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When Every Day Is Groundhog Day

For Danny Rubin, who wrote the beloved movie and the new musical, every day is Groundhog Day.

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Todd McFarlane (Still) Answers to No One

The brash artist once revolutionized comic books. More than 25 years later, his business is different, but his attitude isn’t.

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At 70, Sally Field Gets Her Dream Role

The actress has coveted the part of Amanda in The Glass Menagerie for years. As it turns out, she’s tackling it on Broadway at just the right moment.

By Jada Yuan

Video Games Are Better Than Real Life

Many Americans have replaced work hours with game play — and ended up happier. Which wouldn’t surprise most gamers.

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Talking to the Gatekeepers of TV Comedy

The network executives behind Atlanta, Transparent, and more discuss how they find new talent, the best way to pitch a show, and why Louie’s spiritual successors don’t feel exciting anymore.

By Josef Adalian

Archie’s Long, Dark Journey to Riverdale

How a 76-year-old gang of teenagers wound up fighting the undead, meeting the Ramones, and starring in a sex-infused murder-mystery show on the CW.

By Abraham Riesman

Who Didn’t Lose 2016?

Our annual, extremely scientific bracket to determine who lost the least this year.

By Rembert Browne