Tracee Ellis Ross Constantly Asks Why Her Black-Ish Character Has to Do 'Lady Chores'

It’s been a long week, and we could all use a break. Thankfully, there’s a new Q&A with perfect angel Tracee Ellis Ross on Deadline, and it’s full of quotes I want to print out and frame on my wall and always carry with me in spirit. Like how the Emmy-nominated actor challenges her colleagues on Black-ish by asking if…

Some Important Takeaways From the Westchester Magazine Profile of Eric and Lara Trump

In a glowing profile titled “First, Family,” Westchester Magazine interviewed Eric and Lara Trump about “their cherished life in Westchester,” tactfully skipping over questions about, say, Eric’s father’s policy of forcibly separating immigrant children from their parents at the border in favor of listing the couple’s…

Sandra Oh on Racism in the TV Industry: 'Not Only Is Shit Hard, It's Extremely Unfair'

The luminous Sandra Oh has been doing smaller projects since her exit from Grey’s Anatomy four years ago, before suddenly appearing everywhere on posters for her new show, Killing Eve. The dramatic thriller was created by Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge and renewed for a second season before the first episode even…

Insecure's Natasha Rothwell Will Not Accept Scarcity of Stories of the Marginalized

Natasha Rothwell might be best known as Kelli on HBO’s Insecure, but she has her own Netflix episode on The Characters, was a writer on Saturday Night Live, and is now featured in the film Love, Simon as the drama teacher, Ms. Albright. Basically, she’s already done a whole lot, and has plenty of stuff to say about it…

Louise Linton Swears She's Relatable, Wears SoulCycle Gear 'Every Single Day of My Life'

Louise Linton, bless her, has not done an incredible job endearing herself to the American public, a largely self-imposed conundrum that she grapples with in a profile for Elle written by Carrie Battan. “I’m just a regular girl, and I’m not perfect, but I’m trying my best,” Linton tells Elle. “Maybe I should wear that…