The latest from Modern Love
Melanie Lynskey of "Togetherness" and the new film "Little Boxes" tells the story of a neighborhood bully and the faltering marriage he inadvertently strengthened.
Harry Lennix of NBC's "The Blacklist" reads the story of a couple who never saw their 22-year age difference as an issue. That is, until one of them had a heart attack.
Mireille Enos of ABC's "The Catch" on one expat's decision to embrace risk, get pregnant, and according to the Somali proverb, open "the mouth to her grave."
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Laura Dern of HBO's "Big Little Lies" on one priest's commitment to a parishioner in limbo.
Ry Russo-Young, director of the new feature film "Before I Fall," tells the story of a break-up, a best friend, and a performance artist.
Paul Rust, star of the Netflix comedy hit "Love," tells the story of a man who says 'no' to conversations about traffic and weather. Even on a first date.
Malin Akerman of Showtime's "Billions" tells the story of a pair of best friends who vow to stay together forever--at least until the green card arrives.
Justina Machado, star of the Netflix reboot "One Day At A Time," shares the story of one woman's quest to lose her virginity while at the same time finding herself.
Emmy Rossum, star of the Showtime series "Shameless," performs in front of a live audience.
Brian Tyree Henry, star of the hit FX show "Atlanta," and Alysia Reiner of "Orange is the New Black" kick off Part I of our live episode recorded live at the Wilbur Theater in Boston.
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"Selma" star David Oyelowo reads an essay about a blind man navigating his marriage.
Tony-nominee Megan Hilty of "Smash" and "Noises Off" reads an essay about a couple with a seemingly perfect relationship--until the other shoe drops.
Mykelti Williamson of the Oscar-nominated film "Fences" reads an essay about a father's complicated love for his son.
John Cho reads an essay about a groom gone bad.
Darby Stanchfield of ABC's "Scandal," on an ordinary family hunting trip that turns into an unexpected lesson about hope.
Sela Ward reads an essay about a beautiful relationship...or a friendship? Or a wanna-be friendship?
In this encore, Emmy Rossum reads an essay about the complexities of millennial love.