'Ghost Stories' is hardly about ghosts as we understand them in common parlance; it is about the demons within, and social evils which go unchecked.
Storytelling has changed, but the allure of escaping into a story remains the same, mental and physical health concerns be damned.
The series has won accolades for its honest and matter-of-fact portrayal of a practising Muslim.
For all its fart jokes and sight gags, the show belongs to a venerable philosophical and theological tradition.
The first part of the show’s final season raises pertinent questions about our approaches to mental health.
Behind the magical tale is a deep layer of linguistic meaning.
Today’s red carpet scene is as exciting as it is uninteresting.