Jordan Appugliesi
Jordan Appugliesi

'Moonlight' star Janelle Monaé, director Barry Jenkins and more talk about identity

"They shed the moonlight on it."

'Moonlight' review: Director Barry Jenkins' film is an exploration of identity

The film is a one gay man's journey and battle for self-acceptance.

What Comes Next: How Network Television Can Adapt the Success of the Live Musical

Live programming is the main weapon against Netflix.

James Corden's "Carpool Karaoke" Is the Best Thing About Late Night Right Now

He's combining the best of both worlds.

2015 and the Year Women Owned Comedy: Why We Finally Felt the 'Bridesmaids' Effect

The Kristen Wiig movie's impact took four years to coalesce.

How 'Billy on the Street' targets gay culture to create one of TV's greatest hits

It's an inventive comedy that serves a gay male audience few programs openly court.

Kristen Wiig's Best Performances Aren't Happening in Movies — They're on Talk Shows

She’s turning would-be forgettable interviews into performance art.

The Newest 'Real Housewives' Season Proves the Franchise Is Growing Up

The drama isn’t just petty. It means something.