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George Santos treated politics like reality TV. And he won.

Blue Eye Samurai is one of the smartest Netflix shows in years

Netflix’s Squid Game reality show is kinda great. Oh no.

What Matt Rife’s baffling Netflix special tells us about comedy

When is a nose just a nose? A brief history of non-Jews playing Jews onscreen.

The Crown increasingly becomes a fantastical apologetic for the royal family

Explaining “Twin Flames,” the subject of Netflix’s disturbing new documentary

What the Hasan Minhaj controversy says about the trouble with storytelling

The long, long Hollywood strikes have ended

Hollywood is missing the big picture on the opioid crisis

The Curse is a fully bizarre and brilliant maze of a show

The surprising science that explains why we love thrillers

The third season of Starstruck isn’t a rom-com anymore

Netflix’s The Fall of the House of Usher lacks the passionate weirdness of Poe

The actors strike negotiations have broken down

The Golden Bachelor is kinder, gentler, grayer reality TV

Jenna Lyons is the last great Real Housewife

The Hollywood writers’ strike is over — and they won big

Two young missionaries made headlines. Two new docs look at why.

Love Is Blind season 5 is all about red flags

What’s the state of the Hollywood strikes?

On Hulu’s The Other Black Girl, the hair is the point

Bethenny Frankel’s reality TV union is easier said than done

Suits is an unlikely time capsule for a troubled decade

Even Elon Musk can’t fully wreck Twitter’s one great superpower

It’s not just famous actors and big-name writers the Hollywood strikes are hurting

King the Land is a Netflix hit about love and labor rights

The creator of Black Mirror is okay with tech. People, on the other hand ...

Why this show about queer teens appeals to all ages — even if it stings

The Chosen, the Christian megahit about Jesus, explained

The enduring allure of a good love triangle

How To With John Wilson is still unlike anything else on TV

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The nuclear bomb’s enduring, evolving place in pop culture

Why are fictional presidents so young?

And Just Like That finally remembers Steve doesn’t deserve this 

TV and movie sets used to be messy. What happened?

Hollywood’s writers are on strike. Here’s why that matters.

Hollywood’s historic double strike, explained

Hollywood is staring down the barrel of a double strike

The Bear’s second season is about the people it takes to make you great