Piper Perabo doesn’t command much attention these days. You might, however, remember her moment in the early aughts when she starred as Violet Sanford in Coyote Ugly (2000) and as Rachel in the sweet lesbian romantic comedy Imagine Me & You (2005). She’s still making movies, but ABC has enlisted her for a small-screen…
From the most obscure fashion “influencer” to Kim Kardashian herself, celebrities of all backgrounds have established a rich tradition of hawking bullshit products on Instagram. But rarely do they look this dumb while doing it.
The creatively titled Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After, featuring former Bachelor Ben Higgins and his bride-to-be Lauren Bushnell, premieres on ABC subsidiary Freeform on October 11. It looks so...interesting!
Connie Britton may have signed on to Season 5 of Nashville, which has left ABC and will premiere on CMT in January, but does she particularly want to be doing this show that she stars in anymore? Doesn’t look like it!
Season 3 of Bachelor in Paradise has been reliably excellent, as nothing will ever be bad about a group of hardbodied Instagram salesmen competing to be in relationships with each other in a crab-infested cabana with no air conditioning.
It’s almost September, which means it’s almost time to pack the kids off to school, get out the coats (oh god, please let this heat finally recede), and get ready for the new TV season to begin. Some of these shows even manage without time travel!
Nobody puts Jennifer Grey in a Dirty Dancing remake (sorry, it was low-hanging fruit). Although she was offered a role in ABC’s upcoming television movie, she respectfully declined.
In early June, the newbie actor Noah Galvin escaped the clutches of his PR team and gave an incendiary interview to Vulture. Galvin is a young gay man, and he had some strong opinions on what constitutes being “out,” the performance of Eric Stonestreet in Modern Family, and Bryan Singer. Those opinions blew up in his…
On Thursday, President Obama hosted a Town Hall meeting on race relations in Washington D.C. that aired on ABC, with guests affected by police violence in the United States. That included police officers and the families of Alton Sterling and Eric Garner. Garner’s daughter, Erica, was not happy with how it went.
A petition to get Jesse Williams fired from Grey’s Anatomy is circulating and is just over 4,500 signatures right now. The comments from its supporters are mostly about reverse racism.
Their outfits are pretty good though.
Freeform announced Wednesday that former Bachelor Ben Higgins and his chosen Lauren Bushnell will be returning to the small screen, in a series they’re ominously titling Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After (at least Britney and Kevin: Chaotic was honest) chronicling the couple’s life now that they’re settled in…
If you happen to drag yourself out of bed before noon on a Saturday and tune your TV set to a broadcast network, you might notice something missing. Specifically, what you’d recognize as a traditional Saturday morning cartoon.
In an interview with Vulture last week, ABC’s The Real O’Neals star Noah Galvin made some flippant comments about director Bryan Singer’s alleged abuse of young men in Hollywood. Vulture went so far as to delete the already published remarks, and Galvin quickly issued an apology, specifically saying sorry to Modern…
We thought Nashville was finally put to rest after limping along on ABC for four seasons. But its passionate fanbase and Lionsgate Television have refused to accept a terminal diagnosis, and are trying to give it new life on CMT for a fifth season. You think Connie Britton is psyched?!
This week’s episode of The Bachelorette centered around one man, and that man’s name is Chad. Chad, a luxury real estate agent from Oklahoma, enjoys eating meat, doing pull-ups with his suitcase attached to a weight belt, and other people’s inadequacies.
Last night’s season premiere of The Bachelorette was historic, in that ABC has saddled our girl JoJo Fletcher with what is possibly the worst group of men ever featured on this show.
ABC’s The View began making headlines in regards to the abrupt firing of cohosts when Debbie Matenopoulos was let go in 1999 and—oh!—how not far we’ve come in the past 17 years! Currently rumored to be on the talk show’s chopping block is the ever-controversial Raven-Symoné, who insiders say is not long for the…
In April, it was reported that Stana Katic and Tamala Jones had been cut from Castle in order to crunch the show’s budget, while Nathan Fillion and the other mostly dude characters continued on. The fans were—to put it lightly—displeased, but now that version of the show will never even see the light of day.
After four seasons, Nashville, a show that offered few concrete reasons to love it but tricked many of us into loving it anyway, has been cancelled by ABC. Were you still watching? Did you have any good reasons why?