Mistress America is a zippy, quotable, old-fashioned comedy. BuzzFeed News talked to Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig about making it.
After 20 years of acting — and finally realizing she hates it — Rose McGowan has become Hollywood’s feminist whistleblower. To the industry, she says, “Fuck your rules.”
In a filing on Thursday, Cosby’s attorney Patrick J. O’Connor said that Andrea Constand has violated their confidentiality agreement.
Moore and Page play a couple fighting for equal rights in this new movie, and BuzzFeed has the exclusive trailer.
Unreal’s star, Shiri Appleby, and its co-creator Sarah Gertrude Shapiro talked to BuzzFeed News about the show’s wild first season.
The writer-director’s latest, Irrational Man, is a light comedy with some maddening implications about Allen’s increasingly tiresome work and his blithe attitude about the accusations against him.
The former supermodel who publicly accused Cosby of raping her in 1982 also told BuzzFeed News that recently released testimony in which the comedian admits using sedatives during sex with women has done little for own struggle. “I can’t say I feel vindicated at all.”
“I call myself a born-again feminist,” she tells BuzzFeed News.
Updated: NBC confirmed to BuzzFeed News that the horror drama will not be renewed for a fourth season. But its creator Bryan Fuller says, “I would love to see the show continue.”
Is it really “outing” if she was never hiding it in the first place?
Season 5 has been its most-watched season.
“Always so rude, that one.”
She left The Real Housewives of New York City because “it felt kind of gross, it felt a little dirty.” And now? “And now it’s clean.”
The network television season ended this week as it began: under continuous pressure, and posting weakened ratings. Here’s the good and the bad!
How’d you like that series finale?
TGIT isn’t going anywhere. See the new fall schedule and watch the trailers for the new shows here!
The network is saying good-bye to American Idol, and saying hello to a slew of science fiction and horror shows, including Scream Queens and Minority Report. Plus, watch trailers for some of the new series.
Check out the trailers for the new shows coming to CBS in the 2015–2016 season.