For a new Netflix series, the actor dropped his lightsaber and picked up the cigarettes and scissors.
The outlandish emergencies of “9-1-1” and “9-1-1: Lone Star” are oddly comforting in a terrifying time.
Like her character, Jo Ellen Pellman identifies as queer, and she is making her film debut in the Netflix musical alongside A-listers like Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman.
Ryan Murphy takes on the Broadway hit “The Prom,” with help from Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman and Keegan-Michael Key.
There are few big-budget contenders and the ceremony may be reduced, but the list of nominees could be more diverse than ever.
Stunning 1940s design and heightened performances can’t save this stylistic mishmash.
The series director criticized ViacomCBS’s announcement that it would broadcast “The Comey Rule” in late November. On Wednesday, the air date was moved to September.
How dystopian and utopian shows like “Westworld” and “Hollywood” can help us map out a better future.
“Joining the ranks of every other clichéd gay in L.A.,” Fran Tirado is writing scripts and monitoring the platform’s L.G.B.T.Q. content.
Set in the 1940s, the series envisions an alternate history for women of color in the movies. Harrier talked about what she learned from the role — and what it was like to wear those amazing clothes.
Ryan Murphy’s latest for Netflix starts an intriguing journey into an alternative 1940s Tinseltown, then swerves into schmaltz.