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In his first sit-down interview in nearly five years, The Weeknd opens up about his new album "After Hours," turning 30 and much more.
John Prine, who had a nearly 50-year career as a singer-songwriter, died Tuesday of complications from coronavirus.
The latest episode of "Better Call Saul" took twice as long to shoot, as Mike (Jonathan Banks) and Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) take a long journey.
The women who testified against Harvey Weinstein have come to lean on each other after taking down the disgraced mogul.
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For a documentarian, a larger-than-life big-cat collector who goes by "Joe Exotic" has to both be a total dream and narrative nightmare.
"Mrs. America," starring Cate Blanchett and Rose Byrne, is an ambitious FX on Hulu series that struggles to get a grip on its characters.
Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn don't recapture their "Project Runway" magic in Amazon's "Making the Cut."
From "Fleabag" producers Vicky Jones and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the comedy does better by its romantic leads than its twists and turns.
For all its pleasurable and buzzy touches, the sequel to the 2016 glitter-pop animated hit is rote enough to feel right at home ... at home.
The premise is puerile, but the humor is inappropriate for young viewers in this Netflix action comedy starring Ed Helms.
The Disney doc tells the story of a dolphin coming of age, but its real dazzle is its look at life under the sea, a world that never gets old.
Eliza Hittman's teenage abortion drama is a quietly devastating gem.
The Weeknd's "After Hours" finds him mixing commerciality with innovation as well as anyone today.
Ashley McBryde's rowdy and emotionally stirring second album represents the pinnacle of what contemporary mainstream country can be.
The angry and sometimes experimental "Gigaton" might be Pearl Jam's most fully realized album since "Ten."
Adam Lambert has made his new album "Velvet" a testament to finding his way, personally and professionally.
With a score by Stephen Schwartz ("Wicked"), this screen-to-stage transfer is so effortful it's enervating.
The moody music and lyrics from the Bob Dylan playbook both define and heighten Conor McPherson's haunting vision of the Depression.
Katori Hall gets belly laughs out of this comedy about an amateur cook trying to create a signature dish while chaos reigns in the kitchen.
Ivo Van Hove dares to fiddle with perfection in this modernized but still respectful re-working of the 1957 masterpiece.
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