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This first episode of ACS: Versace is absolutely gorgeous.
Light a sautéed-garlic-and-self-tanner-scented candle: It’s time for the RHONJ reunion!
This episode sure teaches us a lot about Riverdale’s sex-work-based economy.
“Plus One” is the most old-fashioned X-Files episode in years.
Is Jeana already the front-runner for cycle 24?
What’s with Dorit and her need to always be completely blameless?
An unflinching, sad, and totally compassionate episode.
There is at least an hour of grand finale-ing.by
The Studio Ghibli successor has big shoes to fill — and a long shadow to escape.by
Part of the film is a crackerjack courtroom drama. What’s dull is the trajectory.by
Taraji P. Henson holds her pedestal but doesn’t do much on top of it, while Billy Brown smolders in a vacuum.by
The Liam Neeson action vehicle takes its mundane setting to heart, and is all the better for it.by
Never are you going to see the likes of Sally Hawkins, Jim Broadbent, and Hugh Grant having this much earnest fun.by
Alex Pettyfer and James Freedson-Jackson star as a mysterious pair of travelers in this paranoia-soaked, haunting film.by
The Studio Ghibli successor has big shoes to fill — and a long shadow to escape.by Emily Yoshida
Eric Church, Maren Morris, and Brothers Osborne will perform together.
That Black Hood couch crawl made me shriek in delight.
“If you say you’re a feminist, then f*ck like a feminist, and if you don’t want to do that, take off your f*cking pin.”
Saoirse Ronan was very bad at playing Ellen’s matchmaker game.
The 9-1-1 star on the Time’s Up campaign, getting political, and the “only true secret” about her hair.
The Today show co-hosts say “something lovely and positive” has come out of a “difficult time.”
Farrow told her story to CBS This Morning’s Gayle King.
How to read like an architect.
“I found it charming when men told me that I was beautiful or I had a nice little backside.”
Whether you want to or not.
A Miami reporter explains what ACS: Versace got right and wrong in “The Man Who Would Be Vogue.”
It’s an honor just to be nominated.
“Everything we used we found on our own, whether through the internet or our vintage sources.”
Definitely not a peak day for peak TV.
That Reese Witherspoon is a producing machine.
“It’s the decision that I have made in my life that is the most inconsistent with everything I stand for and believe in.”
Jonny Greenwood’s Phantom Thread score balances both halves of the movie’s heart gorgeously.