On the strength of Star Wars, Marvel, and nearly a century’s worth of animated nostalgia, Disney Plus pulled in 10 million subscribers on day one — despite its tech problems.
The first episode of ‘The Mandalorian’ is full of Easter eggs and callbacks to the rich history of Star Wars, and with Dave Filoni as the director, you can bet some of them are deep, deep cuts in the lore of that galaxy far, far away.
The country pop seems to keep getting poppier, even while a handful of traditionalists find success making excellent music that honors the genre’s roots.
15 years after “The Office,” the show’s stars, Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey kickstarted a re-watch podcast called “Office Ladies.”
With an eye towards great storytelling that families can enjoy together, here are 44 timeless titles currently still in the vault. Hopefully they’ll land on Disney Plus sooner rather than later.
In a bizarre, ahistoric universe, our protagonist helps a Latina Kirsten Gillibrand confront a right-wing nationalist-populist — in Venezuela, of all places.
Action-packed drama from director Kasi Lemmons shows how ‘She Moses’ Harriet Tubman leaned on her wits — and spirituality — to help 70 enslaved people find freedom.
Reactions from conservatives and Christians to Kanye West’s new leaf have ranged from overblown to overly cynical. I understand both.
The more content like “Schitt’s Creek” is streamed, the less we know about our cultural tastes, and the less we know about our culture more generally.
Science fiction often shows us a human tale through an imaginary lens. But writing believable humans without capitalism and community is next to impossible.
When DreamWorks refused to cut a Chinese propaganda scene from a new movie, Vietnam and Malaysia decided to boycott the film. American consumers should boycott too.
Maybe “The Rise of Skywalker” will bind all the tedious storylines of the first two Star Wars sequels into a cohesive and rewarding coda. But probably not.
In coming months, 10-plus major rivals will seek to upend the top streaming service. Amid a sea of headlines about new shows and deals, here are five big-picture updates.
However much your child may like Big Bird, in an age of overwhelming diversity in the programming available to consumers, PBS doesn’t deserve a single penny from taxpayers.
A new museum exhibit tells the tale of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, fostering an appreciation for his artistic collaborative efforts and his truly groundbreaking works of architecture and design.
When Republicans praise Trump for being a fighter, it is because he is willing to aggressively challenge the left’s dishonest tactics in a way the Jeff Flakes of the GOP do not.
If it were only ‘Star Wars’ being destroyed, we might pass over it as a mere unfortunate mistake, but hardly a major fictional franchise or character remains that has not suffered, from Marvel Comics to James Bond.
Much of our current divisiveness and polarization stems from the imbalance between the left’s media power and the right’s political power.
A Slate article insists ‘we’re much, much funnier than we used to be.’ That’s not even remotely true. Political correctness has lead to the death of sitcoms and comedic movies.
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