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No The Good Wife! No Tatiana Maslany! No Mindy Kaling!
Because you know you want to have what they’re having.
Soccer is as soccer does.
Sorry, Kim Richards.
“It’s like taking SpongeBob outta SpongeBob Squarepants.”
Wait, Shia, aren’t you “not famous anymore”?
So much Soso.
We’re all in this together.
In 1993, the woman behind Big Boo famously called herself “a big dyke” on late night television. More than two decades later, she talks to BuzzFeed about achieving her goal of changing mainstream America’s perceptions of queer people, thanks to Jenji Kohan’s hit Netflix series.
The women behind Dillon’s legendary Collette sisters talk Riggins men, the most controversial storyline in FNL history, and much more.
Uzo Aduba has seen the Bantu knot-wearing, eyeball-bulging fan favorite go from territorial would-be lover to dangerously devoted daughter on the hit Netflix series. She talks to BuzzFeed about Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren’s shocking second season arc. Warning: Season 2 spoilers ahead!
After five seasons on the NBC sketch comedy series, the actress doesn’t think it’s likely she’ll be able to do both and Fox’s Mulaney.
Two of BuzzFeed’s most obsessed Orange fans discuss each episode of the Netflix prison drama’s sophomore season. Now with all 13 episodes!
It was cut from the movie, but there’s one way you can still see it. OK? OK.
Football shakes up the CBS schedule a bit as mainstays move around, but after that, it will be business as usual.
Three ShondaLand shows will air back-to-back-to-back on Thursdays, while ABC splits up the Marvel Universe. Everything else is business as usual.
Because the same thing that happened in Season 1 also seems to happen in Season 7.
The internet blew up over the report that West was taking over for Columbus Short on Scandal, but it turned out it was just a hoax. “It’s kind of cool everyone’s talking about me for a second,” the actor told BuzzFeed about his bizarre 15 minutes of fame.
NBC has announced its schedule for next season and the Amy Poehler-fronted comedy is noticeably absent.