Vulture’s resident You expert fields readers’ queries, concerns, and theories about the Lifetime turned Netflix hit.
Something wicked is lurking in the Spellman house this Yule.
A Trump-less night celebrating the Hamilton team, Cher, Reba McEntire, Philip Glass, jazz legend Wayne Shorter, and art as a transgressive force.
On its way to what feels like an inevitable conclusion, You revealed itself to be as toxic as the masculinity it purports to be taking down.
If you don’t watch the show anymore but still wanna know, we’ve got you covered.
Joe’s deep dark secret is finally revealed.
Nothing in this farewell season needed to be about Frank Underwood.
Literally everyone left on this show is capable of murder.
This season has somehow become obsessed with pregnancy.
Can we talk about Duncan’s hair for a second? It has Chalamet aspirations it can never reach.
Old faces come back to haunt Claire and Doug, reminding these unlikely partners that their pasts can’t stay buried forever.
In House of Cards, as in life, everything improves when bumbling, boring men get out of the way.
Is this entire season going to be about the man House of Cards fired?
One hundred days into Claire Underwood’s presidency and the people’s reviews are … mixed.
Joe and Beck have a dramatic reunion after some time apart.
The season comes to a dramatic conclusion that brings some big changes to Sabrina’s life and relationships.
The whole Tommy situation starts to spin out of control, forcing Sabrina to make some hard choices.
How far will Sabrina go to undo the damage of the mine collapse? Pretty far, it turns out.
Sabrina participates in a lottery and learns a gross truth about witch life while the mortals celebrate Thanksgiving.
Sabrina and Harvey explore the mine while Sabrina explores the possibility that she and Nick could become more than just friends.