Master of ***SeXy***
Master of ***SeXy***
Who says work can’t be fun?
Time to find out whether you should be hanging out at Tom’s Restaurant, or if you’re actually a regular at Central Perk.
Ever experience the frustration of not being able to find something to watch on Netflix? This might be why.
How actress Elaine Stritch, who died on Thursday at 89, inspired me to revisit the golden age of Hollywood.
RIP to the ultimate lady who lunches.
WELCOME TO MY CHRISTMAS ATTACK ZONE.
The celebrated actress and singer, who in recent years became known for her recurring role on the NBC comedy 30 Rock, died at her Michigan home on Thursday.
But she is working on another magical movie!
“I want to go to there.”
More than a week after the actor was critically injured in a six-car accident, his representative says he is now in fair condition.
Update: Morgan’s rep said in a statement that the actor has been “more responsive today” after getting out of surgery. He is expected to be in the hospital for several weeks.
We’re not proud, but we’ve all done it.
Once you know about this pattern, you’ll see it everywhere.
Seven seasons, 198 hats, one Frank Rossitano.
You know, besides “It’s not a tumor.”
“WHAT IS THE DEAL WITH MY LIFE?!”
Plus 10 musicians who never seem to age, 8 signs you’re an awful roommate, and advice that Jack Donaghy would give Alec Baldwin right now.
I want to go to there.
Maulik Pancholy came out in November during an interview for Out Magazine’s annual “Out 100” list.
How a comedy novice went from sleeping on subways to being the hottest stand-up act in the country.
From Pete Campbell’s sarcastic retort to the best “YOLO” of the year, here’s a look back at 2013’s most quotable television moments. Presented in no particular order.
Gone, but not forgotten. R.I.P.
Plus the 24 most important selfies of 2013, “Rich Kids of Instagram” becomes a novel, and 7 awful lessons you learned from Beauty and the Beast.
Tina Fey and her college roommate Cady in slightly less-than-glamorous roles. (Via UVA Magazine).
Reminder: The Wire won zero Emmys. ZERO.
Nothing else is as spoooooky scaaaaary. Not even close.
BuzzFeed asked celebrities on the Emmys red carpet what network TV can learn from the success that cable and Netflix have had this year. Find out what Kevin Spacey, Taylor Schilling, and Jeff Daniels had to say about this teaching moment.