans into their vivid dream without the constraints of Newtonian physics. Yet virtual reality isn’t all wonder.
Like average American teenagers, Eilish battles depression, boyfriend problems, driver’s license exams, and anxiety over social media comments. She also loves her mom and dad.
The wrestler-turned-actor uses his new NBC comedy to tease fans who want him to pursue a political career, but is he just teasing?
A quasi-virtual presentation replete with technological hiccups and flat punchlines, Sunday’s Golden Globes left much to be desired.
With sold-out tickets for CPAC and former President Donald Trump set to speak on Sunday, this will undoubtedly be a major platform for the film.
It’s about time we have a conversation about these muppets who, in their ignorance, have perpetuated harmful stereotypes through their puppet privilege.
When Disney announced 52 upcoming films and series, Hollywood press, movie fans, and even Wall Street ate up the hype. Here’s an overview of the big takeaways.
The impending awards show season may be COVID’s last big cultural casualty before the dawn of the new normal.
While new music is a welcome surprise, many have been praising Taylor Swift for magically fixing 2020. She didn’t — and no other pop culture trend can.
What started as a promising television series with an engaging story and interesting characters breaks down into a confused mess that becomes difficult to watch.
In an interview, J.D. Vance says ‘by necessity’ the Netflix movie adaptation of ‘Hillbilly Elegy’ had to reshape his memoir.
The latest installment of the Netflix chronicle of the royals seeks to slime Margaret Thatcher, but the Charles-Diana soap opera undermines the series’ political slant.
‘Hillbilly Elegy’ is a story of endurance, of how much hardship and pain a person can bear without giving up.
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