Don’t despair, Nashville fans!
From Fox’s upcoming Empire-esque musical drama to Kiefer Sutherland’s new drama.
The network clearly hopes fans of Dr. Phil, Training Day, MacGyver, Friends, Community, and Parenthood will love their new shows too.
It’s not just about the DC Universe anymore — The CW is heading to Riverdale.
She’s directed Mel Gibson, Jennifer Lawrence, George Clooney, Julia Roberts, and herself. Here’s what Jodie Foster has learned along the way.
More 24, plus The Exorcist, Lethal Weapon, and Prison Break are being revived by the network in its 2016-2017 schedule.
ABC picked up a new (their fifth!) Shondaland drama, but that means Scandal is moving to midseason.
Well, almost, and it’s putting a whole lot of stock in Superstore.
“Every bad thing that could happen to a movie happened to this movie.” BuzzFeed News reporter Kate Aurthur chats about her experience interviewing the filmmakers behind the controversial film — and what she thinks of the movie after finally seeing it.
More than 11 years in the making, Nina has been accused of racist casting and wounded by behind-the-scenes fighting. Here, the filmmakers reveal how it all went so wrong.
The HBO documentary Nothing Left Unsaid delves into the long life of Gloria Vanderbilt, who was born into wealth, fame, and tragedy — with her son Anderson Cooper asking the questions.
The riveting FX drama comes to an end next week. BuzzFeed News talked to the writers about every damn thing.
The broadcast networks have picked up new shows and renewed (and axed!) current ones. Here’s where everything stands now.
So much mail. So few cellphones.
And then soon after lost Best Song to Sam Smith in a shocking upset.
BuzzFeed News exclusively obtained a copy of Joy’s original script by Bridesmaids’ Annie Mumolo — here’s how it compares to David O. Russell’s WTF version that played in theaters.
During the Super Bowl! Which was cold.
The Sundance Film Festival winner As You Are presents a sexually fluid trio of teenage characters.
We watched a lot at the annual film festival in Park City, Utah so you didn’t have to — and these are the films worth talking about. In no particular order!