This Is Us Star Susan Kelechi Watson Nearly Quit Acting Before Beth Pearson Came Along

The actress opens up about Season 2, binge-watching 'Martin' reruns, and how she nearly quit acting before 'This Is Us'

Go-Go Forever

The rise, fall, and afterlife of Washington, D.C.’s ultimate rhythm

In Her Shoes: Finding Feminism, Cynicism, And Geena Davis At A Walmart Soda Counter In Arkansas

Welcome to the Bentonville Film Festival, where corporate feminism, Walmart, and a mostly pro-Trump audience are working to put more women in film

Female Gaze: Lana Del Rey, I Love Dick, And The Love Witch

When female artists stare deeply into the void, what does the audience see?

Zoey Deutch Is So Over Playing The Nice Girl

Please do not say the word ‘quirky’ around the 22-year-old star — ever

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

Are The 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards Haunted?

Is the Shrine Auditorium haunted? A Hollywood psychic-medium inspects for the 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards.

Lil Boosie, “Wipe Me Down,” And The Ballad Of Baton Rouge

10 years of a Southern rap classic

The Handmaid’s Tale Refuses To Say The F-Word

During a panel at the Tribeca Film Festival, cast and crew were visibly uncomfortable when asked about the show’s feminist and political message

The New Cartoon Tuesdays: How Female Cartoonists Are Changing Mainstream Publications

Artists are challenging the traditionally white, male world of illustration to recognize women’s work

Rapper Marco Pavé Brings Memphis Protest History Alive

Rapper Marco Pavé Brings Memphis Protest History Alive

Phil Elverum On Life, Death, And Meaninglessness

The Mount Eerie singer-songwriter discusses his new album, ‘A Crow Looked at Me’

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

Hurray for the Riff Raff Sings the First-Generation Blues

Alynda Segarra talks about the making of her brilliant new album, 'The Navigator'

The Search For A Black Self In The American West

Tracing the roots of cowboy music

The Life-Changing Magic Of Destroying Your Fellow Man: My Week With Sun Tzu And Steve Bannon

‘The Art of War’ taught me and Bannon to keep your friends close and your enemies closer

A New Orleans Second Line Like None Other

Residents make a complex, joyous political statement in the city’s Ninth Ward

Unicorns And Toilet Bowls: Inside The Musical Mind Of Blue’s Clues’ Steve Burns

MTV News talks to former 'Blue's Clues' host Steve Burns and The Flaming Lips' Steven Drozd about the children's album they recorded together.

Mean Girls' Kevin G. On What Happens When You Lose The Role Of A Lifetime

Tired of auditioning for geeks and terrorists, actor Rajiv Surendra set his sights on a game-changing new role. But things didn't go as planned.

The Forgotten Frequencies of 'Moonlight'

How Miami Bass, ocean waves, and pirate radio shaped the film

A Journalist takes Trump's media-bias survey

Here are his candid responses in full

How Marnie Stern Found the Sound of the Future

Celebrating a decade of the guitar player’s destiny-building wisdom

Chicago Rap Phenoms The Cool Kids Are Ready For Their Comeback

Ten years after their breakthrough, they're back to claim what's theirs

This Week In Garbageville

What did Donald Trump do this week?