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  1. the grub street diet
    Stephanie J. Block Celebrates Taco Tuesday on Monday “Our whole place kind of smells like a Mexican restaurant.”
  2. midnights era
    Wait, Is Taylor Swift Just Giving Us Straight Answers? There’s nothing better than “Midnight Rain.”
  3. opera review
    The Met’s Medea Is the Sondra Radvanovsky Show The company finally got around to mounting the 1797 opera, one of two blood-soaked Greek myths to open this month.
  4. departures
    Trevor Noah Is Leaving The Daily Show After Seven Years “Honestly, I’ve loved hosting the show. It’s been one of my greatest challenges. It’s been one of my greatest joys.”
  5. last night on late night
    How Far Will Miles Teller Go to Promote His Canned Cocktail? There’s no limit to what he’ll make Jimmy Fallon drink.
  6. cancelations
    Netflix Batgirl’d Grendel, Series Not Moving Forward They had already begun filming.
  7. awards chatter
    My Policeman? More Like My Supporting Actors All six principals will be running as supporting actors come awards season.
  8. coming soon
    The Favourite Duo Yorgos Lanthimos and Emma Stone Reuniting for And And our favourite duo, too.
  9. close read
    The Sax Man’s Tribute to Reservation Dogs’ Lost Boy The season-two finale’s closing Tim Cappello performance is both a sly wink and a poignant eulogy.
  10. coming soon
    AHS:NYC? I’m OMW The new season of American Horror Story arrives October 19 on FX.
  11. tv ratings
    The Rings of Power Ratings Are In, and They’re Good Nielsen weighs in on the Lord of the Rings versus Game of Thrones battle.
  12. glee-ality
    How Does Lea Michele’s Funny Girl Review Compare to Rachel Berry’s? Ryan Murphy, you can’t keep getting away with this.
  13. oscar futures
    The New Rules of Oscars Season As we stand on the precipice of another awards season, here are four crucial lessons to remember about the way the Academy works now.
  14. vulture lists
    The 35 Best Movies Over 3 Hours Long Got some extra time? Lose yourself in these cinematic spectacles.
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  • profile Nathan Fielder Is Out of His Mind (and Inside Yours) The comedian is known for his often hilarious, sometimes mean, always uncomfortable stunts. The Rehearsal is his grandest experiment yet.
  • putting the atoms together ‘No Aliens, No Spaceships, No Invasion of Earth’ An oral history of Contact, the sci-fi movie that defied Hollywood norms and made it big anyway.
  • profile Hot Joel Summer Joel Kim Booster’s deliciously bawdy debut film, Fire Island, maps Pride and Prejudice’s class tensions onto the vacation hideaway for gay men.
  • community theater ‘We Should Hate It, But It Works’ An oral history of the inexplicably star-studded, hallucinogenic ending of Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again.
  • feature The Undoing of Joss Whedon The Buffy creator, once an icon of Hollywood feminism, is now an outcast accused of misogyny. How did he get here?
  • close reads Hanya’s Boys The novelist tends to torture her gay male characters — but only so she can swoop in to save them.