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  1. representation
    BoJack Horseman’s Biggest Mystery: Is Todd Supposed to Be Latino?A candid answer from BoJack creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg.
  2. oscars 2019
    The New Archetypes of Oscar SeasonWho will be The People’s Champion this year? And which film is the Problematic Oscar Fave?
  3. growing up
    Can Bhad Bhabie Rap?She’s exceeded the low bar of the click-based content mills which produced her lurid doppelgängers.
  4. close reads
    Maya Rudolph Is a Revelation on ForeverI hate to break out this hoary cliché, but it fits.
  5. fish sex
    The Best Sex I Ever Read: Mrs. CalibanIn which a woman meets a hot amphibian.
  6. tv review
    Maniac Is a Hell of a DrugThis trippy series starring Jonah Hill and Emma Stone is unlike anything else on Netflix.
  7. encounters
    Inside the All Souls Convention With 400 Witches, Daemons, and Vampires“I’ve never experienced anything like it in my life.”
  8. movie review
    Keira Knightley Brings Spirit to the Politely Sexy ColetteIn her collaboration with director Wash Westmoreland, Knightley plays a gifted French novelist whose husband publicly takes credit for her work.
  9. book excerpt
    The Deals Behind Steven Spielberg’s Biggest YearHow Michael Ovitz helped get Jurassic Park and Schindler’s List made.
  10. vulture investigates
    Are Muppets Sexual?A very serious investigation.
  11. album review
    Noname’s New Album, Room 25, Is Evocative and ConfessionalHer songs are short and intimate, but they never seem slight.
  12. everything we know
    Yeezus 2? Everything We Know About Kanye’s Yandhi Album2018 will never end.
  13. vulture recommends
    10 Fall Novelists Share Their Most Anticipated Fall BooksFrom Gary Shteyngart to Tana French.
  14. a star is born
    Beyoncé, Will Smith, Tom Cruise: Everyone Almost Cast in A Star Is BornA timeline is born.
  15. lit parade
    The Books Most Everyone Will Be Arguing About This FallIn a special, forward-looking seasonal edition of Lit Parade.
  16. emmys 2018
    The Highs, Lows, and Lower Lows of the 2018 EmmysThis year was … not great.
  17. emmys 2018
    The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, American Crime Story Lead 2018 Emmy Award WinnersCongrats!
  18. tv
    Bob Greenblatt Saved NBC. Now What?The TV exec opens up about the Peacock’s dark days, a possible Saved by the Bell reboot, and the future of streaming.
  19. tiff 2018
    The Winners, Losers, and Surprises of the Toronto Film FestivalFrom Handsomest Sociopath to Worst Wig.
  20. vulture lists
    20 Great Shows the Emmys Never Nominated for Outstanding SeriesThe Wire, The Simpsons, and other egregious snubs.
  21. class is in session
    Welcome to Vulture’s First Spoiler Book Club: Severance by Ling Ma“This whole book was my favorite ‘Why I Left New York’ essay of all time.”
  22. who is the turd burglar?
    Let’s Talk About the End of American Vandal Season 2The Turd Burglar investigation is a nuanced look at teens and social media, until it isn’t.
  23. books
    A Premature Attempt at the 21st Century Literary CanonWherein a panel of learned critics tells us what belongs on a list of the 100 most important books of the 2000s … so far.
  24. profile
    After Decades of Silence, Soon-Yi Previn SpeaksAs controversies tumbled around her, the daughter of Mia Farrow and wife of Woody Allen stayed quiet. No more.
  25. tiff 2018
    If Beale Street Could Talk Is Romance on Top, Despair Beneath the SurfaceIn Barry Jenkins’s work, loss is a given. He lyricizes it and sometimes seems to wallow in it.
  26. album review
    Finding Beauty in Low’s Unsettling Machine BluesTwenty-five years in, they’ve still got it.
  27. where's the beef?
    Two Weeks of Unseasoned Rap Beef: Eminem vs. Machine Gun Kelly vs. G-EazyTheir beige beef has hit critical mass.
  28. get to know an oscar movie
    Oscars: Can First Man Take a Giant Leap in the Awards Race?First Man has a chance to end the season as the year’s most-nominated film.
  29. movie review
    A Simple Favor Is a Breezy, Soapy NoirDespite its sunny Connecticut suburb setting, it’s a straight-ahead noir, in its chatty, perverse, popcorn-y original recipe.
  30. set design
    How Kidding Invented Its Very Own Children’s Puppet ShowStep one: Hire an Emmy-winning Sesame Street veteran.
  31. tv review
    Norm Macdonald Has a Show Is a Comedy RelicHe feels like a talk-show host who belongs to an older era.
  32. in conversation
    Norm Macdonald, In ConversationAt the end of a controversial week, the comedian gives what he’s said may be his last-ever print interview.
  33. profile
    John C. Reilly Is Everybody’s Better HalfHe says he works best in duos, and he’s in three this fall: Stan & Ollie, Holmes and Watson, and The Sisters Brothers.
  34. interview
    An Interview With Mac Miller“Everything has so much weight, but it’s all just chapters.”
  35. movie review
    The Children Act Is a Compelling Moral DramaIan McEwan’s adapted story is stagy and austere, taking place in gleaming flats and courtrooms, like a Nancy Meyers movie with more court wigs.
  36. anniversaries
    Conan’s 25th Anniversary: O’Brien’s Writers on Their Favorite Moments“Only the writers knew how funny he was back then.”
  37. movies
    The Problem With ‘Reimagining’ Lizzie BordenIt’s been 126 years since someone took an ax — and we’re still obsessed with “fresh” takes on Lizzie Borden’s story.
  38. tv review
    BoJack Horseman Season 5 Goes Deep on Grief, Addiction, and Sight GagsThe BoJack-centric storylines are terrific, and the stand-alone episodes about other characters are even better.
  39. get to know an oscar movie
    Oscars: Roma Is Netflix’s Best Chance at Cracking the Best Picture RaceThe tech giant is going to get Alfonso Cuarón’s movie into as many Academy screening rooms as possible before it hits laptops and phones in December.
  40. in conversation
    Emma Thompson on Her New Films and the Lies Women Are Told“I don’t think,” says the star of the upcoming The Children Act and King Lear, “that I have ever enjoyed being alive as much as I do now.”
  41. tiff 2018
    TIFF Review: The New Halloween Evokes the Genius and Dumbness of the OriginalDavid Gordon Green takes memorable images from Carpenter’s Halloween and turns them on their heads
  42. bachelor nation
    Bachelor in Paradise Ended the Summer of Scam in Epic, Appalling FashionJenna almost had everyone fooled!
  43. get to know an oscar movie
    Oscars: Can Beale Street Recapture Moonlight’s Magic?Barry Jenkins’s ode to black love filled Toronto audiences with tears.
  44. emmys 2018
    Emmy Predictions: Who Will and Should Win in the Limited Series Categories?Can American Crime Story sweep its nominated categories?
  45. vulture lists
    19 Book-to-Film Adaptations Still to Come in 2018Alert the Oscars.
  46. tv review
    Forever Is Really Great, But We’re Not Allowed to Tell You WhyMaya Rudolph and Fred Armisen’s Amazon show is shrouded in secrecy. But trust us: It’s one of the best of the fall.
  47. suspiria
    A Beginner’s Guide to Dario ArgentoWith Suspiria on the horizon, we’ve compiled a review of the Italian director’s work.
  48. tiff 2018
    A Star Is Born Is One Hell of a Magic TrickI have zero doubts about the first half — it couldn’t be more charming.
  49. tiff 2018
    TIFF Review: Widows Is a Thoroughly Entertaining CaperMcQueen wouldn’t do a mere genre movie, of course.
  50. get to know an oscar movie
    Is Widows an Oscar Movie?Steve McQueen’s heist thriller wowed crowds at Toronto. But is it too cold for Oscar?
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