Sarene Leeds
Sarene Leeds

How ‘One Day at a Time’ brilliantly captures the effect of Trump’s America on one Latinx family

We spoke with showrunners Mike Royce and Gloria Calderón Kellett about what went into the making of the sitcom's second season.

Netflix’s ‘One Day at a Time’ understands what it’s like to live with mental illness

The second season of the family sitcom hits close to home with a storyline about Penelope's depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder.

In ‘Outlander’ season 3, Claire’s biggest challenge is sexist mid-20th century America

Now that she's back from the 18th century, the feminist combat nurse is butting heads with the male-dominant status quo.

Note to Ryan Murphy: ‘American Horror Story’ reveals don’t need to be a scavenger hunt

The title and premiere date of the seventh season of 'American Horror Story' were revealed Thursday.

‘Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later’ proves sometimes it’s OK to skip the reunion

If you're looking to trim down your Netflix consumption, start by avoiding this pointless sequel series.

It’s time for Steve Whitmire to let Kermit the Frog go

The veteran puppeteer is having a tough time relinquishing his 27-year relationship with the famous Muppet.

Does Jimmy Fallon’s Emmys shutout signal a turning point in late-night TV?

The 'Tonight Show' host's nonpolitical stance has been the subject of criticism.

It’s great that Shia LaBeouf apologized, but he didn’t address the racism issue

The 'Transformers' star kept his comments trite — and boilerplate.

On ‘The Bold Type,’ Melora Hardin’s character is the ideal mentor for aspiring female writers

Jacqueline Carlyle isn't here to be Jane's friend, but she's here to help her succeed.

Kesha is back and looking to heal on her new song “Praying”

The embattled pop star just dropped her first new single in years — from her upcoming long-awaited third album, 'Rainbow.'

6 of Elisabeth Moss’ most notable child actor gigs

Before 'The Handmaid's Tale' and 'Mad Men,' the young actress kept herself plenty busy in the 1990s.

The new 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle' trailer pulls a couple of genius switcheroos

It's 2017, which means 'Jumanji' is a video game and the selfie-obsessed girl turns into Jack Black.

'Han Solo' director Ron Howard recalls his first 'Star Wars' experience

The veteran filmmaker revealed 'Star Wars' creator George Lucas was talking about it as early as 1972.

'Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later' trailer teases a '90s love fest — without Bradley Cooper

It's 1991, and the Camp Firewood gang is back on Netflix for more absurd antics.

In defense of Josh Peck not inviting Drake Bell to his wedding

Why Drake Bell needs to cut his former 'Drake & Josh' co-star some slack.

‘Shameless’ star Emmy Rossum shares powerful story about sexism in Hollywood

The 'Shameless' star drew the line at being asked to wear a bikini for an audition.

'The Americans' Season 5 Finale Recap: Philip and Elizabeth face "The Soviet Division"

An 11th-hour development could tear the Jennings apart for good.

The 14 nastiest kills on 'The Americans' from season 1 to season 5

Catch up on the FX drama's deadliest deeds before Tuesday's season finale.

How ABC's 'Dirty Dancing' remake failed to capture the original's Jewish essence

The new version removed the 1987 film's distinctive cultural flavor, and not for the better.

'The Americans' Season 5, Episode 12 Recap: Should the Jennings stay or should they go?

Philip and Elizabeth debate returning to the Soviet Union in the season's penultimate episode.