As any casual fan of the Real Housewives franchise can tell you, a vow renewal is the kiss of death to most marriages featured on the show. Vicki and Donn, Ramona and Mario, Peter and Cynthia, and more have all renewed their vows on air. They’ve also all gotten divorced.
Poldark returns soon (in the UK, at least) and judging from this trailer, season two brings domestic turmoil, legal troubles, beachside horseback riding and—most importantly—smoldering, sweaty, shirtless mining. Yes, fine, that is acceptable in lieu of scything.
As was reported back in January, there’s a new Anne of Green Gables adaptation in the works, from the CBC and Breaking Bad writer Moira Walley-Beckett. Now Netflix says they’re picking it up for audiences in America and elsewhere around the world. A celebratory round of raspberry cordial for everyone!
When it comes to the children of the Real Housewives franchise, many are adored and some are despised, but none are as feared and respected as Milania Giudice of New Jersey. Welcome to Catching Up with Milania, where every week, we—as tribute—will be checking in with my hero, Bravo’s dreaded daughter.
I don’t know about you, but I’m all hopped up on LIFE following Wednesday night’s Real Housewives of New York, which saw LuAnn going full Countess Crackerjacks after Bethenny revealed that she has a photo of Lu’s fiancé Tom pulling a Hannibal Lecter (but, like, with tongue) on a Playmate’s face at the New York Regency…
In a very candid interview with The New York Times on Wednesday, Larry Wilmore said of his show’s sudden cancellation, “There weren’t any talks. It was just pretty much fait accompli.”
We all knew Kelly Dodd was waiting to blow and blow she did (blowing’s what this conflict is about, after all) during Monday night’s Real Housewives of Orange County when, at a dinner party for Meghan’s last day as a non-pregnant person, Kelly called Shannon a cunt for not correcting a friend who says that Kelly sucks…
Season 2 of Ryan Murphy’s sometimes really good/other times really bad Scream Queens debuts in September, bringing the action away from a college campus and into a hospital where the Chanels are expected to—TRUE horror of horrors—work for a living. And Uncle Jesse and the wolf from Twilight are there!
As part of television’s ongoing efforts to cause viewers grave emotional distress by way of game shows, Fox will air yet another random game show, this time based on the music recognition app Shazam.
Hulu, the streaming service responsible for wasting most of my time with their seemingly endless store of Real Housewives and Keeping Up with the Kardashians episodes, will soon stop providing free content and move entirely into subscription services. Where will cheapskates watch the latest episode of Once Upon a Time…
On Saturday, 50 Cent’s penis pranced out in public during an episode of Starz’s Power, on which he plays a drug lord named Kanan, and he seems upset about it. I say “seems” because, before he complained about the sex scene on Instagram, he was pretty excited about it during an interview with TV Guide.
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.
Reports this week claim I Am Cait, the reality show chronicling Caitlyn Jenner’s life after coming out as transgender, has been canceled after two eight-episode seasons.
The 2016 Summer Olympics are here, and the world’s greatest athletes are ready to show us what they’re made of. If you want to catch all the suspense, drama, and victory, but you don’t have cable, here’s how you can medal in streaming for free.
In a media climate full of hotly debated adaptations, remakes, and reinterpretations, here is a reminder—in the form of a major spoiler from the TV show Poldark—that not only can you deviate from the source material, but sometimes you should, if you don’t want to completely derail the story for a modern audience.
Nicole Byer, Upright Citizens Brigade alum and fan favorite from the MTV show Girl Code, has finally debuted the trailer for her new show Loosely Exactly Nicole, a comedic look on her life as a black actress struggling to make it in Hollywood.
Sherlock doesn’t return to PBS until 2017—sigh—but we’ve finally been blessed with our first teaser trailer for its fourth season. And judging from these 90 seconds, the outlook is bleak.
Former Hamilton star Daveed Diggs, who left the production in July, has landed a recurring role on Season 3 of Black-ish as Rainbow’s hipster brother.
On its surface, Netflix’s new ‘80s-inspired series Stranger Films is an homage to the kid-posse films of that era: it opens with four boys, around 11 or 12, playing a very heated and rambunctious Dungeons & Dragons campaign at the moment of a crucial showdown, a foreshadowing of what’s to come.