The Newsroom star plays a New Yorker concerned his online girlfriend is not what she appears to be in this trailer, exclusive to BuzzFeed.
From revivals of 20th century classics to brand-new musicals, the fall theater season is about taking chances on Broadway and off. Here's a look at 17 shows to get excited about.
There's only one way to find out.
A refresher on where Meredith & Co. left off before the Season 11 premiere on Sept. 25.
Director David Fincher and stars Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike have made a film adaptation that feels nastier and less balanced than Gillian Flynn's novel. Warning: Minor spoilers ahead!
In three big charts.
I'll be there for you when you don't have the ideal way to describe something.
We were never on a break.
"Guys, where are we?"
An NBC spokesperson told BuzzFeed News TMZ's report is inaccurate.
Chrismukkah was almost called Hannamas.
The CBS drama definitely isn't cooling down with age, despite Will Gardner's absence.
South Park ran an ad for an upcoming episode that pokes fun at the team and its name controversy during the Washington vs. Philadelphia game.
The bandmates behind the Friends theme song tell BuzzFeed News about the version that was deemed too dark for TV, the original music video concept that the cast didn't like, and how they learned to love the song they can't escape. Plus, they put the number-of-claps debate to rest!
"I'm so excited," he told the Sunday World.
"Hey Upper East Siders..."
The series will return in 2015 with Melissa Rivers' blessing.
“I don’t have any time to stay up all night worrying about what someone who doesn’t love me has to say about me."
The latest would-be YA dystopian franchise starts with a fascinating premise and ends with a whimper. But everything in between is pretty great!
From biopics about scientists to biopics about civil rights leaders to biopics about women trekking through the wilderness, here are the most likely contenders for the 2014 season.
Califorrrrrrrrrrniiiaaaaaaaaaaaa. Here we come.
On an exclusive visit to the set of AHS: Freak Show, creator Ryan Murphy and star John Carroll Lynch talk to BuzzFeed about their nightmare-inducing clown creation. Plus, watch a brand-new teaser!
"I'm going to need to put down the internet and go dance this one out. Because ish is getting real."
In this exclusive deleted scene, the most puzzling and long-lingering question from the CBS series is solved!
There are some pleasant surprises coming this year — and yes, some disasters. Here are the fall 2014 shows of distinction, good and bad, in handy chronological order!
The star of Fox's Sleepy Hollow breathes life into 21 of the most popular emojis!
"Fool me once, shame on you, but teach a man to fool me, and I'll be fooled for the rest of my life." So, shame on you, BoJack Horseman.
Liam Neeson's new crime drama, A Walk Among the Tombstones, turns female characters into gruesome cannon fodder in a way that feels outdated, not retro.
But Ellen Pompeo in cornrows cannot be unseen #BlueIsTheNewBlack
Julian Fellowes' costume drama begins its fifth year with a slew of domestic intrigues in place, as well as some new tensions. WARNING: Minor spoilers ahead!
It's part of a running joke on social media between Star Wars: Episode VII director J.J. Abrams and Batman v Superman director Zack Snyder. And it is getting a little weird.
Use the photo slider to compare these celebs... It's just like magic.
Because Eli's surprising question for Alicia isn't the only insane thing to happen in the last episode. Not everyone has as sharp a memory as the lawyers at Florrick, Agos & Associates.
According to a report from the Directors Guild of America, minority females directed only 2% of series' episodes in the 2013–2014 television season.
Come back to us, you beautiful, naive, sophisticated newborn baby.
Liza Weil, best known for playing Rory Gilmore's neurotic frenemy on Gilmore Girls, talks about what she learned from life in Stars Hollow, working in ShondaLand for five years, and becoming a series regular again on How to Get Away With Murder.
Biographer Mark Whitaker comments on why, in its nearly 500 pages, Cosby: His Life and Times doesn't address the 2006 sexual assault lawsuit that led to 13 other women coming forward with similar stories.
The Guest is the modern answer to the '80s blockbuster you didn't know you were waiting for. And in it, Dan Stevens proves he is much more than just Matthew Crawley.
I couldn't help but wonder: Was Pete the dog really scared of Aidan?