Shows like "Meet the Press" and "Face the Nation" once featured informative discussions with a combination of pundits and experts. Now they've swapped experts for both-sideist banter and political theater. And it's destroying the national conversation
Power-hungry, conniving, and vindictive female characters don’t necessarily make for rich storytelling, especially when that rage serves no purpose.
Bingeing on the ‘Law & Order’ franchise can be a comfort if you let yourself fantasize about how the lieutenant would put the cuffs on a rogue administration.
The reboot is about more than spiffier clothes and better haircuts. The new Fab 5 shows straight men that emotion is the strongest weapon they possess.
Often formatted to stoke fear and keep audiences from flipping channels, broadcast news is heavy on soundbites and light on context.
'The Good Place' producer slides into our Twitter DMs to advise the media on how best to call out a Liar-in-Chief and show us how to positively spin bad news.
The network may have nixed “Mail-Order Family” due to online pressure, but green-lighting the show in the first place is the real issue
‘You’re the Worst’s hilarious star Aya Cash talks to DAME about the comfort of not being Megan Fox–hot, and embracing unlikeability.
For over four decades, America’s favorite TV dad allegedly assaulted at least 46 women. This week, 35 of them summoned the courage to reveal themselves in 'New York.' Believe it.
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