Science-fiction storytelling—from ‘Westworld’ and ‘Black Mirror’ to ‘Her’ and the new movie ‘Replicas’—has become obsessed with artificial intelligence’s relationship to immortality. But is the possibility of a digital afterlife more than just a fantasy?
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Guys like Philip Lindsay, Matt Breida, and Kenny Golladay have broken out this season. Will their production last?
In a positionless NBA, there is greater diversity in the power forward and center positions than ever before. The 15 teams in the East are a good reflection of that. But which team’s duo reigns supreme?
The halftime show isn’t ever cool or representative of broader American music tastes, anyway
With limited series dedicated to Loki, Scarlet Witch, and maybe more headed to Disney’s upcoming streaming service, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to get bigger, more detailed, and potentially more efficient
Art is imitating life, as the tension between generations is beginning to boil over into new works of fiction and nonfiction alike. But are young people and their retiring parents really so different?
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Talking to creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg about the parallels between Season 5 and real life
Everything we think we know about this season before anything actually happens
Just months after moving to Los Angeles, it’s become clear that picking the Lakers wasn’t only a basketball decision