A potent reminder of what we already knew: we are in deep trouble
Watching the 1990 series for the first time or just preparing for the reboot, we have you covered.
Unpacking the boundary-breaking, controversial show in the wake of its ending.
One of the greatest musician who ever lived is getting a PBS documentary! Denzel Washington speaks the words of John Coltrane and admirers/musicians like Common, Sonny Rollins, Carlos Santana, Bill Clinton, Dr. Cornel West, and Wynton Marsalis contribute reflections on the man called “Trane” to John Scheinfield’s (The U.S. vs. John Lennon, Who is Harry […]
Which is the very reason WHY Hollywood has a diversity problem.
I have been really encouraged by the emphasis on mental illness in television and film, as of late. I was struck by The Millennium Trilogy from Sweden. Based on Steig Larsson’s books, the films were directed by Swedish filmmakers Neils Arden Oplev and Daniel Alfredson and featured Noomi Rapace as the enigmatic and engaging heroine […]
Whedon’s attention to identity–politically and culturally–keeps the show fresh long after it has been dated
It’s been 20 years since BTVS aired. Here’s one moment, remembered.
A new superhero show, just like the old superhero show