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It stars Jonathan Groff, best known appearing in Glee and Hamilton.

Netflix’s ‘Mindhunter’ will hook you if you let it

October 19th, 2017

It stars Jonathan Groff, best known appearing in Glee and Hamilton.

  • Film

    The Gifted’s pilot is fast-paced and exciting, with several intense chase sequences and some smartly deployed special effects.

  • Film

    When it premiered in 1998, it was groundbreaking for its matter-of-fact depiction of the friendship between a gay man and a straight woman.

  • Film

    Already depicted in two 1994 network-TV movies, a recent Lifetime movie and numerous newsmagazines, the case has little new material to explore.

  • Film

    Is it funny enough to sustain an eight-episode series? The answer, surprisingly, is mostly yes.

  • Film

    It’s unlikely to overshadow The Wire, but it’s the most accessible and purely entertaining show David Simon has worked on since that iconic Baltimore crime ...

  • Film

    Even a bigger budget wouldn’t have fixed the stilted dialogue, one-dimensional characters and questionable acting.

  • Film

    A lot has been made of the show’s tempo shift, from meandering crawl to sudden charge.

  • Film

    Amazon’s version takes a darker approach to the character’s adventures, while retaining some of the silliness of a hulking, exuberant man-child in a bright blue ...

  • Film

    It takes too much time ramping up, wastes resources on unnecessary subplots and lacks the visual appeal of the characters’ previous Netflix outings.

  • Intersection

    Enthusiasm for the HBO show is high, and Disney/Lucasfilm just announced plans to create an immersive Star Wars-themed resort in Orlando.

  • A&E

    If you need a place to vent all your summertime anger, The Defiant Ones is highly therapeutic.

  • A&E

    The Who plays the first weekend shows of its residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

  • Film

    Brothers Mark and Jay Duplass are two of the most prolific creators right now, and they’re behind this new HBO series.

  • Film

    Set in 1936, the show takes place at the fictional Brady-American Pictures, where studio executive Monroe Stahr (Matt Bomer) is a moviemaking golden boy.

  • Film

    Jason Bateman plays a Chicago financial planner with a wife and two kids who also happens to be a longtime money-launderer for a Mexican drug ...

  • Film

    They’re all so unpleasant and treat each other so poorly, it’s hard to imagine they’d want to spend even a few minutes together.

  • Film

    TNT’s portrayal mixes of lighthearted backstage antics and dreary political intrigue, neither of which is particularly successful.

  • Film

    John Singleton and his fellow creators seem to be aiming for a sprawling social commentary along the lines of Steven Soderbergh’s Traffic, but the show ...

  • Film

    The title character is a genetically engineered “super-pig,” created by corporate agribusiness Mirando, led by a weirdly childlike CEO played by Tilda Swinton.

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    Elton had to cancel his spring shows at Caesars due to illness, and he couldn't be happier to be back in town.

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    The new Magical Technical Tour gets you up close with the sights and sounds of the beloved Cirque du Soleil production. ...

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    We weren’t ready on September 11, 2001. But we’re a different breed now; we have survived economic ruin and learned to look to our neighbors ...

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    "I’d like to have something that’s more grab-and-go, a little more casual, where families can take their kids and they don’t have to spend a ...

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    “After this event, I don’t think there’s an office or firefighter that just shakes hands. We hug now.”

  • Chef Talk

    The innovative chef talks about relocating Spago from the Forum Shops at Caesars to Bellagio in early 2018.

  • FeaturedVegas Mass Shooting

    The livelihood of Las Vegas has been wounded before, and it might be again, but the idea of Vegas is forever.

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    The LVCVA’s Rossi Ralenkotter, County Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani and many more weigh in.

  • Music

    After Janet Jackson’s October 14 concert at Mandalay Bay, she's a primary candidate for her own casino-based show.

  • Music

    Uli Geissendoerfer wants it to serve as a go-to hub shining a spotlight on the recent surge of local jazz talent.

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    “This could’ve been any one of us. We all go to concerts.”

  • Industry Weekly

    The pop icon plays Mandalay Bay Events Center October 14.

  • Music

    It aims to promote the great American art form through education, live performance and advocacy.

  • A&E

    Cockroach, LVLT, Majestic Repertory and more.

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    “Consider that a hug from your grandma,” she said as she wrapped her arms around me.

  • Dining

    They’re doing what they always do: take care of people.

  • Industry Weekly

    The new facility offers classes in contortion, hand-balancing, pilates and yoga.

  • Intersection

    Great things are happening here daily, in galleries like Random Alchemy.

  • Industry Weekly

    Sharing a seafood tower in the “treehouse” is a rite of passage.

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    We’re particularly looking forward to the Greg Norman burger with buttermilk-dill dressing, blue cheese and arugula.