'Girls' Final Season: Premiere date, cast secrets, promo videos and more

Looks like the girls of 'Girls' are finally growing up.


Second presidential debate full transcript: Here's where to get the full Oct. 9 remarks

Find a running transcript of the debate. And some fact checking.

'Looking' Star Raúl Castillo Talks Movie, Representation and "Bittersweet" Endings

"Any time you’re representing a marginalized community, there’s going to be a lot of expectations."

The Problem with Netflix's Original Shows That No One Is Talking About

Is Netflix actually alienating the global audience it's trying to court?

PolicyMic Relaunches as Mic and Unveils Redesigned Website at Mic.com

An updated name, new URL, and redesigned website.


Why Princeton Graduates — and Everyone — Should Write For PolicyMic

Having Millennials' voices amplified on PolicyMic offers a chance to set great ideas into motion, and I hope more and more of my peers become involved with the site.

"We're The Millers" Review: Predictable, Boring, and Super White

This weekend's slapstick comedy had the potential to push boundaries of white privilege and female sexuality in contemporary popular culture, but don't be fooled: it didn't.

'Oblivion' Review: New Tom Cruise Vehicle is a Painfully Boring Disappointment

Science fiction is supposed to challenge modern society with questions of its future. So why does 'Oblivion' stick us with Tom Cruise?

'Mad Men' Season 6: 4 Ways the Show Changed Television Overtime

"Mad Men" season 6 premieres March 7. To say that "Mad Men" changed television is an understatement. It reintroduced us to life in the world of 1960s advertising and brought us Don Draper.

Hannah Horvath: Are Unlikeable TV Leads Like Her the New Norm?

'Girls,' 'House Of Cards,' 'Homeland.' All these shows are testing the depths of what an audience will tolerate before abandoning a lead character and show entirely.


Thailand Flooding: Exaggerating This Year's Mediocre Disaster

The humanitarian aspect Thailand's monsoon season pale in comparison to major disasters in recent memory, but some of the press is unfortunately stretching the truth to get the most out of it.

GOP "Let Him Die" Flare-Up Demonstrates Need For Reality Check

The audience's aggressive reaction to Wolf Blitzer's question about health insurance at the CNN Tea Party debate is yet another unsettling snapshot of the far right's worldview.