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Before We All Move on, The Daily Show Brings You President Trump Staring Straight at the Eclipse One Last Time

Whether they participated in the giddy party vibes or not, every American will remember where he or she was during Monday’s solar eclipse. Those same Americans will undoubtedly also remember where they were when they saw President Trump look directly up at the eclipse without proper eye protection, the same ... More »

A New Accuser Alleges R. Kelly Paid Her to Conceal Their Sexual Relationship Which Began When She Was a Minor

In the latest R. Kelly article from reporter Jim DeRogatis for BuzzFeed News, an alleged victim of the singer named Jerhonda Pace claims she received “cash settlements from the star in return for signing nondisclosure agreements” designed to conceal his sexual relationship with the then-16-year-old. Now 24, Pace says she’s ... More »

The Real Housewives of Orange County Recap: Grandmother of the Year

This week’s Real Housewives of Orange County — sorry, Brian isn’t back yet so you’ll have to insert your own funny nickname here — starts with the same conundrum that all my RHOC experiences have put me in. Who is Vicki Gunvalson? Who is she, really?We see Vicki at home with ... More »

Preacher Recap: Good Lord

If Preacher were a higher-profile show, I suspect “Dirty Little Secret” is the type of episode that might inspire angry denunciations from Christians around the globe. This season is playing to the already-converted, so I suspect it’ll pass without much mainstream infamy — but even if a cultural backlash doesn’t ... More »

LCD Soundsystem Did Not, In Fact, Break Up to Sell Out Madison Square Garden, Guitarist Al Doyle Explains

Now that LCD Soundsystem has officially reunited, frontman James Murphy has been looking back with bemused fondness at what had previously been the group’s final concert in 2011. Frustrated by the show promoter’s lack of faith in the band’s ability to fill the venue without a massive opener (specifically, of ... More »

The Duffer Brothers Confirm Stranger Things Will Get A Third Season (And Possibly a Fourth)

In a new interview with Vulture, the brothers Matt and Ross Duffer teased a second season of Stranger Things in which they “wanted to push things a bit” because, like any good movie sequel, “No.?2 is always a little bit bigger.” In the process, they also confirmed that season three ... More »

Trust Flat Earth Truther B.o.B to Have an Opinion About the Solar Eclipse

By all accounts, today was a good day for science. Tons of people stood outside to watch the first total solar eclipse visible in the U.S. in decades and only about half of them didn’t follow the instructions and will probably go blind for it. We’d file that under a ... More »

An Old Ludacris Song Gains New Life As an Anti-Trump Anthem

Some songs are born as protest songs; others become so much, much later. “Move Bitch,” the tenth track off of Ludacris’s sophomore album, Word of Mouf, falls squarely in the latter category. The single, which peaked at No. 10 on the Hot 100 way back in 2002, gained an unexpected ... More »

Amidst Its String of Cancellations, Netflix’s Friends From College Is Somehow Getting a Second Season

Oh, Friends From College, you glorious, elitist mess of a show. The cheating, the drunken declarations of undergraduate devotion, the inexplicable Fogo de Chão product placement! After axing Girlboss (deserved) and Gypsy (ditto), Netflix has selected Friends from College as a survivor of its promised purge. Netflix announced Monday that ... More »

Please Enjoy Watching Sarah Jessica Parker’s Profound, Emotional Eclipse Instagrams

Of the many celebrity Instagram photos and videos posted today, none bested Sarah Jessica Parker’s, as she totally hearts the eclipse. Parker took a boat out into the water in South Carolina in order to catch today’s solar eclipse, and boy did she have the best time one can possibly ... More »

The 10 Best Game of Thrones Battles, Ranked

It’s hard to believe now, in a season where chaos and carnage come fast and furious, but it took Game of Thrones nearly two years to build to its first major onscreen battle. When the smoke cleared from “Blackwater,” season two’s landmark episode-long conflict, television’s depiction of mass violence would ... More »

Review: The Apocalyptic World of Brand New’s Science Fiction Feels Realer Than Ever

Rock bands used to be mysterious organizations. Fandom was an exercise in extreme patience. You whiled away the hours in monk-like private study of records, lyrics, and liner notes. A new song or video or interview hit like a scientist’s “eureka” moment, offering a new lens through which to explore ... More »

Why Are So Many Late-Night Talk Shows Taking the Rest of the Summer Off?

Bad news for the two-thirds of the country hungry for comic relief from the chaos of the Trump administration: Stephen Colbert is on vacation — and so are most of his late-night buddies. The comic’s No. 1–rated CBS Late Show, which has become an unapologetic (some might say indispensable) source ... More »

The Lawyer Who Won Michael Jackson’s Acquittal Will Represent Bill Cosby in His Sexual-Assault Retrial

After losing his two main lawyers, Bill Cosby has assembled new legal representation including one key choice: Thomas Mesereau, the lawyer who famously got Michael Jackson acquitted in his 2005 child molestation trial, will now lead Cosby’s defense. He’ll be joined by ex-federal prosecutor Kathleen Bliss and Philadelphia attorney Sam ... More »

In Praise of ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’ and Its Sublimely Ridiculous Video

Unless you were recently launched into outer space and are currently flying too close to the sun and/or moon, you are likely aware that we are experiencing a rare total eclipse of the sun this afternoon. This momentous occasion has temporarily made “Total Eclipse of the Heart” the most popular ... More »

While Shooting Good Time, Robert Pattinson Accidentally Spent Fake Money

Good Time, the furiously propulsive movie from Josh and Benny Safdie, feels like your typical one-night thriller on acid. It starts straightforwardly enough: A small-time crook named Connie, played by Robert Pattinson, tries to get his brother out of prison. But each attempt by Connie makes matters worse, and Good Time unfolds ... More »

Is Time a Problem for Game of Thrones?

Does it matter that the Game of Thrones timeline makes absolutely no sense? We’re long past the point of arguing that time within the world of the show actually works, but if you are a person who cares about this sort of thing — if a disregard for how fast ... More »

How to Stream the Total Solar Eclipse

Today, the moon will come between the sun and the Earth at just the right angle for a total solar eclipse to cross the United States. Even though solar eclipses happen multiple times a year, it’s rare to be able to witness a total solar eclipse. Each one is visible ... More »

Get Hammered With the First Punisher Teaser

It’s only been a few days since the release of the latest Marvel Netflix series, The Defenders, but the powers that be are wasting no time in pushing their next outing. A teaser just dropped for The Punisher, the solo debut for the lethal breakout supporting character of Daredevil season ... More »

The Credits for American Horror Story: Cult Hint That Somehow This Show Will Be About Both The 2016 Election and Bees

One of the central mysteries leading up to the next season of American Horror Story: Cult is how the show will build a story around references as disparate as clowns, bees, and the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The credits for Cult, released today, do not answer this question, but they ... More »

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