“I am not in the business of doing an exposé.”
“To see how things have spiraled so out of control, frankly, just doesn’t feel so good,” executive producer Joel Fields said Thursday.
“I don’t really equate the two,” Rhimes said Tuesday.
The controversial death of Abbie Mills left a void — in Ichabod Crane’s life, in viewers’ hearts, and in the show itself. But Janina Gavankar, Sleepy Hollow’s new female lead, won’t be trying to take Abbie’s place in Season 4.
Five reasons you should dive into 3% right now.
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.
You won’t find any of these 2016 releases among the year’s 100 top-grossing movies, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t well worth watching.
Proof that age ain’t nothing but a number.
But the president-elect devote “zero time” to the show and retains credit only because he conceived of the show.
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.
“Order me a tea.” BOY BYE. (Spoiler alert!)
On its surface, Miss Sloane is about gun control legislation. But Hillary Clinton’s loss has turned the film’s examination of gender inequality in politics into something much more pressing.
“It was my intention from the start for that to never feel like a magic trick,” screenwriter Eric Heisserer told BuzzFeed News. Warning: Spoilers ahead!
“This has been like a nightmare,” Jane the Virgin’s Ivonne Coll told BuzzFeed News.
Sometimes self-care is a matter of settling into your couch and putting on an old favorite.
Heaven is place on earth, thanks to Black Mirror.
“We’re not going to show anything that horrific or grisly,” the showrunner told BuzzFeed News. But, he added, “We’re not out to hide anything.”
Spoiler alert for anyone who hasn’t read one of 2015’s most popular books.