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Anderson Cooper shares a heartbreaking tribute to ‘Gloria Vanderbilt, my mom’

‘What an extraordinary life. What an extraordinary mom. And what an incredible woman.’

FX’s ‘Pose’ is rewriting history — and making it at the same time

Its second season jumps to the early ’90s, when trans-ball culture and voguing hit the mainstream

A number of TV shows about teens include sex and drug scenes. But ‘Euphoria’ is far more extreme.

Reviews have been mixed on whether the new HBO show is successful in its gritty depiction of teenagers

‘Queer Eye’ star Jonathan Van Ness comes out as non-binary

Van Ness told Out magazine, ‘some days I feel like a man, but then other days I feel like a woman’

‘When They See Us’ reminds us of the slippery moral calculus of Linda Fairstein

For years, she was celebrated for her work, before and after the Central Park jogger case. But viewers of the Netflix miniseries have come away enraged.

‘Big Little Lies’ is back with more of the same: exquisite, extravagant suffering

Did we need more? No. Did we demand it anyhow? According to HBO, we did.

Some bad news about ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’: It’s a bit of a snooze

The show revs up in one episode, only to ramp down in the next

This University of Chicago librarian dethroned the record-shattering ‘Jeopardy’ champ

Emma Boettcher wrote her master’s thesis on the show’s clues

This Ramadan, I’m getting intimate with God. And ‘Ramy.’

It’s deeply moving to see Muslim narratives reclaimed with complexity, tenderness and humor

Samantha Bee covers antiabortion laws because laughter makes a statement — not because she’s a woman

Laughing at an issue underscores its ridiculousness and creates a valve to let off steam