"The Simpsons" is the longest-running scripted series in television history, full of canny satire and the occasional prophecy.
Pioneering journalist Gwen Ifill has died. Her career in a white and male-dominated industry inspired many to the profession.
Martha Stewart has a new show with Snoop Dogg, premiering November 7 on VH1.
The Smithsonian Institution is running a Kickstarter campaign to restore and preserve Dorothy’s ruby slippers from the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz.
Radio dramas became a way for broadcasters to get into the minds of listeners…and to comment on the very influence of radio itself.
How do viral videos shape a presidential campaign? How do voters learn to “read” the art and advertisements they are seeing? Learn more from our scholars.
Despite the perils of mistaken identities, evil stepmothers, and cruel curses, in a Disney movie the princess always finds her prince.
The sixth season of Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story focuses on the mysterious lost colony of Roanoke.
September 8 marks the 50th anniversary of the first season of Star Trek, the NBC science-fiction series produced by Gene Roddenberry.
Nearly 1.5 billion tickets to horror movies were sold in 2015 alone. But why do we love being scared so much?