Pilots for the upcoming 2016-17 TV season include three shows involving time travel, one about an adult woman with an imaginary friend and another starring a talking dog. This could possibly be the weirdest and greatest collection of shows in the history of TV.
The dedicated fun adversaries at One Million Moms are back with a new campaign, this one aimed at making Satan less hot. They’re outraged that the new Fox show Lucifer makes the Dark Lord look like a “likable guy” who’s “cool and irresistible to women.” Kind of like how these campaigns make the TV shows they’re…
First, let’s toast to Netflix’s impeccable timing. It’s hard to imagine a better moment when the platform could have released Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos’s series Making a Murderer. Its target audience of socially conscious liberals with the kind of disposable income that can fund a Netflix subscription and the…
We’re swiftly heading towards the end of 2015, which means much of the hard work we did earlier this year organizing our clothes via Konmari method have since gone to shit. Many of us have returned to our hoarding ways and our once immaculately-folded socks have reversed back to a state of being brutally balled-up.
It’s mad early in the year to be thinking about fall TV, I know. But the whole point of May Upfronts—where networks preview their upcoming programs—is for advertisers and critics (and all you lowly viewers) to get a taste of the best and trashiest shows guaranteed to be on television for decades.
Judd Apatow fans won't have to wait until the inevitable Paul Rudd/Leslie Mann vehicle This is 80 to get new material from the writer/director. As long as they have a Netflix account, that is.
A divorce. A maternal death. An array of terrible wigs. All of these tragedies and more capped off the nine-year-run of one of the most beloved sitcoms in recent memory. And many. People. Are. Pissed.
Women: Are they stupid or what? At least, that's the gist of a groundbreaking new game show in the country of Georgia called Women's Logic, which challenges teams of men to guess what wrong answer scantily-clad women will select in response to multiple choice quiz questions. I'm already having fun!
This week's Glee was even more absurd than usual. Sue performed a song about Ohio with her Nazi-hunting mom, the guys decided locker room beatings are the best way to combat bullying, and finally, everyone got married.
Elvira (aka Cassandra Peterson) is back! And she's hosting a new show, titled "Elvira's Movie Macabre." Apparently, "Elvira will be every bit as relevant as the first day she burst onto the scene," says the CEO of Trifecta Entertainment.
On last night's Gaga-inspired episode of Glee, Tina fought for her right to dress like a freak, Finn learned gay slurs aren't cool, and Rachel discovered that "when it's love, if it's not rough it isn't fun."
Last night's Lost finale may have been emotionally satisfying, but critics compare the episode's lack of answers to The Sopranos conclusion — except, "I wouldn't have expected The Sopranos finale to clear up my questions about a giant stone foot."
This week on Glee, Kurt discovers he can't will himself straight, Rachel gets schooled by a paralyzed kid, and we learn "The Boy Is Mine" stands the test of time.
MTV's long-lost cult cartoon Daria finally comes out on DVD today. Revisiting the series eight years after its demise reminds me that I have Daria to thank for surviving my teens and emerging with smarts and sass intact.
This week on Glee we learned important lessons about body acceptance, and the perils of meddling with your dad's lovelife to satisfy your homosexual longings.