From ‘Starsky and Hutch’ to ‘CSI,’ the relationship between law enforcement and American television has almost always been mutually beneficial. Current events call for a new approach
In two weeks, England will crown its new king Charles III, but we have seen it all before. How has fiction treated Elizabeth II’s son, and might the turning points in the characters’ lives be repeated in real life?
Part of a centuries-old tradition of Anglo-Saxon entertainment, the controversy stirred up by the American right around the subject of drag queens also falls into a long history of moral, puritanical and religious panic