How Dustin Lance Black distilled 45 years of LGBT civil rights history into an eight-hour network miniseries.
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.
The six Oscar nominations for Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge solidified his comeback and Hollywood’s forgiveness of him — and are a sign of the times.
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.
From Beauty and the Beast to Blade Runner 2049, and A Series of Unfortunate Events to Big Little Lies, there are a lot of new film and television offerings to be excited about. In chronological order!
Sometimes, it’s not so hard to say goodbye.
The network says, “We don’t discriminate against the LGBT community in any of our shows.” Update: Chip Gaines has written a blog post calling for Americans to come together over their differences.
HGTV says, “We don’t discriminate against the LGBT community in any of our shows.” (This story has been updated with a comment from HGTV and with the Gaineses’ pastor’s response.)
The self-proclaimed “alt-reich queen” has a long history of anti-Semitism, and an even longer one of internet trolling.
Sometimes self-care is a matter of settling into your couch and putting on an old favorite.
Here is the best (Insecure) and worst (MacGyver) of fall TV — and plenty in between. Presented in alphabetical order.
After its difficult road to theaters, Ghostbusters has finally come out. Director and co-writer Paul Feig and co-writer Katie Dippold talked to BuzzFeed News about why the movie became a cause célèbre among misogynists. Spoilers abound!
“It’s hard to watch,” Laverne Cox told BuzzFeed News. Many Season 4 spoilers below!
Spoilers below, but really, you should be watching Episode 1 by now.
What was once a critically adored, top-rated drama is now being burned off, two episodes at a time. Here is how the writers handled their show secretly being canceled by CBS.
Don’t despair, Nashville fans!
From Fox’s upcoming Empire-esque musical drama to Kiefer Sutherland’s new drama.