The Real Housewives is reflecting on its race problem
Bravo’s white wealth makes for compulsive watching while sweeping race under the rug. Now it’s got to confront the experience of Black people head on.
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It’s A Sin creator reveals what happened to Jill at the end of the series
We would like to see it.
Emily in Paris creators have been accused of bribing Golden Globes voters
I mean… it makes sense.
A Christiane F. remake is coming
The hedonistic movie that inspired Raf Simons is returning to your screens in TV form, and critics are already divided.
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Introducing "Imaginary" TV, Virgil Abloh’s experimental new platform
Off-White™’s digital universe takes on a new shape and democratizes fashion week.
The trailer for Hunter Schafer’s Euphoria spin-off is here
It’s the second in HBO and Sam Levinson’s tide-over episodes before season two kicks off.
Are Netflix and Amazon failing QPOC?
GLAAD’s annual Where We Are on TV study has unveiled some pretty shocking representation statistics.
Netflix are making a true crime doc about the disappearance of Elisa Lam
The true story behind ‘Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel’ will have you sleeping with the lights on.
A TV show about 70s punk London is coming
Based on the wild career of the Sex Pistols, directed by Danny Boyle, and starring Maisie Williams.
Here’s a first look at all the new Gossip Girl characters, XOXO
Meet the hot, rich, Gen Z troublemakers from the upcoming HBO reboot. Can any of them live up to Blair Waldorf’s legacy?
How TV defined the biggest fashion moments of 2020
Catwalks were cancelled and our wardrobes were for working from home, so 2020 gave us the golden age of tele-fashion instead.
Dev Hynes on creating the dreamy soundscape of We Are Who We Are
The Grammy-nominated artist, who scored Luca Guadagnino’s new HBO series, tells us about his evolution as a composer.