TV And Movies
The primary source of Jake Gyllenhaal thirst.
TV shows like Schitt's Creek, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and The Good Place show how earnestness is the new wave.
The dark dramedy takes the horrors of modern dating to hilariously morbid extremes. Warning: Spoilers ahead.
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.
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.
I'm not even joking, it's great.
This year was bad, but at least the movies were good. Here are my favorites.
From The Walking Dead to True Detective, this year was replete with bad wigs that suggested a casual disregard for black people’s interiority.
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 will remain on Netflix throughout 2019.
Three women have accused the celebrity astrophysicist of inappropriate sexual behavior.
"We are incredibly saddened by the news that Steve Hillenburg has passed away following a battle with ALS," a Nickelodeon spokesperson said.
The Favourite and The Death of Stalin are dark historical comedies that work as funhouse mirrors, reflecting back warped shapes that look a little more recognizable than we'd like.
The film stars Donald Glover and Beyoncé.
Cattrall is said to have felt that centering the film on the death of Mr. Big “didn’t have a lot to offer the character of Samantha.”
The drag legend seems to be embracing transgender inclusivity after being criticized for what some believed were harmful comments earlier this year.
In Mid90s, Minding the Gap, and Skate Kitchen, skateboarding doesn't just look good onscreen — it’s a fascinating way to deal with race, gender, and what it means to belong.
India’s #MeToo movement has finally reached cinema — but unlike in Hollywood, the women leading the way aren't household names.
The actor’s performances in Homecoming, Ben Is Back and other recent roles push back against the image that has defined her for so long.
"People are trying to prove they're not mad by getting extremely mad for several days."
In trying to tell Mercury’s queer story through his straight bandmates’ eyes, the new Queen biopic ends up saying almost nothing at all.
The Hate U Give, Monsters and Men, and Blindspotting don't have anything to say beyond police brutality is bad. (Warning: spoilers.)
A British TV Channel Is Celebrating 20 Years Of The Black Eyed Peas Hosted By "Their Friend" Joanna Lumley And People Have Questions
"This reads like a bot just threw words together."
"Being mentally ill is not an excuse to be a jackass, okay?"
Seeing Live Nation/Ticketmaster credited at the end of A Star Is Born is like finding out The Handmaid’s Tale was produced by Donald Trump.
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga have remade A Star Is Born as a tender, conflicted love story for the age of poptimism. (Spoilers, if you haven’t caught any of the three previous versions of this movie.)
“It’s a time for black British women to just be. There’s so much healing in that.”
Barrymore's people say the author never sat down with the actor, but the author is standing by the story that appeared in Egypt Air's in-flight magazine.
“I’m a keg-is-half-full kind of guy.”
Titled "Part 2," the Netflix documentary series will follow Steven Avery's lawyers attempting to prove his innocence as his nephew Brendan Dassey's lawyers argue that his confession was obtained improperly.