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In Their New Show,
, Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle Are Middle-School Rejects
But in real life, they’re on the verge of being
Built Our Reality-Denying World
It gave all of us — including Alex Jones, flat-earthers, lizard-people conspiracists, even Rachel Maddow — a new way to see (or not see) everything.
Padma Lakshmi, Scars and All
host gives a very personal food tour of New York City.
Inside Netflix’s TV-Swallowing, Market-Dominating Binge Factory
The streaming service is hiring everybody in Hollywood to make more shows than any network ever has, and it already knows which ones you’ll like.
The Writers of
Sex and the City
Imagine Story Lines for a 2018 Season
Charlotte and Miranda have found that making mom friendships is at least as hard as dating.
J. Cole Just Wants to Be Himself
The 33-year-old rapper on his new album, SoundCloud disses, and how he stopped caring what other people think.
: An Oral History
“It was like zebras in the Serengeti. We wanted to see this in action. Where does that happen? The Jersey Shore.”
How 50 Famous Female Characters Were Described in Their Screenplays
All the surprising ways these well-known characters were introduced on the page.
Quincy Jones on the Secret Michael Jackson and the Problem With Modern Pop
Currently in the midst of an extended victory lap ahead of his turning 85 in March, the music legend talks like he has nothing to lose.
The Best Part of
Was Talking About
Your one and only source for recaps of the Greatest Show of Our Time.
a long talk
A Conversation With Ann Dowd and Margo Martindale
TV’s biggest scene-stealers are honored to be compared to each other. Just don’t call them character actors.
How to End a TV Show: An Exclusive Look at the Making of
The hardest part about making Damon Lindelof’s Apocalypse-obsessed follow-up to
was figuring out how it should end.
Elisabeth Moss Is the Queen of Peak TV
The Handmaid’s Tale
star built the most enviable résumé in television and discovered her personal feminism along the way.
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Jenny Slate Talks About Her Breakup With Chris Evans
She’s got two new films and a new home and, oh, by the way, she’s fresh off a split with Captain America.