The One With All the Minor Plot Holes.
Woah, Nelly, these two are adorable.
“Thank you to all the people who love me exactly how God made me,” the How to Get Away With Murder star said in her Screen Actors Guild Award acceptance speech.
I want to believe this will be a good reboot.
♫ I know I can make it through. ♫
The ultimate television show–based book recommendation guide.
Mae Whitman reflects on six years of playing Amber Holt and how the penultimate episode provided a full-circle moment for her character and her grandfather Zeek (Craig T. Nelson). WARNING: Spoilers ahead if you have not seen the Jan. 22 episode.
The Homeland alum relied on two decades of invaluable Hollywood lessons to tackle lead roles in a pair of new television projects, BBC Two’s period drama Wolf Hall and Showtime’s high-finance pilot Billions.
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“His gear? Oh yeah, he got his pipe, his bongs, everything.”
After more than 100 episodes, writer-executive producer Sarah Watson considers the end of the beloved and bittersweet NBC family drama and looks back at how she was saved by Parenthood. “Let’s go home.”
Randall Park, who played the North Korean leader in The Interview, spoke candidly about his role in the controversial film and the unexpected result of the media scrutiny.
As Season 10 of It’s Always Sunny gears up, Olson looks ahead to what a life after Sweet Dee would be like. “Sometimes I’m like, Oh well, they just wanted a young pretty person, rather than a funny person.”
“I am from this culture. I am from this tribe. And so I’m able to comment on it,” the comedian told BuzzFeed News about her controversial bit at the awards show.
It’s been a decade since the sci-fi reboot premiered its first, non-mini-series episode — but how well can you recall “33”?
From Kevin Spacey to Gina Rodriguez, every single actor who took home a Golden Globe in a television category was a first-time winner. And freshman shows swept their categories as well.
The Underwoods aren’t murderers — they’re survivors. And sometimes Golden Globe winners.
First step: Love cats and hate people.
The Academy Award winner spoke to BuzzFeed News about playing the controversial O.J. Simpson in FX’s upcoming American Crime Story: “Wait till you hear the stuff we’re dealing with.” Plus, why The Book of Negroes is more timely than ever.
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will not appear on Better Call Saul — for now.
When the going gets tough, build more killbots.
In the last few months, we finally got the ability to watch every episode of The Simpsons, Gilmore Girls, and Friends whenever we want. But these other television shows need some streaming love too.
In light of the Parisian shootings at France’s satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, Tina Fey defends free speech and parody. “We’re Americans, and even if it’s dumb jokes in The Interview, we have the right to make them.”
All these people were massive in 1995 but haven’t been seen much since.
“Where sabotage is not only encouraged…it’s for sale.”
Your dog is all you’ll ever need.
“It was nice to see you. Your dad is gay.”
Even brutal sociopaths want somebody to hold.