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While I’ll Be Gone in The Dark and Unsolved Mysteries make for compelling TV, it’s time for true crime to move past white middlebrow comfort food.
Regis Philbin was a staple of American TV for decades.
In early March, the "Say So" rapper had mocked people who were scared of the virus. She now says she experienced "a four-day symptom freak out."
We urgently need new ways to talk about public figures living with mental illness.
The musician has used TikTok to revamp his career, but he’s also perpetuating many of the app’s long-standing issues.
The couple’s Facebook Watch interview about Jada’s relationship with August Alsina was eye-opening in more ways than one.
“If [Ellen] wants to have her own show and have her name on the show title, she needs to be more involved to see what's going on,” one former employee said.
“I’m incredibly grateful to be alive and that I’m expected to make a full recovery,” the rapper said on Instagram.
“Glee” Creators Remember Naya Rivera As “A Joy To Write For, A Joy To Direct And A Joy To Be Around”
“We had lucked into finding one of the most talented, special stars we would ever have the pleasure of working with."
"Her brilliance and humor were unmatched. Her beauty and talent were otherworldly,” Glee’s Chris Colfer said.
The Glee actor had gone missing on Wednesday from a boat on a lake just outside Los Angeles.
Video footage released by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department shows Rivera and her son renting the boat she later disappeared from.
Jenny Slate Opened Up About Her "Flawed And Racist" Decision To Voice A Black Character On "Big Mouth"
"I looked around my life and I could see very clearly where my reasoning was flawed and racist," Slate told BuzzFeed's News O'Clock podcast.
A look back at the incredible life of one of art history's most recognized and celebrated icons.
From Michaela Coel's I May Destroy You to the new season of The Twilight Zone.
Recent firings and casting choices on Bravo and The Bachelor, following complaints about racism, are a reminder of all the work still left to be done behind the scenes.
The decision comes five months after actor Hank Azaria announced he would no longer be voicing the controversial character Apu.
The bizarrely misogynist Polish erotic film 365 Days has taken over the streaming service during the pandemic. Spoilers, obviously, as if anything matters anymore.
"Black characters on an animated show should be played by Black people."
“30 Rock” Episodes That Show Characters In Blackface Are Being Pulled From Streaming Services And Syndication
“I understand now that ‘intent’ is not a free pass for white people to use these images. I apologize for pain they have caused,” Tina Fey said in a statement.
"If your ass pass out in the middle of a show onstage," said Hughley, "you probably need to get tested.”
In a statement on Instagram, the actor said he and the woman had a "brief, legal, and entirely consensual relationship," but he said he did not behave well in their breakup.
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On his new song “Snow on tha Bluff,” Cole asks Noname, a fellow rapper and Black woman, to do the hard work for him.
With its inclusive casting and thoughtful editing, the reality show captures what dating actually feels like.
Los Angeles police started investigating Masterson in 2017 for three separate incidents in the early 2000s.
The denial comes after women on Twitter shared alleged screenshots of emails and conversations they said they had had with the actor when they were underage.
The Oscars are shifting back by two months after the coronavirus shut down Hollywood film sets and emptied out movie theaters.
Undoubtedly raw, 8:46, Chappelle's set about George Floyd and the killings of Black people feels like the first meaningful mainstream art to emerge from this particular moment.
From Bon Appétit to CrossFit, top editors and executives are being called out for racism. But the Black Lives Matter movement is about much more than white-collar accountability.