Being a host city may sound glamorous but on the ground it’s a different story.
All I see when I look at Schumer’s photo for the Pirelli calendar is a privileged cis woman smugly staring out at the camera.
The sheer profligacy of Silicon Valley’s biggest names is nothing short of shocking.
On Jessica Jones, the trauma is present from the start and so is the recovery.
There’s something oddly fitting about namechecking a tower of balls covered in spun sugar as a response to a terrorist organization determined to assert itself as a worldwide caliphate.
Has the Bond series run its course yet?
Ansari is filming a programme about the Indian-American immigrant experience, about what it’s like to be a man of colour in the US, even about what it’s like to be a man of colour in theatre and television.
Public broadcasting can afford to take many more risks without worrying about the bottom line.
Please Like Me is just as tender, wry, and thoughtful as ever.
Greer is actively endangering trans women with her hateful comments and reinforcement of social attitudes that lead to deaths, beatings, torture, and discrimination.