After being told there wouldn’t be a Series Two, Top of the Lake is back with another intense, thoughtful, thrilling exploration of crime, identity, and culture in “China Girl.”
Why is Hollywood casting an Asian woman in a Native American role, and why are audiences sitting down for it?
On Game of Thrones season seven, it was the women who ruled the day, at last.
Game of Thrones is culminating with an incestuous relationship. Game of Thrones fam, we cool?
Can Rick & Morty live up to the promise of its first season? Anna Hamilton argues yes, evidenced by a surprisingly nuanced exploration of divorce via Mad Max.
Hulu’s adaptation of The Handmaid’s Tale is getting a lot of buzz. Anna Hamilton thinks it’s justly deserved.
It’s a little uneven, but the return of cult classic Mystery Science Theater 3000 is laying the groundwork for greatness.
Ava DuVernay and Queen Sugar are a testimony to the power of Black media.
A televised ‘obesity autopsy’ in Britain is attracting comment and concern from the fat community, which fears that it will contribute to fat stigma.
Stranger Things is a nostalgia supercut, but does that mean we need to analyze it to shreds, or can we just enjoy it for what it is?