Twin Peaks: The Return: Nothing Goes Better With Lynchian Terror Than A Slice Of Cherry Pie

Nearly 26 years after its second season ended, the otherworldly ‘Twin Peaks’ is back

Master Of Love: Master Of None’s Beautiful, Diverse Second Season

A Woody Allen–inspired tribute to the kinds of people Woody Allen doesn’t put in his movies

I Love Dick, And If You Love A Lusty, Honest Portrayal Of A Woman’s Midlife Crisis, You Will Too

Jill Soloway’s latest show is flat-out brilliant

13 Reasons Why And The Most Powerful Teen Drug Of All: Nostalgia

The show has struck a chord with its audience because it understands how central nostalgia can be in teenage wish fulfillment

The Rise And Reign Of Drag: A Weekend Of Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve, And Talent At RuPaul’s DragCon

RuPaul didn’t invent drag, but after two days at his drag conference, it’s clear that none of this would exist in the mainstream, as it does today, without him

Catastrophe Is The Best Rom-Com On TV: A Roundtable

MTV News dissects the show’s brilliance, and the way the third season handles age, death, and a heartbreakingly hilarious farewell to Carrie Fisher

The Handmaid’s Tale: Motherhood Or Death

Despite a few odd choices (racism has somehow been eradicated in this dystopia?) Hulu’s new show is off to a terrifying start

Growing Up In Koreatown — And Watching It Burn

The view from Hoover and Pico

Q&A: Dear White People Creator Justin Simien On Taking His Outstanding Movie To TV

‘I would say that what you are in society is important: It is important that I’m a black, gay director. But more important is who you are.’

In 10 Years, Grover Will Refuse To Identify As A Feminist: Girls, Where Are They Now?

In order to provide some closure, we revisit some of the characters’ final scenes and predict where they’re heading

The Leftovers, Season 3: It’s The End Of The World And We’re Not Allowed To Forget It

In its final season, the characters are yet again mired in their depressions, delusions, and self-mutilations. And it’s like, just get over it already.

Veep: Basket Of Dickplorables

Selina and the gang may be out of the White House, but ‘Veep’ has set up a sure-to-be-great season in its first few episodes

Semen Facials And ‘Happy Diets’: Beauty Tips And Tricks From The Mid-Century GOOP

The top 10 beauty secrets from Arlene Dahl’s saucy, frank, and entertainingly oblivious ‘Beyond Beauty’

Chewing Gum Is Back In All Its Sexually Awkward Glory

Michaela Coel’s show about a 24-year-old, Beyoncé-obsessed virgin remains fresh, breezy, and charmingly broad in Season 2

The Son: Yet Another White Man Getting Woke

AMC’s new prestige drama is embedded with the now-dreary conventions of every prestige drama before it

The Shocking Conclusion To Our Search For The Queen Of Gross

All hail Tina Belcher

The Lovely Ladies Of Harlots

Hulu’s new show about 18th-century London sex workers is a fizzy fantasy of female independence

Searching for the Queen of Gross-Out Comedy, Final Round

Tina Fey and Tina Belcher go head to head, glasses to glasses, in our search for the Queen of Body Comedy

The New Adventures Of Old Christine Baskets

Through its fantastic leading lady, ‘Baskets’ reminds us of the stories we miss out on when we put the same kind of women on TV

The Unstoppable Gina Prince-Bythewood

‘Love & Basketball’s’ writer/director on her new show as an ‘autopsy’ of Ferguson, the LA riots, and the supreme importance of female swagger

Searching For The Queen Of Gross-Out Comedy: Round Two

March Madness body comedy continues, with Amy, Ilana, and the Tinas

The Arrangement: The Truth (About TomKat) Is Stranger Than Fiction

E!'s new show about an actress in a publicity marriage with a member of a mysterious church (hint, hint) is nowhere near as interesting as the real thing

Hasan Minhaj, The Very Angry Optimist

The ‘Daily Show’ correspondent on the Stewart-to-Noah transition, staying positive in an ugly world, and doing his best to not embarrass his parents

Searching For The Queen Of Gross-Out Comedy

A golden age of female body humor is upon us, and we hope it never ends. Vote in the polls below and help us determine TV’s queen of gross.