“What happens when the winners and the losers are supposed to be on the same team?”
“There was no way that we can have anyone in office [who] is not an extension of our own belief system. So then, what does that say about us?”
The last time was Debbie Allen in 1982.
From Disney princesses to the end of Idol and those who’ve kept Harry Potter and Star Trek alive, BuzzFeed Entertainment reported on what goes on in the worlds of your faves this past year.
From the man behind one of the biggest earworms of the year, to the woman we all wanted justice for in 2016, to, of course, Chris Pratt.
Yes, there’s a lot of work to be done, but this past year wasn’t all bad.
It’s gonna take some work.
Our picks for the best in black entertainment this year.
Obviously, spoilers ahead.
We’re at peak TV, but instances of women creating their own shows are still rare. For women of color, it’s even rarer. So let’s celebrate those who did the damn thing.
It has been a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year. Thankfully, we had these shows to offer 30 to 60 minutes of salvation every week.
The Queen proved yet again that we’re all just lucky to live in a world where she exists.
There’s a lot of grunting.
Served with a wink and a coffee. (So many spoilers!)
Gilmore Girls is known for its relationship to pop culture, so here’s what the show highlighted in 2016. Spoilers ahead!
How ‘bout those last four words, amirite??? (Obviously, SPOILERS WITHIN!)
This was bound to rip our hearts out and, oh, it did. (Major spoilers for the revival within.)
The world of Harry Potter won’t stop growing. But as the franchise struggles to evolve with the times and live up to the tenets of the original series, the devotion of its legendary fandom is showing major signs of fatigue.