Orange Is the New Black, Mad Men, Grey’s Anatomy, and, of course, Parenthood — so much crying! Many spoilers within, and they start right away!
Angelina Jolie got totally shut out, but hooray for Jane the Virgin and Transparent!
The producer and writer received the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award at The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Breakfast on Wednesday. “We’ve all made such an incredible leap,” she said. She also quoted Beyoncé.
Scandal, The Mindy Project, and American Horror Story, we knew how to quit you.
UPDATE: Sorkin has responded to Alena Smith’s public criticisms of Sunday’s episode: “I’m saddened that she’s broken that trust.”
When asked how many Cosby accusers have sought her counsel, she said, “I literally have lost count.”
The university, Cosby’s alma mater, was facing increasing pressure to distance itself from Cosby.
WARNING: Spoilers ahead for the Nov. 23 episode. Series creators, Lisa Kudrow and Michael Patrick King, talk about how Valerie got into that mess with Seth Rogen.
The allegations the beloved comedian thought would fade away resurfaced earlier this year, and in mere months, the career Cosby had built was over.
After the former supermodel accused Cosby of raping her in 1982, his lawyer sent BuzzFeed News a letter calling the claims “false and outlandish.”
No, Don Lemon. Updated: Lemon will not face disciplinary actions.
UPDATE: After mounting public pressure, and a rash of renewed and new criminal accusations against Cosby, NBC has dumped the developing sitcom it had once touted while TV Land has pulled video clips of The Cosby Show off its website. On Tuesday, Janice Dickinson said Cosby had raped her in 1982.
“People will say, ‘Why don’t we see more of you?’ Well, because there’s a lack of scripts that are interesting to me,” the two-time Oscar winner told BuzzFeed News.
Like, immediately. And it’s now been taken down — updated!
The must-see documentary about a controversial pastor at the center of the Williston oil boom leaves its audience with questions. Director Jesse Moss gives BuzzFeed News the answers.
Dan Gilroy breaks down the upsetting relationship between Jake Gyllenhaal’s and Rene Russo’s characters for BuzzFeed News. WARNING: All of the spoilers ahead!
In 2005, Kudrow and Michael Patrick King created The Comeback for HBO, but, ahead of its time in its critique of celebrity, reality TV, and narcissism, it lasted only one season. Nine years later, they reveal the story behind the now-beloved cult comedy’s unlikely return.
Because of the movie’s LGBT content. UPDATED.
In the show-within-the-show. A BuzzFeed News exclusive!