“It’s so shortsighted, because it’s one of the most important things you can fund,” Andrews told BuzzFeed News in a recent interview.
The O.C. ended 10 years ago and yes, you're officially old.
"Does anyone know how many bereavement days you get for a fictional character who's not technically family?"
"There was a point when I thought I couldn’t make another film, and now look at the film we made.”
Uncommon Type, a collection of 17 stories, will be released Oct. 2017.
Yes, the aardvark.
I have a very good feeling about this.
The gag is...the answer was in the clue. Poor, Alex.
So here's that poor provincial town everyone is always talking about.
It's not science, it's magic.
Hometown dates have arrived!
The pop singer's artistry continues to be overlooked.
Are you a fan or a Phan?
WHERE'S THE BEACH?
Look out Joanne, there's a new scammer in town.
"Looks like a dog stopped by your plate."
Netflix and chill, or Netflix and being stressed?
Can you go 8 for 8?
LEAVE BRITNEY ALONE.
The erotic sequel Fifty Shades Darker and the new HBO series Big Little Lies are reminders of how close the stuff of romantic fantasy can be to a portrayal of an abusive relationship.
Bippity boppity clear search history.
I'm better than all of you.
"Are you ready? Are you ready? Are you ready? Let's go."
"Seriously, Jerry, did you eat farts for lunch?"
This is a fishy tale.
These are their stories. Dun dun.
Rebecca, DON'T GO.
At the beginning of its second season, the way the show deals with money and power, and how people get it, hasn’t really changed — but we have.
“I think power is the most tempting thing, and while we want to obtain it, at what cost?” Cornelius Smith Jr., who plays the White House press secretary on Scandal, told BuzzFeed News.
Do we hug or shake hands?! HUG OR SHAKE?!
TAKE OUR MONEY ALREADY.
2007 was a weird time for celebrities.
The cast is slowly starting to open up about the controversial costuming detail.
Netflix is full of classics, if you only know where to look...
"Damn. Cyrus did that." (WARNING: Spoilers for the Feb. 16 episode!)
Making Love was revolutionary in its normalizing representation of gay people. Now those who dared to bring a love story about two men to all corners of America in 1982 reveal to BuzzFeed News how they quietly made history.