The genre changed much more than entertainment
We now live in a reality that prizes emotion over reason and images over words
The one where we retain our sanity in a stupid world
One racist tweet later, TV’s most popular show is no more — but the new ‘Roseanne’ had already done irreparable damage before that
Post-MFA, a writer spends time in the captioning trenches
The forgotten phenomenon of scrambled TV stations
From a fat high-schooler who stayed fat
The NBA’s biggest star has emerged as one of the town’s hottest producers, setting up a dozen film and TV projects and starring in a new…
Crazy Rich Asians and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before are bringing Asian-American representation back to the spotlight.
The BoJack Horseman creator on Times Up, bad men, and his apology tour
Your Fat Friend writes about the social realities of living as a very fat person. www.yourfatfriend.com
Can television shows like ‘Orange Is the New Black’ and ‘Faking It’ push forensic anthropologists — and the rest of us — to rethink our…
It’s nearly impossible to deliver a spoiler-free review of the new Amazon series Forever, starring Maya Rudolph and Fred Armised, because…
Even if we share an orientation, we’re not a monolith.
How a cartoon helped me find comfort in an age of news and technology
Are Bert and Ernie really a couple?
The actress and comedian can move up and down the scales of race, age and gender with hilarious ease — a talent that grew from finding her…
My recap and review of the 70th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards