The Netflix CEO makes few day-to-day content decisions, but his company has reshaped how we watch TV all the same. Now he faces a new kind of challenge: staying ahead as his service’s most culturally ubiquitous shows fade away.
Did LeBron really consider signing with the Knicks? Let’s dissect everything his statement to Dwyane Wade could have meant.
After collapsing early in the year, New Orleans has put in a string of solid performances on the defensive side of the ball. That newfound balance could put the team over the top.
This time, the Lakers star didn’t even need to be a free agent to hurt Knicks fans
Two people are responsible for all of the cruel acts perpetrated in the second installment of the Bravo series—but which character was worse?
The newest 76er explains to JJ Redick when he asked for a trade, why he sat out the preseason, and how his scrimmage with the Timberwolves’ third string actually played out
With Paul George playing the best basketball of his career and a starting defensive unit with few weaknesses, the Thunder are proving they can win with or without Russell Westbrook. But can it last?
The Oakland Raiders fired general manager Reggie McKenzie on Monday, the latest step in the overhaul of the franchise under Gruden. He’s accumulated much in the way of decision-making power, money, job security, and draft picks—will he wield it wisely?
Tapping the Source: ‘Momentum Generation’ and ‘Minding the Gap’ are Profound Portraits of Friendship
These two 2018 documentaries—one about surfing, one about skateboarding—chronicle the ways in which shared obsession can bring people together and tear them apart
Three recent films interrogate the art, fame, and morals of women performers. They were also all directed by men.
He did a keg stand with the cup and slept with it in his bed. No one enjoyed Washington’s championship more than its captain, who exorcised a decade of playoff disappointment with the most hilarious trophy celebration of 2018.