During his tour is when Cameron first sees Bianca Stratford, a beautiful sophomore with one problem: she isn't allowed to date.And neither is her "shrew" sister, Katarina, a senior who loves indie rock and feminist prose and hates conformity.
David Simon’s latest city-wide chronicle examines 1970s New York from within and outside the emerging underground porn world.
Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Franco lead a top-flight cast that also includes David Krumholtz, Lawrence Gilliard Jr., Method Man, and Ralph Macchio.
We’ll have more soon on the best of what’s to come among the fall’s returning shows, but here’s a helpful overview of the new series that might be worth adding to the queue.
This newest installment of the long-running FX anthology series may not be a new show, but it’s dealing with some new subject matter.
As a kid in the early ’80s, my Saturday afternoons were often spent taking the bus into Manhattan, then getting discount theater tickets with my parents.
This was the pre-Giuliani Times Square, when it was less a well-scrubbed and obscenely priced tourist trap than America’s not-so-secret shame, and the walk from the bus terminal always took us through a gauntlet of porn theater marquees. ” I asked once, puzzled as always by the signs that my parents seemed afraid to even glance at.PBS Emmys evening is a tricky time for a series to make a debut, but Ken Burns’ latest gargantuan documentary effort is far more than awards night counterprogramming.An ambitious examination of the origins, duration, and aftermath of a decade-long conflict, it’s a thorough and necessary look at a contentious period of 20th century American life.In an election-inspired season of new horrors, standbys Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters, alongside newcomers Alison Pill and Billy Eichner, tackle the dangers of a hivemind. There are also a lot of clowns.) After beginning its life online, the short-form series starring Alan Tudyk is getting a cable premiere in marathon form.All 13 episodes, which focus on the life of a former sci-fi star and his ups and downs on the fan convention circuit, will air back-to-back.My mother looked at me and said, with great solemnity, “Alan, it’s a place where lonely people go.