TV And Movies
The "Parks And Rec" Cast Just Revealed A Bunch Of Behind-The-Scenes Secrets About The Show
I ~literally~ cannot believe it's been 10 years.
A Totally Insane Sequel To "Forrest Gump" Was Scrapped After 9/11
The sequel would've seen Forrest Gump meet OJ Simpson and Princess Diana.
“The Other Two” Is One Of The Best Shows About Gay Men On TV Right Now
From its frank depictions of gay sex to its expert lampooning of Instagays, Comedy Central's The Other Two is both sardonic and sincere.
Here's Our First Proper Look At "Toy Story 4"
Why are there still three more months to wait until June 21?!
“Greta” Is A “Murder Me, Mommy” Meme Come To Life
French acting legend Isabelle Huppert is the rare fave who seems like she really could run you over with a car if you asked nicely enough.
I Worked In College Admissions And Had To Admit A Bunch Of Mediocre Rich Kids
Celebrities like Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin don’t need to resort to criminality to get their kids into elite schools — college admissions already favor the wealthy.
The First Full-Length Trailer For Disney's Live-Action "Aladdin" Is Finally Here
Aladdin arrives in theaters on May 24.
How Traditional Ideas About The Ideal Father Can Mask Abuse
From R. Kelly to Michael Jackson, men accused of preying on children often use idealized versions of fatherhood to maintain their innocence and hide their abuse.
A “Golden Girls” Puppet Parody Show Is At The Centre Of A Bitter Legal Battle
From Off-Off-Broadway to the Australian Federal Court: The partnership behind a puppet parody show based on ’80s sitcom The Golden Girls has turned sour.
I Wish More TV Shows Ran For Just One Season
Must the reward for a successful TV show always be for it to keep going until it's not as good as it used to be?
“Leaving Neverland” Reveals The Monster We Didn’t Want To See In Michael Jackson
In telling the gut-wrenching stories of two boys who survived Jackson’s alleged abuse, the HBO documentary digs deep into the most painful contradictions of a cultural icon.
We’re Finally Listening To Lorena Bobbitt. Why Did It Take So Long?
Documentaries that rethink decades-old scandals, like Amazon’s Lorena, are becoming routine. But when will we start extending public empathy in real time?
The BBC Added Abortion Information To Its Support Website After A Huge Backlash When They Said It Was Too "Contentious" To Include
The BBC initially refused to signpost abortion services after "Call The Midwife" showed a backstreet abortion claiming it would "imply the BBC supported one side or another".
A Disney Channel Character Came Out As Gay To His Friend And Basically Made History
"This milestone is just another stitch in a rich and vibrant tapestry that is Cyrus Goodman."
A "Wicked" Movie Is Officially Coming To Theaters In 2021
Ariana Grande as Glinda and Lea Michele as Elphaba, perhaps? We can dream.
"Russian Doll" And "The Good Place" Want Us To Be Better
At the heart of both TV shows is the belief that while we might all die alone, the key to getting through life is by being kind to one another. (Spoilers ahead!)
Why Are “Bohemian Rhapsody” And “Green Book” Still Oscar Frontrunners?
As this turbulent award season comes to an end, Hollywood appears to be closing ranks around two controversial movies (and their creators) that don't really deserve to be defended.
“The Real Housewives Of Atlanta” Shows How Impossible The American Dream Is
More than just a meme generator, the hit reality series reflects the bourgeois panic triggered by the 2008 recession.
Terry Crews Called Out D.L. Hughley For Mocking His Sexual Assault Claim
“It’s hard for me to think that a dude with all those muscles can’t tell an agent not to touch his ass,” Hughley had said on a radio show in August.
Letterboxd Memes Are The Film Reviews We Need Right Now
The primary source of Jake Gyllenhaal thirst.
“Schitt’s Creek” And The Return Of The Nice Comedy
TV shows like Schitt's Creek, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and The Good Place show how earnestness is the new wave.
Netflix's "You" Captures The Hell Of Dating As A Straight Woman
The dark dramedy takes the horrors of modern dating to hilariously morbid extremes. Warning: Spoilers ahead.
The “90 Day Fiancé” Train Wreck Just Stopped Being Fun To Watch
The price you have to pay for watching 90 Day Fiancé, seemingly, is that you have to admit to yourself that you’re a bad person who likes bad things.
Why I’ve Had Trouble Buying Hollywood’s Version Of Girl Power
I get the desire to take comfort in cheerful stories of women’s triumph, from Ocean's 8 to On the Basis of Sex. But in 2018, I haven’t found them very comforting.
Pitbull Has Covered "Africa" And Oh My God It Is So Good
I'm not even joking, it's great.
These Are The 11 Best Movies Of 2018
This year was bad, but at least the movies were good. Here are my favorites.
I’m Tired Of Looking At All These Bad Wigs On Black Actors
From The Walking Dead to True Detective, this year was replete with bad wigs that suggested a casual disregard for black people’s interiority.
How Craig David’s Debut Album Taught Me That Love Could Be Effortless and Easy
The British R&B artist met the fervor of the genre with his own easygoing style in Born to Do It, which helped form my understanding of love and storytelling in music.
“Friends” Fans Rest Assured, The Show Isn’t Leaving Netflix In 2019
Friends will remain on Netflix throughout 2019.
Fox Is Investigating Neil DeGrasse Tyson After Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct
Three women have accused the celebrity astrophysicist of inappropriate sexual behavior.