Why bad TV happens to good people. Warning: Spoilers for the True Blood series finale — if you still care.
Blowing things up…now in gorgeous slow mo!
In just four tweets, Twitter user Serena serves us a very important reminder that we shouldn’t drop expensive things.
Then the bird got the hell out of there.
Gone, but not forgotten. R.I.P.
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.
Smash’s show-within-a-show-about-theater-shows was performed live. And it made our heads spin in a really good way.
The show within a show on NBC’s ill-fated Broadway drama Smash is stepping out of TV and onto the stage for three sold-out engagements in New York. Here are the six things you need to know.
Winner Scott Dixon got all the attention on the IndyCar Toronto track this weekend, but runner up Sebastien Bourdais was the focal point on the podium. The second-place finisher was waving his crystal trophy in the air in celebration when it broke and shattered across the floor.
Monogamy is hard, especially when everyone around you is TV-level attractive. To celebrate the premiere of ABC’s Mistresses, let’s take a look at other depictions of infidelity.
It’s easy to make fun, but Smash’s departure will leave a hole in my heart.
If the death on the last episode of Smash reminded you of the real-life story behind Rent, that was intentional. I spoke with showrunner Joshua Safran and actor Andy Mientus about the Rent connection, and the decision to end one character’s run shortly before Smash reaches its big finish.
The emails were in response to the story I wrote about Smash in January.
Sometimes the only way to articulate the actor’s experience is through song. Here are some of the best examples, from classic to contemporary.
These characters are heartthrobs, whether they know it or not.
Team Ivy and Team Karen have nothing on Team Kyle.
She’s mastered the artform. Sorry, everyone else.
Is anyone out there Team Karen? You’re wrong.
Very, very poor numbers for the Smash reboot.
We know why Smash’s first season was such a train wreck, but how did that play out for those of us tuning in? Presented in chronological order, let us count the ways.
Smash was supposed to be the show that saved NBC — but people laughed at it instead. How did it all go so wrong?
TV villains are usually a delight to watch, but sometimes they miss the mark. Here are characters we ended up wishing would just go away.
We’re living in the golden age of hate-watchable trash television. Here are 13 horrible/awesome shows that are so bad they’re good.
“Come to Uncle Jesse!” Here’s John Stamos auctioning off his supple lips for $5,000 at the GLAAD Media Awards.
As she discussed her character’s cruel ways on “Smash,” Anjelica Huston had her own bitch move up her sleeve: tossing water into Jimmy Fallon’s face. On his own couch, no less!