The long-awaited return of Bravo’s ‘Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ underscores the creeping true-crimeification of the network’s popular reality fare.
Like Rory, the corporate media sees itself as the golden darling, unfazed by the dumpster fires it’s constantly setting by willful ignorance and brassy arrogance.
Netflix’s ‘Cooking with Paris’ is perfectly on-brand, intentionally over-the-top at times, and the perfect introduction to Paris’s next chapter.
Jordan Klepper is the physical embodiment of cringe Resistance comedy.
The journalists are both in and of the community they cover, showing why the cliched death of local news involves a loss that platitudes can hardly capture.
The iconic comedy duo Steve Martin and Martin Short teams up with Selena Gomez in the Hulu series, melding the whodunit twists of ‘Knives Out’ with the cheeky comedy of ‘Clue.’
In order to save America’s most-watched quiz show, Sony must fire Mike Richards as producer and restart the search for a new host from scratch.
In a legendary moment uncovered by the New York Post’s Page Six, ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ star Larry David went after celebrity attorney Alan Dershowitz in Martha’s Vineyard.
After trying out 16 different individuals, ‘Jeopardy!’ executives decided to appoint their own Mike Richards and actress Mayim Bialik as the new permanent hosts.
Satirists will have to get over their unwarranted adulation of people based on skin color alone if they want to have any fun.
Rick’s latest adventure provides backstory and introspection amid a fast-moving plot that left viewers with some new answers and plenty of new questions.
The past six months of auditions only served to reinforce Trebek’s subtle mastery behind the lectern, and illustrate the big shoes “Jeopardy!’s” next host will have to fill.
The rag-tag group of friends and their family drama in ‘Outer Banks’ Season 2 highlights the importance of a teenager’s in-person community.
No party in ‘White Lotus,’ aggrieved or privileged or both, seems poised to emerge unscathed.
A bizarre and disorienting storyline, the latest ‘Rick and Morty’ was probably the best-written episode of the season, absent a few minor hiccups.
While unoccupied, a ship is but ordinary inert matter, but when manned by skilled personnel and commanded by a competent captain, she comes to life.
A small-town crime show shot in Texas has ambitions to find a large audience, hoping to deliver the action people expect with authentic depictions of faith.
Certain writers have left the “Rick and Morty” team, and gone with them is the no-sacred-cows approach to humor of seasons past.
This is Bravo’s clear strategy to fend off critiques from lefty Instagram fan pages and Barnard graduates writing for The Cut. It’s making their product worse. It’s making race relations worse, too.
To use children and parenting as highways to self-serving pleasure is to make light of social foundations we can’t afford to lose.
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