The network brings down the curtain on “Bates Motel,” its ambitious prequel to “Psycho,” having taken Norman Bates from harmless-seeming youth to killer who dissociates from reality so often it’s impossible to tell which personality is the true one. Kerry Ehrin and Carlton Cuse, who created the show with Anthony Cipriano and wrote the final installment, serve up a finale that is dark and decisive, but also reflective.
Judging from the first two episodes, this is a skillfully acted, richly detailed historical show that would not be out of place on PBS or a high-end pay-cable
Mr. Macron, a former investment banker, abandoned traditional parties a year ago to form his own movement with an eclectic blend of left and right views. He ca
The diplomats are members of the powerful United Nations Security Council, an eclectic mix of America’s friends and rivals, and plenty of skeptics. Their guide to the White House is Mr. Trump’s outspoken envoy, Nikki R. Haley.
The program at Vassar, now in its 33rd year, has been a formidable breeding ground for new works before they arrive in New York City. “Hamilton” and “The
On Saturday, the Avatar Facebook page posted an image of the director James Cameron and a large production crew, with the caption “Avatar takes flight as we
“We’re not targeting them,” Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly said of such children in an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
He also promoted two of his own sons to important positions, naming Prince Khaled bin Salman ambassador to Washington and Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman state min
The top three movies at the North American box office were all holdovers. “The Fate of the Furious” (Universal) collected about $38.7 million, for a two-we
A report released this month by Choate Rosemary Hall, an elite Connecticut boarding school, is filled with instances of men who had been accused of sexually abusing students, yet were allowed to keep teaching. Now accusations have emerged that two of the men may have abused students at other schools.