Her new book is a brilliant autopsy of print journalism. But she stumbles when she takes on the new digital wave.
How an archaeological discovery involving lapis lazuli and an 11th-century skeleton turned into an online drama
As the groundbreaking show celebrates its 20th anniversary, prestige TV has never been more ubiquitous—or insipid. What happened?
Season three of the time-jumping, philosophically inclined series repeats season one's tricks, but gets a boost from its new leading man.
Two new movies reveal the strengths and weaknesses of the film industry's attempts to tackle America's addiction crisis.
The app's increasing commercialization is further evidence that no simple joy is uncomplicated when it's on the internet.
William Kentridge’s new performance piece uses various media to tell the story of the unsung conscripts of World War One.
Anna Burns's Booker-winning novel takes on teenage girlhood, sectarian violence, and history's nameless actors.
An anthology in six parts, the latest from the Coens features a singing horse, sweeping vistas, and a lot of death.