3 Things To Know About The New Roger Ailes Movie
Alexis Bloom, the director of Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes, talked to BuzzFeed News about the unusual challenges of making a documentary about the secretive Ailes and his Fox News empire.
Why “Fried Green Tomatoes” Is A Lesbian Classic — Yes, Lesbian!
I loved Fried Green Tomatoes so much that I scared myself and those around me. And I still do.
How Matthew Macfadyen Went From Mr. Darcy To Playing That Total Dick On “Succession”
Macfadyen — who’s been a leading actor, a character actor, and an “oh, THAT guy” — has been a hilarious (and sometimes poignant) standout on the HBO series.
Teresa Giudice Hasn't Asked Donald Trump To Stop Joe's Deportation
"But I would love to speak to him," said the star of The Real Housewives of New Jersey. "If he wants to talk with me."
4 Burning Questions About The “Homecoming” Season Finale Answered
BuzzFeed News talked to Homecoming’s Micah Bloomberg and Eli Horowitz about the finale’s many twists — and that ending. “How do we know who we are?” asks Horowitz.
"The Conners" Is A Steep Decline From "Roseanne" In Ratings
Ratings for the series premiere of the spinoff are much lower than they were for Roseanne's debut.
Spoilers about the series premiere of The Conners — Roseanne without Roseanne Barr — begin immediately.
A Judge Ordered The Deportation Of Joe Giudice After He Is Released From Prison
Joe Giudice, the husband of The Real Housewives of New Jersey's Teresa Giudice, has been serving 41 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to multiple counts of fraud.
Inside "Making A Murderer Part 2"
On Oct. 19, Netflix will launch 10 new episodes of the docuseries that riveted audiences. BuzzFeed News sat down with writer-directors Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos for their first in-depth interview since 2016.
Exposing Harvey Weinstein Was Impossible. Here’s How One Year Changed Everything.
Things are never going back to the way they were.
The Year The Networks Finally Embraced Diversity
It's not just one show, it's not just one network: For the first time in network TV history, shows with actors of color in lead roles outnumber shows with predominantly white casts.
33 Movies You Will Be Talking About This Awards Season
Astronauts! Superheroes! Viola Davis kicking ass!
13 Fall Shows To Be Excited About, 12 To Give A Chance, And 4 To Avoid
There is too much TV, so let us try to help you!
There's A Fictionalized Character Based On Asia Argento In The New Kristen Stewart Movie
In Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy, which is premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival, Diane Kruger plays Eva Avelin, a charming manipulator. Warning: Spoilers ahead.
Michael Moore's New Documentary Is A Damning Take On Trump And Politics In 2018
In Fahrenheit 11/9, filmmaker Michael Moore covers everything from the 2016 election to the Flint water crisis. He also compares Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler.
Trump's Political Losses Are Rachel Maddow and MSNBC's Gains
The Rachel Maddow Show's ratings soared during a particularly bad news week for the president.
Facing A #MeToo Scandal, A Top CBS Executive Insists Everything Is Fine
In the wake of the New Yorker's investigation into sexual harassment at CBS, the company's president of entertainment finally faced the press.
Russell Simmons Said He Could Be “Collateral Damage” Of The #MeToo Movement Before He Was Accused Of Sexual Assault
BuzzFeed News obtained a recording of Simmons telling the staff at his Los Angeles yoga studio that "people are now going after powerful men."
The Highs And Lows Of This Year's Emmy Nominations
The 2018 Emmy nominations were announced on Thursday. Here are our takeaways.