Rob Sheffield on how the Amazon show's "A Short History of Weird Girls" makes the most of female desire, fractured backstories and its in-house Dick
The outspoken songwriter also talks lust, adolescence, "animal slaughter" and why he doesn't vote
From mind-blowing sitcoms to fire-breathing dragons, the return of 'Twin Peaks' to 'Rick & Morty' – Rob Sheffield on the hightlights of our TV year
Cardi B's money moves, Harry Styles' classic rock breakout, the record-breaking "Despacito" and more
Taylor Swift clapped back, Kendrick Lamar got personal, Lorde threw a high-concept party and more
Sixth album shows the darker, deeper side of the pop mastermind
From pissing off Fonda and Brokaw to awkward-dancing with Shania and Hoda, why "there's not enough wine in the world" to tolerate this mess
From Cardi B to future A-list actors to the thinkers and creators who could save the world, here's who and what made Rolling Stone's annual list
Miraculously made during Spears' very public meltdown, LP is her greatest, and one of the most innovative, influential pop albums of past decade
His artiest, most demanding album to date made him a big-time star
Rob Sheffield on how the hit teen/sci-fi/horror show's second season bypasses easy Eighties nostalgia and goes right for the gut
Predictions, wishful thinking based off electropop lead singles, possible hints about feuds, ex-boyfriends, squad members, where Cardi B, Drake fit in
His hits have defined rock radio since the Seventies, and he never stopped writing great music. Here's the definitive guide to his best songs
"The Piano Man" performs "The Boxer" and "Late in the Evening" with Simon, "New York State of Mind" with Cyrus before trio team for "You May Be Right"
Miley Cyrus' 'Younger Now' and Shania Twain's 'Now' explore the expansively chaotic world of contemporary country pop.