Kristen Bell accidentally finds herself in heaven in “The Good Place.” And Heston Blumenthal’s jaw-dropping meals come to the Cooking Channel.
Thomas Klingenstein’s new play about an unrequited interracial love is like watching a sepia-tinged tableau.
James Atlas, who has written about the lives of Saul Bellow and Delmore Schwartz, talks about his new book, “The Shadow in the Garden.”
Finding little to scare him in most horror films, Mr. Hooper was inspired to create a low-budget movie that became an influential classic of the genre.
Lethargic new movies, pay-per-view competition and Hurricane Harvey made for a terrible weekend at the box office. “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” stayed at No. 1.
An interview with Mr. Kigawa, who will perform Messiaen’s three-hour “Catalogue d’Oiseaux” (“Catalog of Birds”) at Le Poisson Rouge on Monday.