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Television Reviews
Cullen Hoback's six-part HBO docuseries delves into the origins of QAnon, its links to Donald Trump and the cost of free speech.
03/16/2021 by Daniel Fienberg
Live Feed
The single-camera supernatural comedy is from 'New Girl' duo Joe Port and Joe Wiseman.
03/31/2021 by Lesley Goldberg
Style
As creatives seek an escape from the big city, prices jump and cutting-edge architecture rises in the High Desert area: "Seventy-five percent of my clients are investors from L.A."
02/21/2021 by Hadley Meares
Music
"She was a trailblazer, a diva and will be deeply missed," Motown Records founder Berry Gordy said.
02/08/2021 by Abid Rahman
Television
She played Phyllis on 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' and her own series and was memorable in 'The Last Picture Show' and 'Young Frankenstein.'
01/27/2021 by Cheryl Cheng
THR, Esq.
A Virginia judge allows Amber Heard to partially proceed on counterclaims, although not the one that targeted her ex-husband for allegedly deploying bots against her.
01/05/2021 by Eriq Gardner
Heat Vision
The actor reflects on Zack Snyder restoring his storyline as Dr. Silas Stone, and weighs in on the power of fan campaigns: "It’s kind of like voting."
03/22/2021 by Brian Davids
Movies
Already streaming on Netflix, the director's vivid and novelistic crime drama has become a dark horse favorite in the best international film category among critics and tastemakers.
02/02/2021 by Patrick Brzeski
Awards
The SOC presented camera operator of the year awards to Geoffrey Haley for 'Cherry' and Jim McConkey for 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.'
04/11/2021 by Carolyn Giardina
Rambling Reporter
Jennifer Garner, Jamie Foxx, Megan Thee Stallion and Woody Harrelson were among the stars who joined the virtual "jam session of generosity."
03/31/2021 by Chris Gardner
Movies
The admired Oscar-nominated actress, who made television history while forging a sterling career out of portraying women of strength and substance, died Thursday at 96.
01/28/2021 by Sharareh Drury, Lexy Perez
Style
After a long year of stasis imposed by COVID-19, the event is set to kick off April 8 — along with a few new and renewed hotspots — and promises to bring visitors back to the Coachella Valley.
04/08/2021 by Matt Stewart
The Race
The Hollywood Reporter's awards columnist updates his projections.
02/05/2021 by Scott Feinberg
Movies
She wrote, directed, produced and starred in a 2016 film inspired by her father.
01/11/2021 by Mike Barnes
Movie Reviews
Mary Wharton's SXSW Centerpiece selection revolves around recently discovered footage of Tom Petty during the making of his 1994 solo album, 'Wildflowers.'
03/17/2021 by Sheri Linden