In the Season 2 premiere of MTV’s Faking It, which explores the spectrum of sexuality, a main character reveals that she was born with an intersex condition. Here’s what went into that decision — and why it was so important to get it right. WARNING: This post contains spoilers about the Faking It Season 2 premiere.
With so many shows out there, how can you keep track of them all? This quiz is here to help you decide what to go for next.
And then they started making out, too.
“There are no accidents,” Lizzy Caplan says in BuzzFeed’s exclusive trailer for the second season of Showtime’s sexy period drama.
Lee Pace in an ’80s computer-programming drama, a Victorian horror mash-up, sex researchers, Jack Bauer, Louie, and female prisoners? Check, check, check, check, check, and check.
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.
There were plenty of standout characters who elevated the movies and shows they were in this year. Here are our favorites, and the actors who portrayed them. In no particular order!
Yes, returning shows like Breaking Bad, Mad Men, The Good Wife, Borgen, Parenthood, and others were aces this year. But this is all about the newcomers.
Visually stunning and refreshingly witty opening credits may have been disappearing from television, but many new shows brought the art form back this year.
From Nick and Jess on New Girl to Nolan and Patrick on Revenge, here are the kisses and couples that excited us most this year.
While LGBT representation went down slightly in 2013, the bigger problem is how LGBT characters were portrayed. With displays of same-sex affection so invisible, gay characters just aren’t on the same footing as their heterosexual counterparts.
We should all read these ASAP.
New research suggests that some games may cause women to internalize “blame the victim” myths.
NSFW (unless your job is in the study of human sexuality too).
What would Nanny Fine say about this, Nicholle Tom?!
Costume designer Ane Crabtree spends a lot of time thinking about sex, and specifically, about how people studying it in the 1950s would dress. It’s a fun job, needless to say.
No pun intended. Lizzy Caplan and Michael Sheen talking about sexy times? Yes, please!
It’s almost the new year, and there’s plenty to look forward to — from The Carrie Diaries and Beautiful Creatures to Oldboy.