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 comedian, who never wanted to stop working, has died at 81.
Achieve the Cozy; avoid the Empty. A guide! [Updated]
Let us pray that Orange Is the New Black finally takes down Modern Family.
Somehow, Aviva has made it worse.
On The Real Housewives of New York City.
Based on audience composition, Starz’s crime drama Power has the highest percentage of African-American viewers since HBO’s The Wire.
X-Men director Singer and attorneys on both sides of the case agreed to settle the lawsuit for $100,000 in June, a document obtained by BuzzFeed shows. But Michael Egan, the man suing Singer for sex abuse, refused to agree to the settlement. Now, Egan’s lawyer has dropped him. Another document shows that three other people — two of them previously undisclosed — had retained a lawyer to sue Singer.
Spoiler alert: Selfie isn’t that bad. BuzzFeed Entertainment staffers unite to break down the 2014–15 season’s new broadcast offerings.
Melanie Lynskey exploded into film 20 years ago, playing a murderous teenager in Heavenly Creatures — now she’s a hipster mom in Happy Christmas. She talks about her career choices, Charlie Sheen, and full-frontal nudity.
Magic in the Moonlight is a paper-thin trifle — but somehow is still hard to watch. BuzzFeed Film Critic Alison Willmore and Chief Los Angeles Correspondent Kate Aurthur discuss the film’s pitfalls.
Dawson Leery’s daddy lost it on Twitter on Friday!
Exclusive: Claire and Jamie need you to watch this, Sassanachs.
An email from 2011 that appears to be from Patric contains the phrase “Jew motherfuckers.” Take a look.
Past sexual assault allegations have re-emerged against Cosby, but that has not affected the network’s plans.
It’s official. And it will be crazy!
Like, are you kidding me with this?
“Skyler Page is no longer an employee at Cartoon Network Studios.”