Back from the Supreme Court this morning (an experience that more than anything confirmed my sense that more Americans could stand to see what’s happening in the courtroom), this is what I am reading and thinking about this afternoon. What’s on your minds? Chime in on the open thread in comments below — I will be checking in.

FILE - APRIL 21, 2014: It was reported that Netflix will raise its streaming prices on new customers for the first time since 2010 this quarter April 21, 2014. LOS GATOS, CA - JANUARY 22: A sign is posted in front of the Netflix headquarters on January 22, 2014 in Los Gatos, California. Netflix will report fourth quarter earnings today after the closing bell. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Netflix will raise its streaming prices on new customers for the first time since 2010 this quarter. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

-Netflix is going to get more expensive, starting with new subscribers.

-Questlove kicks off a roundtable on hip-hop’s past and future promise.

-I am not quite sure I am prepared to accept Aaron Sorkin’s apology for “The Newsroom.”

-Good for Lupita Nyong’o for signing with CAA, but I will feel more comfortable about her prospects when she signs on to her next project.

-Why is Major League Baseball acting like an athlete who pleaded no contest to a charge of falsely imprisoning with violence is the one who has to recover from victimization?

-Margaret Lyons compares two episodes of “Mad Men” to great effect.

-The science fiction tropes that are approaching burnout.

-Given how pleased I am with “Fargo,” I am happy to hear that Noah Hawley is going to continue working with FX.

-Plus, Dan Fienberg has a great interview with Allison Tolman, who plays Molly Solverson.

-This is not a terribly convincing case for returning to “True Blood”:

Alyssa Rosenberg blogs about pop culture for The Washington Post's Opinions section.