The Netflix series offers lots of shootin' and ropin' and a feminist twist so thoroughly integrated into the premise, no ornery dude can possibly complain.
Bill Murray and his brother Brian Doyle-Murray explore minor league baseball fandom in an odd new Facebook series, "Extra Innings."
The new Hulu series 'Marvel's Runaways' — about a group of teens who learn their parents are villains — gets off to a compelling start, says Ken Tucker.
His awful crimes, the lives he destroyed, and the sense we try to make of it all continue to reach out to us and won't allow us to forget him.
The second season finale of Pamela Adlon's "Better Things" is an extraordinary achievement, though marred by the scandal surrounding executive producer Louis C.K.
The new DC Comics movie is the anti-'Batman v Superman': a superhero epic that's more light than dark, and the essence of generic competence.
“Walking Dead” creator Robert Kirkman’s new comics series on AMC “adds to our knowledge and enjoyment of the form,” says Ken Tucker.
The singer-songwriter’s new album brings us 15 new —well, mostly new — tracks. What’s up with them? Yahoo Music has the breakdown on each one. And we confide who we think inspired the whole thing.
Katy Perry plays the Staples Center in Los Angeles on the anniversary of Donald Trump’s election win. She didn't make any sweeping political statements, but her voice was on glorious display.
Because of remarks in her new memoir, “Hacks,” that are critical of Hillary Clinton, Brazile is suddenly being lionized as a fearless truth-teller on Fox News.
"Damnation" is a damnable cowboy drama about labor unions, religion, and revenge, premiering Tuesday on the USA network. Ambitious to the point of occasional incoherence, it wants to convert you more than entertain you.
Netflix's adaptation of Margaret Atwood's 'Alias Grace' is a compelling mystery brought to life by Sarah Polley and Mary Harron.
Kenneth Branagh's take on Agatha Christie's eccentric detective is one for the ages, though his larger-than-life persona (and mustache) upstages her most famous mystery.
“This is stuff, I promise you, you can’t get anywhere else,” Hannity crowed at the start of his show. To which we can only say: Thank God.