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.
Because of ratings, capitalism and our national affinity for train wrecks, FYI’s Married At First Sight is back for a fourth season—despite proving numerous times that they are not very good at arranging marriages.
On Wednesday night, The Late Late Show with James Corden will feature an especially exciting Carpool Karaoke segment, with none other than FLOTUS supreme, Michelle Obama.
In a live interview at the BuzzFeed office today, Stephen Colbert attempted to explain why he only employs two women and exactly zero people of color on his writing staff with a rambling and not all-too convincing monologue.
John Oliver, host of Last Week Tonight and contender for Best British Human, has gifted his adopted country with a video in honor of Independence Day. But he also reminds viewers what our independence from Mother England has cost us young, scrappy, and hungry ruffians.
I watch Game of Thrones. There, I said it. I watch that dumb, awful show every single stupid Sunday night because I’ve invested so many hours of my life that—at this point—I can’t very well back out now. I generally watch the first few minutes focused on my meal (I don’t take my first bite until the credits have…
Game of Thrones wraps up its sixth season tonight. How is everybody feeling about that?
Throughout Vinyl’s first—and now final—season, my opinion changed ever so slightly from when I first wrote about its debut episode. Vinyl remained absurd, overly nostalgic, ahistorical and evenly lionizing of men, but at the very least, the effervescent Juno Temple got to shine a little and, even better, the “getting…
Netflix describes its new series as “a love letter to the supernatural classics of the ‘80s,” and it’s certainly got that feeling all the way down to the Wes Craven-style font and Alan Howarth-worthy score. Premiering July 15, Stranger Things is the tale of a small-town boy who disappears without a trace, which the…
As previously reported, Netflix is turning Nasty Gal founder and former CEO Sophia Amoruso’s autobiography #Girlboss into a 13-episode comedy series, one that will likely not dwell on the layoffs and reported dysfunction—including the alleged firing of several pregnant employees—faced by the company in recent years.
We’ve all been taught to look out for certain signs indicating that danger is coming: Where there’s lightning, there’s thunder. Pain in your left arm might mean a heart attack. And, when Bravo puts timestamps on a Real Housewives episode, shit is about to get wild.
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.
The cast of the Ghostbusters reboot stopped by Ellen on Wednesday, leading to a delightful moment in which Saturday Night Live’s Leslie Jones almost brought Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig, and Melissa McCarthy to the point of crying laughter with her recollections of her former job as a Scientology telemarketer.
After a two-year hiatus, during which Teresa Giudice paid her debt to society, the Real Housewives of New Jersey is coming back to your television screens because this is all a vicious, never-ending cycle.
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.
Last month, Sara Ramirez sent her fans into a tizzy when she tweeted something vaguely resembling a farewell to Grey’s Anatomy, where she has been a principal character since the show’s third season. As it turns out, the concern was justified. On May 20, Ramirez announced her departure on Instagram, just a few days…
When shopping around for new viewing material, cast a skeptical eye upon IMDB ratings for things seen as “girly,” because there’s a good chance that opinions from dudes are dragging down the average.