The Uneven Return Of Old-School Lady Gaga
Chromatica revives the Lady Gaga the world fell in love with. The results are uneven, but it’s good to have her back.
Sorry Haters, “Listen To Your Heart” Is Actually Good
By mixing dating and music drama, The Bachelor’s new spinoff series makes for a better show than the increasingly one-dimensional original.
“Drag Race” Is Bigger Than Ever. Is That A Good Thing?
As queer identity became mainstream and social media transformed reality TV celebrity, the onetime niche show became bigger than ever. But so have the criticisms.
7 True Crime Podcasts To Listen To As You Self-Isolate
These off-the-beaten-path true crime podcasts make for perfect binge-listening.
Why Paris Hilton Disappeared
The party-girl heiress who defined aughts celebrity culture never made the leap to an age of reality stardom where nothing is private, and everything is content.
Maluma Is The Unapologetically Horny Pop Star The World Needs Now
The Colombian reggaeton star combines old-school Latinx lover charm with a contemporary knack for mobilizing online thirst.
Hollywood Casts A Very Flattering Light On Right-Wing White Women
In reimagining the conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly as a prestige-TV antihero, the new FX series Mrs. America overlooks some uncomfortable realities.
Netflix’s “Too Hot To Handle” Left Me Cold
The latest dating show on Netflix never achieves the outrageousness required to make truly great so-bad-it’s-good reality TV. (Spoilers ahead.)
MTV’s New Dating Show Actually Gets Queer Dating
The sexually fluid season of Are You the One? explores the complexities of gender and desire in a way rarely seen on reality TV — or in pop culture, period.
Is Billie Eilish Really That “Weird”?
The teen singer transitioned from streaming darling to full-fledged pop star this summer. But is her success as groundbreaking as it seems?
Мысль на память: Никто никогда не догадывается, кем окажется в этой жизни, но всегда надо знать, что рожден для чего-то большего.