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The Emmys Are Sunday Night

Funny man Andy Samberg WILL will host this year’s 67th Primetime Emmy Awards — joining an esteemed list of comedians and actors who have helmed TV’s biggest night, including...

REVIEW: Francois Ozon's The New Girlfriend

Accomplished French director François Ozon continues his cinematic exploration of the more unusual sides of sex and romance in his latest film....

Simply the Best

Can the irrepressible Neil Patrick Harris bring new life to one of TV’s oldest formats?...

The Knick

In its first season, Cinemax’s The Knick made a huge cultural splash, and it’s fairly easy to see why....

Mr. Holmes

Even a mind as extraordinary as sherlock Holmes would have eventually suffered the withering ravages of time....

REVIEW: Saint Laurent

In this gorgeous, French-language film about the life of iconic fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, every frame drips with languid elegance as crushingly handsome Gaspard Ulliel...

Looking Recap: Looking Down the Road (2.4)

Paul Hagen invites you into his hot tub but not into his heart for the fourth episode of Season 2....

Looking Recap: Looking for Results (2.2)

Editor-in-chief Paul Hagen recaps...

Looking Recap: Looking for the Promised Land (2.1)

Editor-in-chief Paul Hagen recaps the extremely woodsy Season 2 premiere of Looking....

Where Are We?

Anyone with eyes can tell you it’s a good time for LGBT representation on TV. The 2014–2015 season has welcomed exciting new additions such as How To Get Away with Murder’s...

Looking Good

As new episodes of Looking premiere, we talk to actor Murray Bartlett about playing the show’s resident sex symbol Dom, what to expect from season 2 and, of course, his...