Did you watch The Bachelorette? Me neither, but that won’t stop me from talking about it. Here, a cisgender ¯\_(ツ)_/¯sexual female person who has never watched the show asks a cisgender heterosexual male person who did watch the show, “What was it about this chick that 25 guys wanted to marry her?” »
Lifetime has released the first cast photos from its upcoming 90210 and Melrose Place “telepics,” and—as always—they’re very unauthorized and very off the mark. The woman in the center of the photo above is supposed to look like Heather Locklear as Amanda Woodward, but I just don’t see it. I imagine she was cast after… »
A woman’s been murdered in a Luverne, Minnesota Waffle Hut sometime in the 1970s, and it’s got everyone in the area afraid, confused, excited, vengeful, or all of the above. That’s just about all the plot we’re given in the excellent trailer for the second season of Fargo, but I think it’s all we need. »
We know that in the game of thrones, you win or you die. And we know who’s dead. So...who’s winning? We’ve put together a comprehensive video tracking all five seasons of HBO’s grimly set jawline spectacular Game of Thrones, so that you can quickly and easily know who’s winning, and who’s dying.
Patrick Macnee, who just died, embodied the ultimate gentleman adventurer for millions of people. As John Steed in The Avengers, he proved that an old-school gent could be ready for anything—whether it be robot killing machines, or a tough, self-assured lady in a catsuit. »
We’re clear on which Orange Is the New Black characters we’d hang with IRL: Poussey, Taystee and Nicky are unequivocally at the top. But who’s worth risking 25 to life on a crime spree? »
A&E’s Married At First Sight likes to bill itself as “a social experiment,” which is a fancy way of saying: We’re going to do a bunch of crazy shit to these willing participants and get a couple of therapists to sign on so it has a faint, faint air of legitimacy. »
When the second season of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt premieres next spring, viewers will finally meet one of the most important people in Kimmy’s life: her mother. At an “Emmy event” this week, Ellie Kemper told viewers what to expect from season 2—and they don’t end with mommy. »
Over the past two years, the actor Matt McGorry has evolved from his job as a personal trainer and bodybuilder with mostly small TV roles (he played a lot of cops and EMTs) to a star in not one, but two of television’s must-watch-or-I’ll-croak shows.
If a television show that stars two women, was co-created by a woman and is produced by one of the most forward-thinking companies in the industry still can’t get it together regarding the wage gap, then it’s no wonder the rest of Hollywood—and the world—is a disaster. »
When our children’s children undoubtably take a look back at the shows we consumed circa 2015, they’ll see UnREAL, a new television show premiering on Lifetime Monday night—perfectly timed, you’ll see, to air right after The Bachelor finishes—as a show that couldn’t have been made at any other point in television… »
Do stars reach a point of awards show/red carpet fatigue the same way you and I do? They must, because with a few exceptions, last night’s Critics’ Choice television awards had all the commitment of high school seniors on the last week of school. »
Television networks are doing the ¯\(ツ)/¯ emoticon in real life because they don’t know what to do about your love for binge-watching an entire season of television in one glorious sitting. »
The pilot for this fall’s Supergirl TV series has appeared online, and here’s our spoiler-free review! If you were put off by the show’s six-minute preview from last week, I can assure you the show is significantly better than that. It still some of the same issues, but it’s far more charming than problematic. »