Outside is our living room, salon, gym, dining room, karaoke room, pole dancing studio, and toilet.
Romantic scenes are now my "touch porn," allowing me to imagine the warmth of human contact again.
The pitch-black satire about a Silicon Valley-made digital afterlife is scathing, entertaining, and seems self-aware it's on Amazon.
No matter how slight a band name's connotation to slavery in America may be, now is the time to change it.
When things are out of your control, sometimes a simple distinction—like "right note" vs. "wrong note"—is all you need to feel sane again.
The ESPN documentary turned its attention away from Michael Jordan to his Bulls cohorts Dennis Rodman and Phil Jackson Sunday night. It's no substitute for the NBA playoffs, but we'll take it.
As brands drop sponsored content and suspend product delivery, the influencer economy is going back to the basics. That may not be the worst thing.
From scrunchies, to Baby Yoda, to plushies for grownups, retreating to childhood can be enticing—especially when it feels like everything is falling apart.
Nick Offerman and Sonoya Mizuno star in the cerebral new FX on Hulu miniseries from the ‘Ex Machina’ writer/director.
Jason Segel's AMC drama finds life-affirming power in its many quirks.
She says 'Miss Anthropocene' is about making "climate change fun"—and she can't stop talking about her hopes for an AI-driven future. But she might just be playing with our perceptions.