‘Tiger King’ is like ‘Making A Murderer’ meets ‘Eastbound and Down.’ As much of the country finds itself with extra time on its hands, ‘Tiger King’ is marking its place in television history.
Dressed as a tie-dye bear, Sarah Palin rapped about butts on national television Wednesday night.
Amazon Prime is reviving the edgy sketch comedy show, but 30 years later, the parody has become reality.
For a fan who is skeptical of a remake when the original is already so good, Hulu’s ‘High Fidelity’ offers just enough of the unexpected while retaining the great licks of the original.
A new study suggests heavy makeup can make you appear less human. It tells us less about judgments of made-up women than about how women’s impressions may be hampered onscreen.
If politics is downstream of culture, it’s well worth examining the media we’re marinating in as ballots are cast on Super Tuesday.
The show ‘Bluff City Law’ demonstrates what happens when stories with great potential derail, thanks to the injection of so-called gutsy leftist messaging.
Aside from being a reasonable way to test ‘Bachelor’ Pete’s devotion, Madison’s request was in everyone’s best emotional interest.
‘The Chosen’ is pioneering an innovative delivery method with potentially groundbreaking implications for content creators, particularly faith-based ones.
Peak TV is a permanent condition. There will be no escaping the scourge of option paralysis or the perils of splintered viewing.
Sure, it’s a soap opera, but maybe a soap opera about hyper-violent drug dealers is what we need today.
Watching a cross-dressing gay man interact with their favorite TV characters is sure to affect impressionable young minds.
I unfortunately expected to see a carnal halftime show. I didn’t expect to see viewers shocked that prime time television could include such a sexualized performance.
Jennifer Lopez can rest easy knowing the Super Bowl towers over the Oscars in terms of cultural importance.
As if Victoria and Peter hadn’t had enough roller coasters for one day, the manipulative masterminds behind ‘The Bachelor’ took the duo on an emotional one, booking country singer — and Victoria’s ex — Chase Rice.
Not much is bigger than the Star Trek universe. ‘Picard’ is more than the continuation of one man’s journey. It’s the movement of a narrative that spans and inspires generations.
After the hero is killed in ‘The Magicians,’ season five opens in a reckless assortment of ensemble stories that neither capture the imagination nor drive a cohesive plot forward.
It’s like they went to the woke checklist to check every single box, stir in the appearance that everyone who lives in Texas is a racist pig, and spit out a terrible television show.
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