*Wipes sweat from my brow* Somehow we all survived an Emmy Awards hosted by Colin Jost and Michael Che! #MeToo jokes were made, diversity was lampooned, and interns were paraded. And in case you weren’t aware, many people tonight did win tiny golden statues who weren’t a part of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. So here are…
The 2018 Primetime Emmy nominations were announced on Thursday morning, confirming that Sandra Oh is fantastic in Killing Eve and that we all watch way too much television. But the usual guessing games surrounding “Who will get that Emmy?” can quickly devolve into “Who has not gotten that Emmy?”
On Wednesday, the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts announced that this year’s prestigious Mark Twain Prize for American Humor will go to the great Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
It seems like no matter how many times Mariah Carey says it, there are people who still believe that she doesn’t write her own songs. Or at least, she believes that there are people who believe this—many of her public discussions about her songwriting and how much that particular craft means to her are often…
The National Book Foundation announced their 5 Under 35 honorees for 2017 today, and in a fun twist, all five nominees are women and three are women of color.
It was a night that awarded work you’ve by now heard way too much about (La La Land nabbed seven trophies, including Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy), and perhaps knew nothing of (The Night Manager—????—won three acting awards!!!!).
Remember when Anne Hathaway walked onstage at the 2013 Oscars to accept the award for Best Supporting Actress (one that everyone knew she was going to win), approached the microphone, showed the audience that 10,000-jigawatt smile of hers, and whimpered, “It came true”? Well, she was lying. Winning an Oscar may have…
A survey of a million flyers has confirmed what we all already new—no one wants to fly on an American airline if they can help it.
It might’ve felt endless but the Grammy Awards broadcast eventually drew to a close. And amid performances good (Alabama Shakes) and bad (that Lionel Richie tribute, good God) and just WTF (the Hollywood Vampires????), they did hand out some awards.
Chris Pratt was named the Hasty Pudding 2015 Man of the Year, making him the second Parks and Recreation star this year to be honored by the historic comedy group.
No, you didn't read that wrong: Paris Hilton can spin records right round like, well, records, baby, and now she's got a shiny new award to prove it, after winning French radio station NRJ's "Female Newcomer of the Year."
Pro tip: If you're going to talk about sexism on a Rupert Murdoch-owned network, be sure and bring a curling iron.
Radio personality, New York Times bestselling writer, provocateur. Now, Rush Limbaugh has a new turd jewel to add to his shit crown: award winning children's author. (sound of dishes breaking to denote shock) (sound of car slamming on breaks) (sound of chickens clucking in surprise)
Are you experiencing Award Season Withdrawal? (It's a real thing; I don't care what my stupid doctor says.) Jonesing for another round of guessing who is or isn't going to be a big winner, but sick of seeing all those gosh darned movie stars showing off all their fancy attire? Then do we have something for you—the…
Your boyfriend, Benedict Cumberbatch, had a pretty good week. He won the National Television Award for Best Detective and he did a thing just for you.
WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - JANUARY 18: Actors Jared Leto (L) and Sofia Vergara attend the Weinstein Company and Netflix's 2014 SAG after party in partnership with Laura Mercier at Sunset Tower on January 18, 2014 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for The Weinstein Company)
Megan Ellison, the 27-year-old film wunderkind producer (and daughter of Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison), walked away with two Producers Guild of America nominations earlier this week for Her and American Hustle. These awards are considered a good predictor of which films will be nominated for the Oscars. What this…
On Friday, Malala Yousafzai, the 16-year-old Pakistani girl who was shot in the head last October by Taliban militants, was honored as Harvard University’s humanitarian of the year.
Here's the place to talk about the glories, the disgraces, the boring, the super boring, and, perhaps/definitely most importantly, the dresses. Hunker down with a bottle of Beaujolais and your best friend, remote control, and surrender to the magic and the madness of the Primetime Emmy Awards.