Plus, here's the first video of Jon Stewart and his successor at the Daily Show desk.
The Republican presidential candidate has spoken out against the 19 Kids and Counting star, who campaigned for him in 2012.
BuzzFeed News has an exclusive look at the eight sensates in the upcoming Netflix series.
"We deserve to dance like no one's watching. And watch like no one's raping," she tells the jury in an Inside Amy Schumer sketch.
The actor took to Twitter and Instagram to pay tribute to his mother, who died this weekend.
The day after allegations emerged against one of the show's stars, Josh Duggar, the network pulled reruns of the series from its schedule.
"Let others run from them. We will run to them with our support," Huckabee said in a statement posted to his Facebook page.
The First Photos From "Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp" Are Everything You'd Want Them To Be
BuzzFeed News can exclusively reveal the first images from the highly anticipated Netflix revival of the 2001 cult classic.
The E! reality show aired a two-part special documenting the Kardashian-Jenner family learning about Bruce Jenner's transition. And it was incredibly emotional.
Because there are an aca-lot. WARNING: THIS POST IS FILLED WITH SPOILERS FROM THE FILM.
Streaming site Hulu has picked up the show, after Fox canceled it last week, for a 26-episode fourth season.
WARNING: SPOILERS FROM THE SEASON 11 FINALE, "YOU'RE MY HOME."
Ben Savage and Rowan Blanchard spoke with BuzzFeed about Cory and Riley Matthews and shared some spoilers from the upcoming second season of the Disney Channel original series.
Rowan Blanchard demonstrated Eric Matthews' (Will Friedle) beloved "Feeny Call," which she does in the upcoming Season 2, during an interview with BuzzFeed.
Did they or didn't they? WARNING: SPOILERS FROM THE MAY 10 EPISODE "WANNA PARTNER?"
The network is saying good-bye to American Idol, and saying hello to a slew of science fiction and horror shows, including Scream Queens and Minority Report. Plus, watch trailers for some of the new series.
BuzzFeed News can exclusively reveal the first trailer and photos from set of the highly anticipated series from Andy and Lana Wachowski and co-creator Joe Straczynski. Plus, Straczynski spoke with BuzzFeed News about the mysterious show, which explores sexuality, gender, and politics in today's world.
But BuzzFeed News can confirm there are talks of the show returning for a fourth season (and maybe more!) on Hulu.
Check out the trailers for the new shows coming to CBS in the 2015–2016 season.
From the Vanity Fair cover story.