Often leading to incarceration or homelessness, Ryan Berg's here to talk about what needs to be done to improve the foster care system.
Rick Grimes gets his anger out one way or another and brings Morgan along for the ride.
Tarantino, Spike Lee and Pixar all make appearances on this week's Top 5. Plus, Spielberg's fun, flawed new creation.
Stunningly animated and expertly voiced, Wes Anderson's latest is his most political - and the film of the year (so far).
Bobby Finger joins the panel for a discussion of the HBO comedy's fifth season premiere, plus a The Leftovers Canon, Latin-geek Game Time, and more!
J. Paul Getty III and Patty Hearst were kidnapped within a year of each other. Sarah D. Bunting kidnapped Toby Ball again to discuss FX's event series on the former, and the Smithsonian Channel's take on the latter.
Keiynan talks about looking forward to a future where labels aren't needed.
It's time to process hurt feelings.
We dive into Ava DuVernay’s latest. Then, a conversation with Bim Adewunmi and Antonia Cereijido about representations that made us feel ashamed or embarrassed.
First-time guest Kirk Hamilton on the second season's slow burn, plus BoJack Horseman, being worse than jazz, and more!
Investigation Discovery on a horrifyingly prolific UNSUB, and Mike Dunn on Michelle McNamara's book on the same perpetrator: The Golden State Killer.
Love, Simon is the first major studio movie to have a gay teen lead.
The girls parody twenty years of prestige films, but are they destined for the Oscars or the Razzies? And what does Nancy Pelosi think about it? Your questions are answered in this EPIC OLD-SCHOOL RECAP.
The show breaks format to follow a half dozen characters one by one through their latest setbacks.
Ava DuVernay's adaptation of the sci-fi/fantasy classic is as trippy and apocalyptic as "Annihilation." But, you know, for kids.
While Grace tries not to engage with the judgmental moms, a couple of teen girls school Will on social media, and Jack reunites with his old friend Jennifer Lopez.