Everyone but Roseanne Barr will be on the new show.
This week, a few Fox employees tried to draw attention to larger corporate responsibility, and the protest did not catch on — but it was notable.
"Everything I've said has been borne out to be true," she told BuzzFeed News. "It's not a feeling."
Barr tweeted that Jarrett was the "baby" of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood political party and Planet of the Apes.
For every Roseanne, there were 10 Valors.
Maybe your new favorite show will be here? Here's hoping!
The broadcast networks have ordered their new shows for the 2018–19 TV season.
Unless his conviction is overturned on appeal, America's Dad may die in prison.
Paterno's screenwriter talked to BuzzFeed News about how the HBO movie examines the complicity of "good people who make terrible mistakes."
After the show's stunningly huge debut on Tuesday, ABC has made the easiest decision ever.
They're making American TV ratings great again. Yuge!
Most of the networks' decisions have been made — see what happened!
The groundbreaking movie's director, Greg Berlanti, talked to BuzzFeed News about LGBT representation, casting the film, and Love, Simon's larger meaning.
Literally, shame on Arie Luyendyk Jr. and the show.
Shadi Petosky, the co-creator of Danger & Eggs, said Amazon executives told her that her political tweets "weren't becoming of someone running one of their shows."
Are we, as a nation, not in the mood to watch The Bachelor during the #MeToo era? Or did last summer's Bachelor in Paradise disaster sour viewers on the show? Or...is Arie just boring?
In an interview with BuzzFeed News, Portman spoke candidly about her activism.
In an interview with BuzzFeed News, Portman discusses Annihilation, Hollywood's Time's Up revolution, learning from Reese Witherspoon, and her regret over signing the Roman Polanski petition.
Syfy and USA now allow the f-word without muting, to the delight of show creators.