Netflix got its first best picture nod. The 91st Academy Awards are scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 24.
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The showrunner of the hit series about a charming stalker is also behind the Syfy fan favorite “The Magicians,” Season 4 of which begins Wednesday.
Meet Hans-Jürgen Topf, the world’s top specialist for tour laundry, who has washed clothes for Madonna, Pink and Beyoncé, among others.
The director of “A Star Is Born” was left off the ballot and faces stiff competition as an actor. “Roma” helped the streaming service make history.
Many of the biggest nominees are already streaming. Here’s a rundown of what they are and where to find them.
The Oscar-winning artist behind “If Beale Street Could Talk” and “Moonlight” grapples with the spotlight, with advice from Denzel Washington and Ta-Nehisi Coates.
Julia Wolfe’s new oratorio, “Fire in my mouth,” is about the Triangle shirtwaist factory fire. She scoured New York’s garment district for the right sounds.
A new documentary tells the painful but ultimately hopeful story of a classical music quintet of siblings, three of whom were molested by their father.
Syfy’s risqué magic show returns for a fourth season. And the rapper Killer Mike hosts a documentary series on Netflix.
Mr. Baker, a backwoods-born Virginian who became one of America’s most celebrated writers, spent decades at The New York Times and hosted “Masterpiece Theater” for years.
Amy Staats’s tale of the rowdy rise (and fall and rise and fall) of the rock band lets women loose in the glam metal boys’ club.
In a smart if sometimes shaggy monologue that ponders a divided nation, Mr. Quinn worries about more than the occupant of the White House.
“These are not Oscar nominations for me,” said Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta. “These are Oscar nominations for the Germanottas.”
The filmmaker behind “BlacKkKlansman” likes being the underdog: “We’re the dark horse in the race, pun intended.”
The Oscar nominations get all the attention, but Tuesday was a busy day for literary honors as well.
The documentary filmmakers called the Supreme Court justice at home to tell her the news.
Movement Research brings its often private, investigative work into a very public forum: the atrium at the Museum of Modern Art.
He says he and his “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” star, Melissa McCarthy, cried together. “We were just a blub fest. No shame in being a grown man crying.”
Yiyun Li began writing her latest novel, “Where Reasons End,” in the months after her teenage son committed suicide in 2017.
But the actress says that first she had to grapple with her “problematic” character in “The Wife,” a woman in the shadows of her Nobel-winning husband.
After “Black Panther” earned Marvel Studios its first best-picture nomination, an excited Feige emphasized “the importance of inclusion.”
Ms. Washington said on “The Tonight Show” on Monday that the Netflix version will “kind of be this movie-play hybrid event.”
Up for an Academy Award for “Roma,” she says the honor shows “you’re not limited by your race or your class or your ethnicity or your socioeconomic conditions.”
A British production of “To Kill A Mockingbird” has been canceled after the producer Scott Rudin asserted his stage rights to the book.
The designer’s work on “Black Panther” was one of the seven nominations the film received.
With his first Oscar nomination, for best actor, the star of “Bohemian Rhapsody” looks back on a role he doesn’t want to leave behind.
As the acting industry grapples with a culture of sexual harassment and power imbalances, efforts to ensure the well-being of performers involved in intimate scenes are gaining ground.
In her solo in George Balanchine’s “Tschaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2,” City Ballet’s Teresa Reichlen said, she shoos the other dancers aside “because it’s my turn to dance.”
The Oscar nominees for best picture have been announced. Here’s a rundown on the gossip, the politics and the critical response surrounding the eight contenders
The R&B singer, who has a history of violent episodes, was questioned after a woman accused him of sexual assault. He denied the accusation in vulgar terms.
“Merchants of Truth,” by the former executive editor of The Times, offers a firsthand account of the news media’s crisis.
Kimmel presented a special, satirical edition of his show, “Intermission Accomplished: A Halftime Tribute to Trump.”
In her debut story collection, “You Know You Want This,” Kristen Roupenian goes even deeper into the pathology of modern relationships.
Conan O’Brien returns with his revamped late-night show. And “Many Sides of Jane” offers an intimate look at life with dissociative identity disorder.
K. Lorrel Manning takes on racism, homophobia, sexism, police violence and immigration in nine short plays.
Mr. Mendez orchestrated one of the most audacious covert operations in the agency’s history: the rescue of six American diplomats from Iran in 1980.
The show drew virtually no audience when it premiered on Lifetime in September. Now that it’s streaming, it’s a different story.
A program at Film Forum showcases her brilliance as a director in movies like “A New Leaf” and, yes, “Ishtar.”
In Chigozie Obioma’s new novel, “An Orchestra of Minorities,” a humble Nigerian embarks on an epic quest to prove himself worthy of the woman he loves.
Jill Valentine was head guardian for the musical, which closed Sunday, for almost four years, making sure the child actors were fed, watered and rested.
“Hoodie SZN” had the equivalent of 56,000 sales in the United States, down 4 percent from last week, and the “Spider-Man” soundtrack rose to No. 2.
Nearing 50, Tommy Tomlinson weighed 460 pounds. “The Elephant in the Room” is a memoir of his lifelong relationship with food, and an account of how he tried to change it.
MCC Theater, an influential but itinerant Off Broadway nonprofit, has finally found a home.
The new K.G.B. Spy Museum houses artifacts that tell the story of the rise of the Soviet Union’s intelligence agency.
Rabid fans flock to a restaurant serving as a shrine to the singer Teresa Teng, whose music was banned in China for being “decadent.” Long after her death, the government has warmed to her appeal.
Could Bradley Cooper and Alfonso Cuarón be the most-nominated men? Will ‘Black Panther’ make the best picture field? A look at possible records and upsets.
Something in the new Oscar de la Renta boutique in Paris was not what it seemed.
On Tuesday, O’Brien returns to his TBS late-night show, which has a new half-hour format. Will that make the program competitive, and is that even what he wants?
Rock ’n’ roll gets a history lesson in “Rumble” on PBS, and “Justice” on Netflix is a law drama based in the United Arab Emirates.
The mystery stays compelling, but it’s disappointing to see Hays slurping Jack Daniels and carping at his wife.
Calvin Trillin has turned his heartbroken memoir into a stage play that reincarnates his beloved wife and muse.
Brianna gets a chance to confront her demons. Is she sure that’s a good idea?
In a meditative program, Cantata Profana offers a quietly riveting performance of an eerie piece about the final chapter in the life of a nun and mystic.
Hurricane Maria led to a host of new plans to fix island barrios plagued by chronic flooding. A look at the Vietnam neighborhood shows why they may never be achieved.
Chirlane McCray sets a populist tone with an exhibition of female artists, long underrepresented at Gracie Mansion.
The film sold about $40.6 million in tickets domestically during its opening weekend, on par with the performance of its 2017 predecessor, “Split.”
The Hollywood producer and his lawyer parted ways last week. Now Mr. Weinstein is searching for top litigators to defend him against rape charges in May.
Only twice since the Oscars expanded the best-picture field has the Producers Guild of America picked a different winner.
Boom! Studios will reboot Buffy and friends with a new look at their pre-college days.