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Jun 11, 2021

The Best International Movies on Netflix
From 'Pan's Labyrinth' to 'Atlantics,' 'The Handmaiden' to 'Wadjda'

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Jun 11, 2021

In Netflix's Tender and Exhilarating Skater Girl, a Shy Indian Teenager Takes Flight on a Board with Wheels
Writer-director Manjari Makijany's debut feature, streaming on Netflix, sees a girl in an Indian village find new possibilities in the form of a skateboard

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Jun 11, 2021

Flack Is the Most Delectable in a New Wave of Shows About the Workaholics Who Make Hollywood Run
It's likely not a coincidence that the vast majority of these stories are about women, who are chronically overrepresented in Hollywood's most underpaid positions

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Jun 11, 2021

What to Know About the Literary Origins of Netflix's Buzzy Crime Drama Lupin
Maurice Leblanc's fiction provides a roadmap for the series starring Omar Sy

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Jun 11, 2021

Putting An End to the Pandemic Means Putting Artists Back to Work
Startling new visions and potent interactions blossom when artists live and work in close proximity to innovative arts organizations, schools, and cultural institutions, and daily disciplines of craft are often enriched by the vast multiplicity of human experiences and perspectives offered by our country's great cities. As Walt Whitman—a New Yorker as well as one…

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Jun 10, 2021

Keeping Up with the Kardashians Is Ending. But Their Exploitation of Black Women's Aesthetics Continues
'It's no secret that they've adopted many styles that Black women have created and made them more palatable'

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Jun 10, 2021

In the Heights Is a Love Letter to a New York City Neighborhood, Led by a Charismatic Star
The appeal of its basic summer-in-the-city vibe apart, In the Heights is an affirmation of all the best things about city life

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Jun 10, 2021

If TV Is the New Film, We Need More Shows Like Lupin
With its slick visuals, dazzling action scenes and charismatic star, this French-language crime drama is reminiscent of the best stylish, heart-pounding heist movies

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Jun 08, 2021

Bachelor Fans Respond to Chris Harrison's Reported Eight-Figure Parting Deal With the Franchise
Chris Harrison, the longtime host of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, is leaving the franchise permanently following a racism controversy—and has reportedly received a major parting deal. According to Deadline, Harrison's exit after nearly two decades with the franchise comes with a "mid-range eight figure payoff" and a "promise to keep his mouth shut." ABC…

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Jun 08, 2021

As the Final Season of Kim's Convenience Arrives on Netflix, Its Legacy Is Dampened by Claims of a Racist Work Environment
Actors Simu Liu and Jean Yoon say the racial climate behind the scenes of a relentlessly positive show was fraught

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Jun 08, 2021

Lupin‘s Return to Netflix Is Putting Omar Sy Back in the Spotlight, Whether He Wants It or Not
In January, when Netflix launched its wildly popular French TV series Lupin, its star Omar Sy went into the Metro station under the Louvre in Paris. In the show, Sy plays a thief who takes a job as a night cleaner at the museum in order to plot a spectacular heist under the noses of…

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Jun 08, 2021

Everything You Need to Know About Loki and Time Travel in the MCU
Here's what to know before watching the new Disney show

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Jun 07, 2021

How Kids Perceive Racism in the U.S., According to a New Study by Sesame Workshop
86% of children believe that people in the U.S. are treated unfairly because of race

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Jun 04, 2021

Documentary All Light, Everywhere Examines the Limits of Police Body Cameras—and Our Own Perceptions
Theo Anthony's inquisitive and ambitious documentary instructs viewers to proceed with caution in interpreting anything we see

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Jun 04, 2021

Stephen King Adaptation Lisey's Story Is Mawkish, Dull and Too Long by Half
Technical competence can't save a skeletal plot held together by pseudo-psychology or a script pocked with bad lines

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Jun 04, 2021

‘It's a David and Goliath Situation': A Viral TikTok Accusing Converse of Stealing a Sneaker Look Sheds Light on How Hard It Can Be to Protect Design
In the video, designer Cecilia Monge compares designs she submitted to Converse to the company's National Parks shoes

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Jun 03, 2021

Why It's Crucial to Talk to Kids About Gender Pronouns
'Pronouns are evolving, and language is evolving. People are figuring out what words fit them best'

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Jun 03, 2021

Pose Was More Than Just a TV Show. It Changed the Culture, Onscreen and Off
Pose placed several very different Black and Latinx trans characters—all played by trans actors—at the center of its story, obliterating the binary of "positive" vs. "negative" representation

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Jun 02, 2021

Peacock's All-Girl Muslim Punk Band Comedy We Are Lady Parts Is a Rockin' Good Time
It's possible to tell a culturally specific story without reducing the experiences of so many discrete characters to a constant confrontation with politicized adversity

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Jun 01, 2021

‘I Don't Want To Be a Trend.' Leyna Bloom on Opening Doors for the Next Generation of Transgender Talent in Film and Fashion
The actor, model and activist talks to TIME about her trailblazing firsts and the magic of ballroom culture

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Jun 01, 2021

This Peanuts Strip Offers a Window Into Ronald Reagan's Changing Views on Abortion
"You touched a nerve with your strip the other day," Reagan wrote to cartoonist Charles Schulz

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May 30, 2021

‘Hooked on a Feeling' Singer B.J. Thomas Dies at 78
Thomas, who announced in March that he had been diagnosed with lung cancer, died from complications of the disease

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May 28, 2021

In the Noirish Modern Fairytale Undine, a Mermaid and a Man Find Happiness—for Now
Christian Petzold's film is a moody reimagining of the myth of the same name, in which a mermaid strikes a bargain with the man she loves

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May 28, 2021

Constance Wu and Jenny Han on the Power of Inclusive Storytelling
In conversation with senior editor Lucy Feldman as part of TIME's "Uplifting AAPI Voices" summit, actor Constance Wu and To All the Boys I've Loved Before author Jenny Han discussed their groundbreaking work both in front of and behind the camera, the need for nuanced Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) representation and their love…

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May 28, 2021

Everything to Know About the Origins of Cruella de Vil Before Watching the New Disney Movie
It may be the first time we're seeing the villain's coming-of-age, but her backstory begins with a 1956 novel

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May 28, 2021

The 5 Best New TV Shows Our Critic Watched in May 2021
From Barry Jenkins' adaptation of 'The Underground Railroad' for Amazon to HBO Max's Jean Smart vehicle 'Hacks'

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May 28, 2021

Hulu's Plan B Is an Imperfect Buddy Comedy With Its Heart in the Right Place
Natalie Morales' Hulu comedy about teens seeking the Plan B pill is a reminder that a movie that strives for something is often better than one that fails to try for anything at all

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May 28, 2021

The Best Books of 2021 So Far
Some of the best books of the year so far provide welcome respite from the outside world—while others aim directly for the turbulence, providing frameworks to understand how the past informs our present. Michelle Zauner crafts a devastating tribute to her late mother, circling universal themes of grief. Torrey Peters examines what makes a family…

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May 27, 2021

Lisa Taddeo Is Exposing the Raw Reality of Women's Sexual Desires and Traumas
I meet Lisa Taddeo at the Central Park Zoo. The location is a rather ham-fisted allusion to the title of her new novel Animal, though the book has little to do with actual animals and everything to do with women and trauma and the animalistic responses trauma might trigger. But it serves as a cheery…

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May 27, 2021

The Best Albums of 2021 So Far
From the unvarnished confessional tone of Jazmine Sullivan's 'Heaux Tales' to the warm acoustic chemistry on 'The Marfa Tapes'

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May 27, 2021

Bill Clinton and James Patterson on Their New Presidential Thriller, Political Tribalism and Advice for Trump
Three years after writing a bestselling novel together, former President Bill Clinton and author James Patterson are back with their second: The President's Daughter, published jointly by Knopf and Little, Brown and Company on June 7. The novel follows a former president and onetime Navy SEAL who must rescue his kidnapped daughter. Using Clinton's intimate…

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May 26, 2021

Eric Carle, Author of Beloved Children's Books Including The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Dies at 91
"The Very Hungry Caterpillar," published in 1969, delighted kids with its story of the metamorphosis of a green and red caterpillar to a proudly multi-colored butterfly

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May 26, 2021

A Quiet Place Part II Is Tense and Effective—But a Little More Breathing Room Would Have Gone a Long Way
Writer-director John Krasinski holds all the keys to turning us into nervous wrecks. But just because you hold the keys doesn't mean it's a good idea to use them all

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May 26, 2021

From Cruella to Maleficent to the Joker: Is It Time to Retire the Villain Origin Story?
Among our fictional bad guys, from Cruella to Joker to Maleficent, reasons behind their behavior have taken the place of the glorious, naked id

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May 26, 2021

‘Black Girls Fall in Love All the Time.' Nicola Yoon on Her New Book Instructions for Dancing and the Importance of Diverse Love Stories
The bestselling author of "Everything, Everything" and "The Sun Is Also a Star" is back with a new young-adult romance

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May 26, 2021

The Best Songs of 2021 So Far
From Olivia Rodrigo's unapologetically spiteful pop-punk hit "Good 4 U" to Cardi B's beautifully brazen "Up"

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May 26, 2021

Casey McQuiston Is Writing the Queer Rom-Coms She's Always Wanted to Read
Three words came to Casey McQuiston while she was taking a bath: magic subway lesbians. The author has always been drawn to romances that seem a little impossible—ones that show that the power of love can transcend anything, even time and space. "I know that sounds very corny," McQuiston says, gazing at the Manhattan skyline…

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May 25, 2021

36 New Books You Need to Read This Summer
For many, the upcoming summer will be quite different than the last. But whether you're staying in or venturing out, a good book can always keep you grounded. The best new books arriving in June, July and August offer something for every reader, from piercing memoirs to powerful essay collections to gripping thrillers. The warmest…

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May 25, 2021

The Best Movies of 2021 So Far
From Pedro Almodóvar's first English-language film, 'The Human Voice,' to the ludicrously joyful 'Spongebob Movie'

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May 24, 2021

How Olivia Rodrigo Became America's Biggest New Pop Star
Her debut album, 'Sour,' is out now

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May 22, 2021

"Charlie Bit My Finger" Is About to Leave YouTube Forever. Here's Why
The video has nearly a billion YouTube views, but is about to be sold as an NFT

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May 21, 2021

Netflix's Army of the Dead Is a Heaping Dish of Turn-Off-Your-Brain Entertainment
Zac Snyder's return to the genre is scattershot, derivative and too long, but it's perfectly acceptable turn-your-brain-off entertainment

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May 21, 2021

The Documentary Final Account Is a Rare Trove of Unfiltered Interviews With Former Nazis—Too Unfiltered, Some Historians Say
Final Account, a rare look at how former Nazis feel today about their roles in the Holocaust, will be released May 21

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May 21, 2021

The Best TV Shows of 2021 So Far
From Barry Jenkins' brilliant adaptation of Colson Whitehead's masterpiece 'The Underground Railroad' to Netflix's ridiculously addictive reality hit 'The Circle'

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May 20, 2021

The Best Podcasts of 2021 So Far
From a deep dive into the life and career of Selena Quintanilla in 'Anything for Selena' to the stories behind Black Lives Matter protesters in 'Resistance'

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May 19, 2021

‘Please Keep Living in Your Truths.' Demi Lovato Announces Nonbinary Identity and Use of They/Them Pronouns
"I feel that this best represents the fluidity I feel in my gender expression"

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May 19, 2021

‘Please Keep Living in Your Truths.' Demi Lovato Announces They Are Nonbinary
"I feel that this best represents the fluidity I feel in my gender expression"

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May 18, 2021

Charles Grodin, Offbeat Actor Who Delighted Children and Adults Alike, Dies at 86
He had notable roles in films including "Midnight Run," "The Heartbreak Kid" and the "Beethoven" comedies.

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May 17, 2021

When the Music Stops: A Broadway Actor on What She Learned About Self-Worth After a Year Without Applause
'I was completely burned out by the constant need to prove myself,' says Dear Evan Hansen star Ciara Elyse Harris of her pre-pandemic life.

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May 17, 2021

When the Music Stops: An Actor on What She Learned About Self-Worth After a Year Without Applause
'I was completely burned out by the constant need to prove myself,' says Dear Evan Hansen star Ciara Elyse Harris of her pre-pandemic life.

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May 16, 2021

Glossy Starz Comedy Run the World Is Living Single for 30-Somethings
The obvious comparison is 'Sex and the City,' but this aspirational sitcom about female friends thrives on specificity

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May 14, 2021

‘Stop the Hatred' by MC Jin and Wyclef Jean Aims to Send a Message of Black-Asian Solidarity
The track was written in response to anti-Asian attacks and produced in partnership with The Asian American Foundation

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May 14, 2021

Comedian Patti Harrison Has Her First Leading Role—But She's Not Looking to Stop Goofing Around
The comedian talks to TIME about her new film, her first leading role, and her hopes for transgender characters in entertainment

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May 14, 2021

What to Know About The Woman in the Window as the Movie Adaptation Hits Netflix
Here's what to know about the book, the controversy that followed and what happened to author A.J. Finn—a.k.a. Dan Mallory—next

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May 14, 2021

‘A Visual Embodiment of Joy.' Chanel Miller and More AAPI Artists Create Vibrant Murals for Chinatown Restaurants
On Bayard Street in Manhattan's Chinatown, artist and activist Chanel Miller created a mural to cover the outdoor dining structure at Alimama and Yin Ji Chang Fen. Along the wooden barrier, cartoon creatures feed each other with open mouths, an image Miller picked for its cultural significance. "In Chinese culture and a lot of Asian…

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May 14, 2021

Netflix's Lush, Disappointing Halston Struggles to Say Something New About the Legendary Fashion Designer
Ryan Murphy's latest Netflix series struggles to say something new about the iconic fashion designer and Studio 54 fixture

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May 14, 2021

FX's Pride Nails the Difficult Task of Condensing 60 Years of LGBTQ Activism Into One Compelling Docuseries
The inspired docuseries does justice to all of the many letters, colors and identities that make up the LGBTQ rainbow

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May 13, 2021

The Woman in the Window Is an Effective Agoraphobia Thriller with a Chilly Uptown Sheen
Agoraphobia has rarely looked as classy as it does in Joe Wright's coolly tasteful psychological thriller The Woman in the Window: Amy Adams plays Anna Fox, a woman who cannot bring herself to leave her comfortably appointed if dimly lit Harlem townhouse, spending her days and nights in a moody haze induced by the anti-anxiety…

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May 13, 2021

Colson Whitehead and Margaret Atwood Discuss The Underground Railroad, The Handmaid's Tale and the Challenges of Adaptation
As one show debuts and the other enters its fourth season, the acclaimed authors discuss the experience of having their novels adapted for the screen

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May 13, 2021

Barry Jenkins' The Underground Railroad Is a Stunning Adaptation and a Brilliant Critique of Black Suffering as Entertainment
This could be yet another graphic reenactment of Black suffering under slavery, crafted by well-meaning Hollywood types as a reminder of historical racism. Look deeper, though, and you'll find an incisive response to pop culture that fetishizes Black people's pain

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May 12, 2021

Why Is Ellen DeGeneres Ending Her Talk Show?
DeGeneres's announcement comes in the wake of a tumultuous year for her long-running show

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May 12, 2021

The Most Anticipated Movies of Summer 2021
The movies are back! Mostly, kind of

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May 12, 2021

Three New Books Find Drama in the Scandals and Controversies of the Publishing World
The Plot, Who Is Maud Dixon? and The Other Black Girl mine questions of authorship and inclusion in the book world

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May 12, 2021

This Summer, We're Going to Go to the Movies More—and Love It More
The coming months will be an opportunity to step back into the darkness into a different kind of light: movie theaters

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May 12, 2021

HBO Max's Hilarious Showbiz Comedy Hacks Is the Star Vehicle Jean Smart Deserves
The core of the show is Smart's performance, which brings the perfect balance of steeliness and vulnerability

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May 11, 2021

NBC Drops Golden Globes Broadcast After Criticism Over Lack of Diversity in Hollywood Foreign Press Association
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association came under fire earlier this year for its lack of diversity, including having no Black members

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May 10, 2021

The Brain-Boosting Joy of Seeing Art Live With Other Humans For the First Time In Two Years
And the science of why seeing artworks in person affects your mind differently than 2D viewing

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May 08, 2021

How I Love Lucy Changed How America Saw Motherhood
"TV Actress Lucille Ball Gives Birth to Son, Exactly According to Script," announced the International News Service.

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May 07, 2021

Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street Maps the History of a Revolutionary Kids' TV Show That Still Has Plenty to Teach Us
The documentary tells the story of how the show came about, a kind of perfect storm in which a group of extraordinarily gifted people found their way to one another

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May 07, 2021

Monster Tells a Harrowing Story—But the Filmmaking Gets in the Way
The power of a Netflix drama about a wrongly accused Black teenager is diluted by a gimmicky filmmaking trick

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May 07, 2021

How to Make Meaningful Connections in the Age of Zoom, According to the Author of You're Invited
The ability to influence other people can be learned—at least according to author Jon Levy. Best known as the founder of the Influencers Dinner—an exclusive dining experience created in 2009 that brings industry leaders ranging from Nobel laureates to Olympians to celebrities together to cook and share a meal—Levy has spent the past 12 years…

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May 06, 2021

On Their New Albums, Miranda Lambert and Ashley Monroe Find New Ways to Disrupt Country Music
New records from Miranda Lambert and Ashley Monroe showcase artists who have long reveled in their rebel status, chasing creativity on their own terms

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May 06, 2021

Who Is The Kid Laroi? What to Know About the 17-Year-Old's Meteoric Rise
The Australian-born Kid Laroi, set to make his 'Saturday Night Live' debut, is practically the epitome of what a young music star looks like 2021

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May 05, 2021

The Story Behind The Sons of Sam, Netflix's True Crime Docuseries About David Berkowitz
A new Netflix true crime docuseries focuses on an investigative journalist who was convinced that serial killer David Berkowitz couldn't have acted alone

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May 03, 2021

Memoirist Alison Bechdel Is No Longer Trying to Outrun Death
The fate of an author who grew up in a funeral home may be that every book she writes becomes a contemplation of mortality. That certainly seems to be the case for Alison Bechdel, the cartoonist who shot to literary fame with the 2006 graphic memoir Fun Home, named after the family funeral home where…

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Apr 30, 2021

Here Are the 12 New Books You Should Read in May
These novels, essay collections and more ask questions about place, purpose and paths—particularly ones not taken

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Apr 30, 2021

‘Some Seeds Are Being Planted.' How Yasuke Paves a New Path for Black Creators in Anime
Director LeSean Thomas and artist Flying Lotus speak to TIME about creating a new animated hero in the Netflix series

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Apr 30, 2021

The True Story of Yasuke, the Legendary Black Samurai Behind Netflix's New Anime Series
A new Netflix series tells a story based on Yasuke, widely regarded as the first-ever foreigner to be given warrior status in Japan

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Apr 30, 2021

Limbo Is a Wry and Tender Comedy About Refugees Searching for the Meaning of ‘Home'
Set on a remote Scottish isle, Ben Sharrock's second feature maintains a lightness of touch, despite its serious underpinnings

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Apr 30, 2021

A New Season of The Girlfriend Experience Gives Us Yet Another Exploration of Tech and Male Desire
Anxiety around the intersection of love, sex and technology has—for obvious reasons—become a pop-culture obsession

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Apr 30, 2021

The 5 Best New Shows Our TV Critic Watched in April 2021
This month's roundup is proof of just how many new nonfiction shows are worth watching

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Apr 29, 2021

Uzo Aduba Is Ready to Talk About Therapy
The actor, who stars as a psychologist in a new installment of HBO's "In Treatment," opens up about grief and mental health

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Apr 29, 2021

Tom Clancy's Without Remorse Unapologetically Kicks Off a Bland New Franchise
Michael B. Jordan elevates a mediocre role in a new adaptation of Tom Clancy's 1993 novel

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Apr 29, 2021

Roy Andersson's Quietly Gorgeous About Endlessness Explores Questions for Which There Are No Answers
Swedish director Roy Andersson's meditative film is as attuned to life's eternally blossoming beauty as to its cruelty

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Apr 29, 2021

What to Know About the Real-Life Inspiration Behind Netflix's Things Heard & Seen
The movie is based on Elizabeth Brundage's novel 'All Things Cease to Appear'

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Apr 29, 2021

Justin Theroux Is Great in The Mosquito Coast. But What Is This Muddled Meditation on American Life Trying to Say?
Theroux's role in the new Apple TV series puts a less sympathetic spin on the Hot, Crazy Dad archetype he played in The Leftovers

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Apr 28, 2021

Britney Spears Asks to Address Court in Conservatorship Case
It would be the first known time in more than two years that the 39-year-old pop star has spoken in court

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Apr 27, 2021

These Are the Best Fantasy TV Show Adaptations to Watch Now
For when you've finished Netflix's new 'Shadow and Bone'

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Apr 27, 2021

Jhumpa Lahiri on Her New Novel Whereabouts and the Power of Translation
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author first wrote her new novel in Italian, then translated it herself into the English version

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Apr 27, 2021

Here's Why Chloé Zhao's Oscars Win Was Censored in China
Zhao became the first woman of color to win Best Director at the Oscars, but celebrations were muted in China as reports of censorship and media silence emerged Monday

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Apr 26, 2021

The Pandemic Oscars Were Surprisingly Decent. But Will the Academy Learn Anything From Its Break With Tradition?
We knew the 93rd Academy Awards telecast was going to be different even before Steven Soderbergh signed on to produce it

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Apr 25, 2021

The Best, Worst and Strangest Moments of the 2021 Oscars
From Regina King's memorable entrance to a puzzling conclusion

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Apr 23, 2021

The Crucial History Behind Yuh-Jung Youn's Oscar Win
The Minari star is poised to win her first Oscar. But the Academy Awards have a troubling history when it comes to recognizing Asian actors

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Apr 23, 2021

Yuh-Jung Youn Is an Oscar Frontrunner. There's an Important History Behind Her Awards Season Success
The Minari star is poised to win her first Oscar. But the Academy Awards have a troubling history when it comes to recognizing Asian actors

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Apr 23, 2021

What's Next in the MCU After The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
Several new villains are emerging for Captain America to fight in future movies and shows

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Apr 23, 2021

All Your Falcon and the Winter Soldier Finale Questions, Answered
Who was the Power Broker? What will happen to John Walker? Who is U.S. Agent? And who is Contessa Valentina Allegra de Fontaine?

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Apr 23, 2021

How Netflix's Shadow and Bone Builds on Leigh Bardugo's Grishaverse Novels
The show combines Bardugo's 'Shadow and Bone' and 'Six of Crows' book series

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Apr 22, 2021

This Year's Oscar Nominees Reveal a Rising Class of BIPOC Power Players in Hollywood
The producers of films like "Minari" and "Judas and the Black Messiah" talk about pushing for authenticity and depth in every aspect of filmmaking

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Apr 22, 2021

Netflix's Pensive Stowaway Tangles with Issues of Morality, and Selfhood, in Space
The space drama starring Toni Collette, Anna Kendrick and Daniel Dae Kim is sometimes boring, but still builds a mood of dread and contemplative ennui

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Apr 22, 2021

Can the Ambitious, Uneven Rutherford Falls Do for American History What The Good Place Did for Philosophy?
The new sitcom co-created by 'The Good Place' mastermind Michael Schur, star Ed Helms and Sierra Teller Ornelas begins, like so many conflicts these days, with a monument to a dead white guy

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