The filmmaker talks returning to/expanding on his directorial debut for Netflix: "If somebody's going to fuck it up, it'll be me"
Jon Bernthal and showrunner Steve Lightfoot on why the character's solo show couldn't just be a violent free-for-all
Why Netflix's stellar adaptation of Margaret Atwood's novel about a 19th-century murderess could not have come at a better time
Alex Gibney's four-hour HBO documentary examines the stories behind some of the magazine’s biggest scoops
We caught up with the legendary comedian to discuss Dame Judi Dench, Angela Merkel, dressing up as male characters – and why Trump isn't funny.
How the filmmaker turned the origin story of the FBI's criminal profiling unit into a disturbing deep-dive – and the best slow-burn thriller on TV
Actor talks about his oddball Amazon TV show, refusing to read for 'Reservoir Dogs' and why he still misses his hip-hop-legend costar
The 'Master of None' costar built a mini empire – so why shouldn't he throw ass-themed parties, eat cod sperm and share it all on Instagram?
How CBS finally brought 'Trek' back to TV – and why the new show is a response to our politically volatile moment
Cinemax series offers wild stories about Waylon Jennings, Jerry Lee Lewis and others, as told by their bandmates and friends
How this 10-episode, 10-years-in-the-making docuseries will completely reshape your perspective on the war that divided the Sixties
The 'Nathan For You' star on his improv days with Seth Rogen, bits that didn't make the air and the surreal YouTube video his hardcore fans love
On the 20th anniversary of "Weird Al" Yankovic's kooky kid's show, the man behind the accordion and his collaborators pay tribute to their cult TV hit
Star talks directing season two, how she survived Eighties sitcom past, learned to "handle being myself," why "teenagers are assholes sometimes"
The 'Nathan For You' star tuned in to his teenage social dysfunction – and turned it into a show unlike anything else on TV