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At last, good news abounds for Larry David.
Will Dory and her friends actually get away with murder?
Negan’s return offers a tantalizing glimpse into his backstory.
The sexual tension between Demelza and Hugh Armitage finally reaches a breaking point.
Great job teaching germ theory to 18th-century sailors, Claire.
Chance turns on the charm for his first Saturday Night Live hosting gig.
Is anyone really good enough for Jane?
The doc brings you into Jim Carrey’s head in a way that Man on the Moon didn’t.by
Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, and Jacob Tremblay tug insistently on our heartstrings.by
It feels like a movie-length binge-watch, which makes its home on Netflix peculiarly appropriate.by
But it has at least one great song.by
It’s as if the actors know they’re coming from behind.by
The Chilean awards contender is a little too chilly for its own good.by
Kenneth Branagh’s update on the classic story is a good bet for those unfamiliar, but a bit of a snooze otherwise.by
Denis Villeneuve’s vision is more sentimental and less striking than Blade Runner.by David Edelstein
The reboot tries to build on one of TV’s biggest soapy fortunes, rather than leech of it like a trust fund brat.by Matt Zoller Seitz
After years out of the spotlight, the pop-country singer returns to a markedly different musical landscape.by Craig Jenkins
A technical gimmick undermines the material instead of enhancing it.by Sara Holdren
Longtime period drama director James Ivory co-wrote the screenplay for CMBYN.
Diana of Themyscira has to deflect bad reviews.
The latest superhero show has potential as a high-school drama, but requires some patience.
From Ojka to The Do-Over.
It’s a match made in Vulture heaven.
“It’s like a constant car wreck.”
The comedian talked about C.K. while discussing her new show Turning Point.
The infamous cult leader and convicted murderer died on Sunday of natural causes.
Waithe and Common talked about the rise of black art and their new show The Chi.
David’s sexuality was never meant to be a bold statement. It was just the truth of the character.
A Wendy with a hint of her emerging womanhood; a Lizzy who stays girlish and a little silly.
“It was only supposed to be there to entertain people.”
The Korean boyband performed “DNA” at the American Music Awards.
Her grandchild made sure she had her fanny pack while she received her lifetime achievement award.
“We feel like we told you exactly who did it!”
The writers assumed they’d have to insult Hillary Clinton, not Trump.
During her performance of “Beautiful Trauma,” she gracefully leapt and flipped off a skyscraper.