Wednesday is International Women’s Day, and people all over the world are participating by doing things like avoiding work if they’re in a position to do so, wearing red to work if they’re not, attending local rallies, and working directly with women who are in need of help.
Can it be? Is the presidential election going to be swayed by October’s most disgusting recipe, Pussy Surprise? Is our cuntry—I’m sorry, country —and the Grand Old Pussy — I’m sorry, Grand Old Party— going to be able to save itself? Are there really still any undecided voters out there, and, if so, what the fuck could…
Tonight, in an arena at Long Island’s adequate Hofstra University, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will be evaluated on a number of factors that have virtually nothing to do with each candidate’s ability to serve competently as president.
Twenty years ago today, Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler, and Diane Keaton first dropped into theaters on their malfunctioning window washer cart in order to seek revenge on their two-timing ex-husbands, the patriarchy, and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Once upon a time, many hours ago, two beleaguered Gawker Media reporters arrived at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, plodded through a security line, and were deposited in a warehouse of some kind with a bunch of TV reporters in suits.
The second-most important award show of the year is tonight! Will the big film winner be Spotlight, or will Mad Max crash onto the stage and surprise us all? Will Game of Thrones take best drama, or will Empire snatch it from Jon Snow’s cold, potentially dead hands? Grab the nearest Best Actress envelope to use as a…
As this election season continues to ebb away our will to live, it’s only fair that the Democratic Party gets in on the action. Tonight at 8:30 EST on CNN they will do that. Live from Las Vegas, it’s the least sexy thing that’s ever happened in Las Vegas.
“Fascinated, the whole world followed after the beast. They worshiped the dragon because it gave its authority to the beast; they also worshiped the beast and said, “Who can compare with the beast or who can fight against it?” The beast was given a mouth uttering proud boasts and blasphemies, and it was given…
After what seems like an eternity—nine months! humans have been completely gestated since we last saw the castaways!—the two-hour season premiere of the sixth and final season of Lost is finally here.
Programming note: Tracie will be liveblogging the 2-hour Lost premiere tonight, beginning at 9pm EST. Did you miss our awesome primer of the show's plot so far? Check it out here.
Another day, another instance in which pundits declare an Obama appearance "the most important speech of his life". (It might be true.) Join us at 8:30pm for a liveblog of the SOTU hosted by none other than Megan Carpentier.
Hey, if you've got plans to watch Tim Gunn MAKE IT WORK on Project Runway tonight, join me here for a liveblog, 10pm ET!
Make yourself a nightcap and light up a smoke, because we're going to 1963.
And so the show begins! Our 2009 Oscars liveblog, with myself, Sadie, Tracie, Anna and Hortense, after the jump.
Dresses and drama! We're watching - E! and the TV Guide Channel, that is - as the stars arrive at the Academy Awards. The liveblog with myself, Tracie, Sadie, Hortense and Anna, after the jump.
This Sunday afternoon/evening will be devoted to the Oscars. Join us at 5pm EST for pre-show posts, and a liveblog of the actual show at 8pm. Fashion pics - and much laughing/crying - throughout.
We've had to wait eight frigging months, but now maybe we'll finally figure out where the hell that island went, why Locke left, and how he ended up in that coffin.