Arts & Entertainment
From living as an immigrant in the US to hunting Nazis hidden in plain sight, these shows being rolled out by Hulu, Apple TV+, Amazon, and Netflix touch on a range of topics.
The conservative cohost of The View has become emblematic of a certain kind of civility argument no one is interested in hearing anymore.
Can we ever trust again?
Tyler Perry’s (terrible) new Netflix movie A Fall From Grace makes it clear that it’s time he started collaborating with artists who actually have something to say.
The mostly harmless new Netflix series The Goop Lab makes it easy to forget the damage Gwyneth Paltrow’s pseudoscience-y brand of "wellness" can do.
The Netflix documentary Cheer shows viewers something I learned a long time ago: All kinds of people become cheerleaders, for all kinds of reasons — and some are profoundly changed by it. (A few spoilers.)
Award season is upon us!
The new series Killer Inside explores the role that queerness and denial might have played in Hernandez’s life, death, and crimes.
The second season of Netflix’s You celebrates Los Angeles for an authenticity that increasingly doesn’t exist anymore. (Spoilers for Season 1.)
“I hope our Little Women does for another generation of girls and women what it did for me: lights a fire to write your book, make your movie, sing your verse,” Greta Gerwig said.
Joker’s commercial success — and now its critical success — makes the filmmakers’ persecution complex even more absurd.
Cynthia Erivo is the only nonwhite actor nominated.
The new Netflix sketch comedy show Astronomy Club is a hilarious delight.
The memoirist helped set the stage for an entire era of confessional writing.
“Why aren't we celebrating her music? ‘Cause it isn’t going to be awesome if she gets diabetes,” Michaels told BuzzFeed News.
Get ready for a world run by warring online communities completely lost in their own misinformation. Warning: This post contains spoilers for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
"Make no mistake, the tragedy unfolding in Australia is climate change–based," said Russell Crowe in a speech read by Jennifer Aniston.
"I'm also grateful to have lived in a moment in our society where choice exists, because as women and as girls, things can happen to our bodies that are not our choice."
It was a big night for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and the World War I drama 1917.
Rian Johnson’s star-studded whodunnit has succeeded by exceeding people’s expectations for what they’ll find at the movie theater.
After seven magical seasons, the cast of Bravo's hit reality show have outgrown their roles.
Greta Gerwig’s adaptation leaves room for the idea that Jo might be different in a way Louisa May Alcott never put into words. Spoilers ahead.
In 2010, celebrities were beholden to swarms of paparazzi and the ever-present threat of TMZ. A decade later, they’re back in control.
Did anyone who worked on Cats meet an actual cat??
Jason Derulo's dick and its censorship have ruled headlines, but the truth is a little more complicated.
The Family Of A "Walking Dead" Stunt Performer Killed In 2017 Has Been Awarded $8.6 Million In Damages
"This verdict sends a clear message regarding the need to both elevate and strictly adhere to industry safety standards every day, on every shoot, on every film set," the family's attorney said.
We asked the BuzzFeed News team what scenes and moments they're unable to forget after this decade of TV and movies.
The story of how Beyoncé went from making good — but not great — albums to some of the most important works of art in the past 10 years.
“I don't think that they're necessarily aware of the extent to which they are challenging the norm,” star Rachel Brosnahan told BuzzFeed News. (Spoilers for Season 3 ahead!)
Love her or hate her, Taylor Swift embodied the contradictions of the decade in pop music.