But Vegemite is so, so good.
But Vegemite is so, so good.
We can’t all be Haley.
Watch the sun rise at least once a day.
“You can tell a lot about a person from his biography.” — Phil Dunphy
He obviously thinks he can dance.
InVESTigating a boy and his Manny vests. Sorry not sorry.
What do you do when your co-star falls asleep with a tissue on her face? Photobomb her, of course.
The Kids Are All Right was eerily similar to my life.
We lost a lot of the good ones this year — and several of the not-so-good ones too. Also, SPOILER ALERT for like, pretty much every show. You’ve been warned.
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.
This grandma/vixen has it all figured out.
The direct address format that worked for The Office and Modern Family has grown stale from overuse. By breaking the fourth wall, new series like The Michael J. Fox Show are holding themselves back.
If only you were this cool at 13.
Wham, bam, thank you Cam.
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.
BuzzFeed asked celebrities on the Emmys red carpet which gone-but-not-forgotten TV series they would bring back. Find out what Jeff Daniels, Taylor Schilling, Anna Faris, and more are longing for.
So many out-of-left-field wins this year — both exciting and not-that-exciting! Host Neil Patrick Harris put it best: “This just in: No one in America is winning their office Emmy pool.” #weirdemmys
The out actor plays gay in the new film C.O.G., and while that doesn’t mean he wants to be boxed in, Groff is hoping that his upcoming LGBT-centric projects expand the representation of the diverse community in movies and TV.
Apparently, he doesn’t watch much TV.
Members of the House of Dunphy make lemon out of lemonades because life would be all like, “WHAT?!”
Join BuzzFeed in a collective freak-out about the Emmys overlooking Julianna Margulies, Tatiana Maslany, Zooey Deschanel, John Slattery, and many more.
With series like Modern Family, The New Normal, and now The Fosters, TV is embracing representation of the LGBT family. But how can these shows find the line between preaching and entertaining?
Warning, this is slightly alarming.
The writer and mogul have thrown down on Twitter. Here’s the story behind their fight.
When he’s not playing reporter James Novak on Scandal, Dan Bucatinsky is hard at work in the Grey’s Anatomy writers’ room. And he’s raising a family too.
These characters are heartthrobs, whether they know it or not.
Julie Bowen, Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler Ferguson were in Kansas City when they got stuck in an elevator for an hour.
Modern Family’s Jesse Tyler Ferguson saw a chance for greatness on the red carpet and he went for it.
Because who wouldn’t want to watch a shirtless Matt Bomer try to woo Jason Segel? Or a hard-charging Sandra Bullock accidentally fall in love with Sarah Paulson?