Late capitalism gets an antihero show.
Sara Fredman talks to author Lindy West on women and likability, the evolution of pop culture, and navigating conversations in a complex, messy world.
Pamela Adlon’s Better Things is not a riff on the antihero show so much as it is an antidote to it.
Cersei Lannister could have been a great antihero, but she was on the wrong show.
The Americans shows us one way to write a female antihero.
Sara Fredman thinks about the voices in her life as she raises young children and reckons with her fading father.
Golden Age antiheroes and the nasty women who humanized them.