It has a lot to do with unity—and a little something to do with earworms.
The creatures made famous by Game of Thrones went extinct some 13,000 years ago. Now geneticists know a little more about where they come from.
We have a glut of streaming options. But if recent events show us anything, it’s that live TV news is far from obsolete.
From Marvel hopefuls to mind-bending dramas, here are all the series you’ll need to keep an eye on this year.
From Dune to Black Widow, a ton of films got delayed due to Covid-19. Here are the ones WIRED is hoping to see, whether at home or (finally) in a theater.
This year radically changed what live events—at least those that weren’t canceled—look like. It also taught organizers some lessons.
Coast-to-coast roll calls, Billie Eilish, and Meg Whitman’s quick bite—this year’s all-digital Democratic National Convention was a lesson in the new voyeurism.
The comedian, whose impersonations of Trump garnered a huge following on social media, is now hosting late-night and getting her own Netflix special.
The rules banning movie studios from owning cinemas have been overturned—just in time for theaters in need of a bailout.
At the beginning of quarantine, it was a lifeline for folks missing the thing people used to call “going out.”