We've read the takes and seen the memes. Now it's time to use data to figure out just how much viewers disliked Season 8 relative to the hit show's lofty standards.
Disney's live-action "Aladdin," a tentpole film featuring actors of Tunisian, Egyptian, Indian, and Iranian heritage, is a breakthrough for representation in Hollywood. This is the story of the hundred years before it.
The NBA has become a 24-hour-a-day, 12-month-a-year sport, but is the off-court drama and gossip threatening to eclipse the on-court product? And is the drawn-out and largely drama-free postseason to blame?
Some of the characters' arcs seem to have been foreshadowed in "A Song of Ice and Fire," while others could solely be show inventions.
Will the league's new draft lottery system, designed to discourage tanking, have its intended effect?
The millennial icon and would-be pop music champion is still plugging away, still cutting to all the feels.
How the president uses abortion and the religious right for his own cynical gain.
The Continental's use of gold coins raises more questions than answers — though it's a bit of nonsense that may actually be a sneaky good depiction of real life.
The Backstreet Boys" "Millennium" album, which turns 20 this week, was a diamond-selling, "TRL" mainstay in the pre-Napster era. It also may have helped bring about the bad times that followed.
A guide to the greatest actor of his generation who we don't take seriously enough.
The '90s are back, the weather's getting warmer, and a band of Long Beach burnouts are prime for a cultural comeback.
Did it have to happen like that?
"Charlie Says," a new film from "American Psycho" team Mary Harron and Guinevere Turner, revisits the 1969 murders with a focus on Charles Manson's female followers. It's both an affecting film and a reflection of a long-term creative partnership.
Before HBO came along, there was Roy Dotrice, an actor who created hundreds of voices for the audiobooks of George R.R. Martin's novels, bringing Westeros to life for millions of listeners.
The deus ex pirate highlights a glaring endgame problem: He doesn't add complexity, he removes it.
From "2 Days in the Valley" to "The Devil's Advocate" (with a little "Monster" thrown in for good measure), a search for the moment when Charlize became Charlize.
After "Avengers: Endgame," there's only one place to go if Marvel wants to keep raising the stakes.
On May 4, 1999, a hit was born — an unkillable one.
From "Long Shot" to "Knocked Up" to "High Fidelity," Hollywood has made a fortune turning losers into lover men. But the new Seth Rogen–Charlize Theron movie is a little more thoughtful about the trope than some of its predecessors.
Super blooms across the country are drawing legions of people searching for that perfect photo backdrop — but often at the expense of the plants themselves.