Television

Selena’s Legacy Lives On, In ‘Selena: The Series’ And Beyond

by Stephen Thompson and Maria Garcia Selena Quintanilla was known as the “Queen Of Tejano Music,” a major

A Black Samurai Fighting Giant Mechas? ‘Yasuke’ Asks, Why Not?

by Andrew Limbong At first, it’s not clear who’s fighting whom. All you know is that it’s Kyoto,

‘The Falcon And The Winter Soldier’ Finale Makes A Poignant Reveal

by Eric Deggans Warning: There are spoilers aplenty here regarding the final episode in the first season of

‘Lovecraft Country’ Creator Aims To Reclaim The Horror Genre For People Of Color

Sam Briger The HBO series Lovecraft Country takes the real horrors of the Black experience in the 1950s and adds to it the supernatural terrors of the horror genre. Series creator Misha Green says she sees the show — and the novel by Matt Ruff upon which it is based — as a chance to reclaim “the

Fran Lebowitz’s ‘Pretend It’s A City’ Is The NYC Trip You Can’t Take Right Now

by Terry Gross Iconoclastic humorist Fran Lebowitz used to be known as a writer. Back in the late 1970s and

‘Bridgerton’ Is A Delicious, Raunchy Tale Of One Very Hot Family

by Linda Holmes It’s tempting to review Bridgerton thusly: “I highly recommend this Shondaland series, which will remind you a

Buckle Up: ‘The Flight Attendant’ Is A Comedy-Thriller Worth Binging

by Linda Holmes and R. Eric Thomas A woman wakes up after a night of partying and realizes

Can’t Find A Chess Set? You Can Thank ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ For That

by Neda Ulaby Who could’ve predicted chess sets might become as difficult to find as toilet paper during