“It was hell and it felt like hell,” Big Brother 18 houseguest Da’Vonne Rogers told BuzzFeed News.
Here is the best (Insecure) and worst (MacGyver) of fall TV — and plenty in between. Presented in alphabetical order.
She’s appeared onscreen for nearly three decades and starred on one of TV’s most popular shows. She’s been an obsession of tabloids and fans. But if you think you know Naya Rivera, think again.
While her father was directing the likes of Tom Cruise and Tom Hanks, Bryce Dallas Howard was teaching herself to cry on cue. Now she’s established herself as more than someone’s daughter and she’s learned the haters don’t deserve her tears.
“We need to do better and we know it,” said CBS exec Glenn Geller this week of the predominantly white male–led fall TV lineup.
“We need to not always be the butt of the joke,” This Is Us actor Chrissy Metz said.
Stranger Things star Shannon Purser explains why we really are all Barb — herself included — in her first interview about the breakout character.
Wonder Woman, Rihanna, and a request — once more — to hold the door.
“Women have been capable and able and amazing at life. It’s just now, Hollywood’s finally catching up to the norm and waking up,” Lindsey Morgan said.
“If he can pass the family test, he’s doing alright,” Snowden said following a screening of Oliver Stone’s new movie at Comic-Con.
A trailer for the show’s sixth and final season just dropped.
The Snowden director believes personal security is violated by Nintendo’s cute capture game.
The network has moved the premiere of Ryan Phillippe’s new drama from the summer to the fall after recent gun-related deaths across the US.
With a trio of fresh Emmy nominations to its name, star Tracee Ellis Ross and creator Kenya Barris tell BuzzFeed News about how they plan to keep conversations going in Season 3.
The Neon Demon’s writer/director Nicholas Winding Refn and star Jena Malone dissect the film’s much talked-about final act. Warning: Spoilers!
“This is the role that everyone aspires to be,” Pitch star Kylie Bunbury told BuzzFeed News.
The country music series is heading to CMT for Season 5 and Hulu will make all episodes available to stream the day after they air.
It’s been an eventful few months for Netflix’s impossible-to-categorize drama with co-creator Lilly Wachowski taking leave and the exit of one of its series regulars. But the cast tells BuzzFeed News it’s all in service of creating the most inventive, emotional, and powerful episodes possible.
Seven law-abiding citizens volunteered to spend two months behind bars to help a frustrated sheriff fix his problematic prison, and every second was filmed for A&E’s hit docuseries. This is how they pulled it off.