TV

Making It

The current, undebatable king of reality TV is Gordon Ramsay. His hallmark cooking shows like “MasterChef” and “Hell’s Kitchen” continue to pull in ratings — albeit churning out mediocre chefs — and his new shows prove the only component of the formula necessary for success is Mr.

Community

I’ll admit, I’m more of a bandwagon fan than an original die-hard of NBC’s sitcom “Community.” I watched the pilot when the show premiered in 2009, and again in 2013 when my beloved “The Office” ended.

Glow

There’s an exciting shift going on the entertainment world right now, one that seeks to upend decades of straight white men in power with the inclusion of more diverse and progressive storytelling and storytellers.

Sacred Games

My memories of Indian TV shows are filled with melodrama that the campiest of daytime soaps cannot even dream of ever living up to, depictions of pearl clutching so over the top the metaphorical pearls probably explode, and the

Hannah Gadsby on stage

“Seventy-percent of the people who raised me, who loved me, who I trusted, believed that homosexuality was a sin,” says Hannah Gadsby in her new comedy special, “Nanette”—and there’s no punchline to ease that fact. Is this even stand-up? Is it a recorded therapy session? A TED talk?

American Woman

It has been 23 years since the world was first introduced to Alicia Silverstone as the plaid-clad, “as if” spouting star of the cult classic movie “Clueless.” Since then, she has largely kept out of the spotlight, every so often featuring in small screen and big screen productions that don’

Dietland

The world envisioned by Marti Noxon’s new AMC series “Dietland” feels both frighteningly real and achingly distant. It’s a world filled with the usual indignities women are subject to — street harassment, body image issues, ageism.

Pose

Thanks to the recent widespread success of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” the mainstream has come to be well versed in the slang, fashion trends and spirit of drag.

Arrested Development

When it was brought back to small screens everywhere in 2013, “Arrested Development” was the first major series to be revived by a streaming service. It was a big deal.