The peer-to-peer network is promoting the film Arthur Newman with a download, but it's also rebranding in the process.
Don't worry though, Mario Lopez will be back.
One writer calls the Joan Rivers show a "joke sweatshop."
Mufti Menk condemns the Boston bombings. "Don't mix up your cards and create baddies out of people trying to promote peace & tolerance."
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Lois Lane turns 75 this year. An appreciation of the heroine in print, radio, film, and television.
The bomb squad was dispatched to investigate, just in case.
A fake clip claiming to foreshadow the Boston Marathon bombing keeps popping up online. "They know fully well they put things in intentionally," says a YouTube user who posted the clip.
After a young, gay lawyer dies, a community wonders how vigilant it needs to be.
There have been six celebrity swatting attacks in the last week, and zero arrests. The LAPD and FBI don't want to talk about it.
BuzzFeed crunched the numbers — and they're dismal.
The WTF podcast host's television show will premiere on IFC in May.
They're certainly acting like they did.
Morrissey, Elvis Costello, and others wrote lyrics — sometimes violent ones — anticipating Thatcher's death.
In January, series creator Mitch Hurwitz said there would be 14 episodes — but yesterday Netflix confirmed 15. Here's what could be in the extra one.
Ebert was the first film critic to receive a star. On Thursday, people there remembered him fondly.
It hasn't premiered yet, but HBO's new series Vice is already defending itself against charges of "stunt journalism."
And don't worry — he promised fans he won't be doing a Kickstarter to fund it.
Kanawha County Sheriff's Office confirms the deaths of the Buckwild star and his two companions were accidental.
Teen pregnancy rates are declining, but shows about teen pregnancies are on the rise.
The 21-year-old MTV star appears to have been off-roading at the time of his death.