Once a source of shame, but I now say it proudly: bad English is my heritage.
Lawsuits, mountains of unsold leggings, and families drowning in debt: the tumultuous story behind a multilevel marketing brand that promised millennial women a pathway to financial freedom.
The new Netflix dating show is a grab bag of reality TV genres that doesn’t quite go anywhere.
The few stories we see about fat women are still so often limited to their love lives — which are still so often depressingly mediocre.
The shortlist includes Nicole Dennis-Benn, Valeria Luiselli, and others.
The reality television staple is almost two decades old, and tinkering with its formula is yielding diminishing returns.
Science was a place I ultimately left, not so much because I wanted to, but because I had to.
An excerpt from Emma Copley Eisenberg's The Third Rainbow Girl: The Long Life of a Double Murder in Appalachia, the BuzzFeed Book Club's March pick.
The new Hulu series starring Zoë Kravitz is a thoughtful twist on the original book and movie.
Monsters, magic, folklore, and battles — everything you need to tide you over until Season 2 arrives.
The Academy knows that it has a diversity problem and last night attempted to remedy it.
If two wealthy women over 70 can’t get their act together, what hope is there for the rest of us?
As Taylor Swift admits in the Netflix documentary Miss Americana, unhealthy relationships with food can hide in plain sight.
Once pigeonholed as “the hottest blonde ever,” the star of Birds of Prey has become one of Hollywood’s most promising producers.
The best films out of Sundance 2020 include a feature based on a viral Twitter thread and a time-warp rom-com starring Andy Samberg.
For the past 10 years, I’ve celebrated the anniversary of my remission as a way to pause and reflect on my life: what’s changed, what’s the same, what’s worse, what's better.
Facing public budget cuts and restrictive anti-abortion legislation, some medical providers are using Reddit to connect with people who can't find answers anywhere else.
Simpson's Open Book is a more candid chronicle than Miss Americana, but each one offers a portrait of a young woman finding herself in the music industry in a different and revealing way.
It shouldn’t surprise us that fiftysomethings, from Jennifer Lopez to Jennifer Aniston, can still look this good.
Some recent must-reads, as recommended by the BuzzFeed Books newsletter.
The "Queen of Suspense" published 56 books, each one a bestseller.
In its final season, BoJack Horseman holds BoJack — and those of us watching in the real world — to account. (Spoilers!)
From Parasite to Hustlers, a lot of last year’s most notable movies offered sharp critiques of capitalism and the widening class divide — while others celebrated the status quo. (Spoilers for Knives Out, Uncut Gems, The Irishman, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.)
As a formerly undocumented Mexican immigrant, I’ve longed for more books telling our stories to be published and celebrated. Jeanine Cummins’ American Dirt is not what I was hoping for.
There isn’t a lot of fresh insight into Bieber’s life or his art in his new YouTube documentary series Seasons.
These novels (some available now, some about to be) are more than necessary or “important” — they are books you’ll love reading.
Friends, colleagues, and fans are remembering and celebrating the beloved artist on social media.
A year before he died, my father called me and sounded different — like he was lost on a bender and wasn’t coming back.
The conservative cohost of The View has become emblematic of a certain kind of civility argument no one is interested in hearing anymore.
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.