Corky (Chris Burke), Becca (Kellie Martin), and Libby Thatcher (Patti LuPone) to appear on an episode of Home & Family.
Longing for a sadomasochism movie that doesn't blur boundaries? Try Peter Strickland's dreamy The Duke of Burgundy.
There can only be one.
Producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan explain to BuzzFeed News why ratings data has led them to emphasize singing and dancing — and why this year's presenters are so diverse.
No Larry and Polly (Maria Dizzia) scenes in Season 3? Thank goodness.
The Television Academy issued new rules for the awards, most notably one that will consider 60-minute series to be dramas and 30-minute series to be comedies. UPDATE: Showtime will be petitioning for Shameless as a comedy.
It's hard to imagine why Hollywood is still filtering minorities' stories — like the one in Disney's new sports drama, about a Latino high school cross-country team — through the experiences of its white characters. But these may be some of the problematic reasons.
Director Zack Snyder tweeted the first official image of Momoa as the DC Comics hero, and also teased Justice League.
The industry's most famous and celebrated black women gather and honor one another at the annual Oscars week luncheon.
Harris Wittels, an executive producer of Parks and Recreation, was found dead at his home Thursday of a possible drug overdose.
It's not over until a piano falls out of the sky, apparently. WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD FROM THE SERIES FINALE.
And it's all thanks to Cicely Tyson's incredible How to Get Away With Murder debut! WARNING: Spoilers for the Feb. 19 episode ahead!
Once a Gladiator, always a Gladiator! WARNING: Spoilers ahead for the Feb. 19 episode.
Parks and Rec co-creator Michael Schur tells BuzzFeed how those snazzy gadgets — including Gryzzl — were brought to life.
Jamey Phillips has been working on a film about the comedian, with his participation, since 2007. But with Cosby's reputation in tatters, the movie may never see the light of day.
"I often get typecast as a quirky, misfit girl — the friend you don't really hear the story of," the actor told BuzzFeed News. "So I was excited to see that girl's story here ... It was interesting to get to glorify anyone who's ever felt like a misfit."
Tuesday night's episode of Fresh Off The Boat had a very important lesson to teach.
Get on Glenn Close's level.
The Saturday Night Live alum, who co-wrote the "Celebrity Jeopardy" sketch, revealed on Twitter that Murphy did not want to the play the comedian, who has been faced with numerous sexual assault allegations in recent months. UPDATE: Bill Cosby thanks Eddie Murphy. "I applaud his actions."
"Channing Tatum's in the house. So it's going to get a little crazy."
He's at the top of his game in the indie movie musical The Last Five Years, but the actor tells BuzzFeed News he wouldn't be there without the learning experience that was NBC's musical series.
UPDATED: After District 9 director Neill Blomkamp shared a whole bunch of Aliens concept art in January, the studio has hired him to actually develop the movie.
Willa Holland (Thea Queen from Arrow) told us the first thing that came to mind when she heard these iconic ladies' names.
We're talking important secret stuff, like who takes the most selfies on set.
This doesn't mean you're going to get an Oscar too.
"The one where Ross gets a flat-pack sofa from Ikea so doesn't need to pivot."
BuzzFeed News Senior Film Reporter Adam B. Vary gives his predictions for who will take home the gold at the very confusing 87th Academy Awards, and BuzzFeed News Film Critic Alison Willmore picks her favorites for who most deserves to win.
"Everybody better be on their toes."
I wasn't sure if he'd find the show funny. But it seemed to bring us closer together.
Lionsgate promoted the scene with binary code, some HTML excavation, and an #UnlockMockingjay hashtag — and then it leaked on Tumblr. UPDATED with a second deleted scene featuring Jennifer Lawrence.
The three and a half hours was worth it.
New York's hottest club on Sunday night was the "Weekend Update" desk.
"I wanted to know why aren't there more black women ... In general."
Also, there was a Bill Cosby joke.
Chris Farley would've been proud.
And Debbie Downer interrupted them, which made it even better.
And Tina Fey rolled her eyes so hard. Then Rudy Giuliani made one too!
Those who've read the book and those who've seen the film might have different opinions as to whether or not the BDSM story glamorizes sexual abuse. BuzzFeed News Chief Los Angeles Correspondent Kate Aurthur and Film Critic Alison Willmore discuss its take on sex and romance. Spoilers!