After fierce criticism, the network has canceled Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace, the controversial series created by and starring a comedy group beloved by neo-Nazis.
"I don't know what to tell women, scared of their own president, who ask why you cancelled a hit feminist show 30 days in."
The design team actually made that Björk space-dress IRL.
Start your year off right. Watch some damn good shows.
I'M IN A STORE AND I'M SINGIIIING!
"CRYING IN BABY GROOT LANGUAGE."
Lesbian sex on the small screen has a reputation for lazy, pornographic shots tailor-made for men. Queer female writers and directors behind shows like Transparent, The L Word, and Orange is the New Black are determined to change that.
"We set out to find her, trap her, and thank her."
The picture of Buzz's girlfriend is actually a boy.
Because Christmas food and movies go hand in hand.
"It's so surreal, horrifying, and uncomfortable."
Welcome to a world of gods, monsters, and Tom Cruise running away from things.
"Movies where the cat just fucks everything up."
"Whatever makes me happy and sets you free."
Director Bernardo Bertolucci admitted that the lead actress in Last Tango in Paris never consented to a scene where Brando raped her using a stick of butter.
Including one that inspired Beyoncé, a stealth Wes Anderson release, and a super-stylized story of a witch in search of love.
"I'm looking at snow, I'm holding the cup, I'm drinking!"
The 10-episode series premieres on Hulu in April.
This is a god damn mess.
King George for the win.
In Netflix's historical drama The Crown, Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth's tense relationship is sometimes excruciating to watch — because it's all too familiar.
Y'all sure did like doggy style in 2016, huh?
Eek for all of us who remember seeing these in the theaters like it was yesterday!
"What felt off is the extent to which Gilmore Girls attempted to signify diversity without putting much effort into developing it or avoiding stereotypes," Rahawa Haile told BuzzFeed News.
Kutcher, party of four!
"We wanted that woman to rest," executive producer Daniel Palladino told BuzzFeed News.
Maybe. Maybe not. We'll see.
The network says, "We don’t discriminate against the LGBT community in any of our shows."
Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and executive producer Dan Palladino told BuzzFeed News why Emily and Lorelai finally give therapy a shot — and why only one of them stays with it.
Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and executive producer Daniel Palladino spoke to BuzzFeed News about what the revival’s final four words could possibly mean for a future Rory.
The real world isn't all trash.
Shrek is love. Shrek is life.
The comedian’s HBO show celebrates the city with rich landscapes and a soundtrack that captures LA's laid-back mood — and sticks with viewers long after the credits roll.
There's a lot of grunting.
Magic! Death! Hot people!
Downloads are available worldwide. Finally.