The show's final season will premiere in 2019.
"What would you say if I told you I wanted to start selling weed?"
What should be a happy occasion for Khloé comes amid reports in recent days that Thompson has been mingling with another woman.
The case was submitted by sheriff's investigators on April 5 and involves an alleged incident in October 1992.
Critics say Amo, which has been described as the Philippines’ answer to Narcos, normalizes a brutal war on drugs that has seen thousands of Filipinos gunned down by police and vigilantes.
"They meant that they wanted someone who’s not brown."
You'll never look at bats the same way again.
Bruce Rowley, a 26-year-old Connecticut resident, allegedly told police he robbed a bank, then drove to Taylor Swift's home and threw money over her fence.
“I never expected this kind of response, but I’m really leaning into it now,” Sadler told BuzzFeed News.
"The only way I can describe how my wife looked was she looked like someone who was hiding a baby in a pair of sweatpants."
Miller was said to have appeared intoxicated when he rang a 911 dispatcher to report that a female passenger with whom he'd allegedly been feuding had "a bomb in her bag.”
Piper, Phoebe, Paige, or Prue — take this quiz to learn which one is you.
In the episode "No Good Read Goes Unpunished", which aired last night, Lisa Simpson addressed the character of Apu: "Something that started decades ago and was applauded and inoffensive is now politically incorrect. What can you do?"
Has it really been 10 years?!
"Trying to eat popcorn during A Quiet Place was exhausting."
“I was raped when I was eight years old," Díaz said a new essay. "By a grownup that I truly trusted.”
Are you more Roseanne Roseannadanna or Stefon?
"Designed for endurance, but used mostly for sitting on the couch."
"An extraordinary piece of work." —Stephen King
An emotional person vs. an emotional movie.
The #MeToo-related cultural shifts that have occurred since Cosby's mistrial could significantly alter how the jury views the evidence this time around.
Paterno's screenwriter talked to BuzzFeed News about how the HBO movie examines the complicity of "good people who make terrible mistakes."
"It is a damning portrait because there's no other way to tell it," Chappaquiddick director John Curran told BuzzFeed News.
Though many raunchy comedies before it have relied on gay panic jokes, Blockers gives us a moving story about a gay teen and her father’s quest to help her accept herself. (Warning: spoilers!)
"Exercise gives you endorphins. Endorphins make you happy."
This year we've seen a number of mainstream stories focusing on straight people’s relationship to queerness — which insist that queer people are "normal" and "just like you!" — rather than queer people’s relationship to their own identities.
Unsubscribed will examine "female blackness/beauty/identity through a behind-the-scenes look at the Instagram hustle," according to the network.
A *realistic* Disney princess!
The artist talked about going to therapy with Beyoncé, their daughter Blue Ivy, and the late-night host who can't rap.
"My little 15 minutes lasted long as hell, huh?" —prophetess Cardi B.
In court in Brooklyn on Friday, McGregor's bail was set at $50,000 and the next court appearance was scheduled for June 14.
Streep will play the mother of Perry Wright (Alexander Skarsgård) in the show's second season.
Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is set to be released at the end of April.
With largely silent thrills, A Quiet Place is scary as hell and emotionally resonant. Here’s how actor-turned-director John Krasinski pulled it off.
"What in the name of shiplap are we supposed to watch now?!?"
The rage directed at critics of Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs is a reminder of how many people don’t want to believe that an homage can also slight the culture it's putting onscreen.
The plaintiff, Charlie Kessler, alleges that Ross and Matt Duffer got the idea for their popular show after speaking with him at the Tribeca Film Festival.