How Sports Are Shaping the Future of Streaming, Explained 

A newly announced merger could radically change the streaming landscape.

See You Next Time, ‘Better Call Saul’

Forgotten by the Emmys, here’s why Vince Gilligan’s show should be remembered.

The Dispatch’s Best of 2023

The culture and content we enjoyed the most this year.

A Disappointing ‘Frasier’ Reboot

The revival of the 1990s classic sitcom offers no justification for its own existence.

The End of the Writers’ Strike, Explained

What a new agreement means for Hollywood and AI.

‘Tom Jones’ Is No Masterpiece

The latest adaptation of Henry Fielding’s novel shows that changing a character’s race can be superficial.

The Peril of Greatness

Reflections on the final season of HBO’s ‘Succession.’

Fox’s Reckoning

A post-Tucker Carlson crisis.

Are We Having Fun Yet?

The revival season of ‘Party Down’ is worth watching.

Protecting the King 

A review of Netflix’s ‘Agent Elvis.’

‘You’ Season 4 Review: The Horrifying Face of Self-Acceptance

The thrilling finale ushers in a new era for the series.

‘He Does Everything You’re Supposed to Do’

A shining knight emerges from the Netflix golf docuseries.

History of the Bored, Part II

A review of ‘History of the World, Part II.’

‘You,’ Not Everyone

The success of season four will ultimately depend on if it can lean into its strengths and away from a ham handed, surface-level social critique.

Satellite Censorship?

Newsmax claims DirecTV dropped the channel to silence political speech. Is there more to the story? A Dispatch Explainer.