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Seth Meyers Sees a Whole Lot of Swamp Monsters in Trump’s Drained Swamp

Though Donald Trump might currently be across the world, Washington D.C. continues to run in his absence. Luckily, the president promised on the campaign trail that if he came to power he would “drain the swamp” — which is to say that he’d curtail corruption and outside influence by putting ... More »

The Handmaid’s Tale Recap: If You Go Back, You Will Die

The Handmaid’s Tale began with a liminal moment: Luke and June running for the border, their lives teetering precariously between Gilead and Canada, life and death. It could have gone either way, but it went this one. June tumbled back into the horrors of Gilead, while Luke disappeared from view, ... More »

Bruce Springsteen Gave U2 Advice that They Promptly Ignored

There’s no denying the glory of Bruce Springsteen. I know it, you know it, and every member of U2 knows it, too. Yet, when the rock god, who Bono insists everyone refer to by his common nickname The Boss, offered advice to the Irish band, they didn’t listen to the ... More »

Pretty Little Liars Recap: The Call That Changed My Destiny

Mona is a queen and everyone else is a plebe. We knew this, no? We have always known this. Poor Aria is now being video-chat-stalked by her new boss, Evil Aria — I also hate being forced to FaceTime, but that’s what happens when you get mixed up with the ... More »

The Americans Recap: Won’t Somebody Think of the Children?

For all its fascination with the Cold War, the spy game, and the cultural and political atmosphere of the 1980s, The Americans has always been a show about parenting — to the point where all those other elements exist mostly to turn up the gas. Still, despite the ruinous success ... More »

Great News Season Finale Recap: Tough Love

The Great News season finale opens the same way the pilot did, with Katie and Carol sharing their regular morning wake-up call. But this time, the roles are reversed: Katie, now unemployed, is the one doing the calling, and Carol, still a busy intern, is indulging her aimlessness while hustling ... More »

Great News Recap: You Give Love A Bad Name

It never made much sense to me that Greg would be running The Breakdown, between his general ineffectualness and the fact that he isn’t much older than Katie. But it turns out there’s a good reason: old-fashioned nepotism. Somehow, it’s managed to escape the notice of the entire staff that ... More »

America’s Got Talent Contestant Accuses Tyra Banks of Humiliating Child

New America’s Got Talent host Tyra Banks has hit an early bump in the road, with a lawsuit filed against the show on Tuesday. According to Deadline, a contestant, identified only as Jane Doe, is suing the reality show over Banks’ treatment of her daughter, “Mary Doe.” The contestant and ... More »

Tom Cruise Plans to Start Filming a Top Gun Sequel ‘in the Next Year’

Tom Cruise wants to soar back into our hearts with a Top Gun sequel he says is “definitely happening.” Appearing on the Australian morning show Sunrise, the Mummy actor confirmed rumors of a planned follow-up to the 1986 volleyball erotica high-flying blockbuster. Cruise told the hosts, and the world, “I’m ... More »

A Very Huppert-y Isabelle Huppert and the Power of Cinema at Cannes’ 70th Anniversary

This will never happen, but can we please start the “Isabelle Huppert for Oscar Host 2018” campaign right now? The French acting legend may have been robbed by the Academy this year, but she still seems to be riding high on all that awards season momentum at the Cannes Film ... More »

Colbert’s Late Show Officially Dethroned Fallon’s Tonight Show This Season To Be The Most-Watched Late-Night Show

Stephen Colbert’s Late Show is on a winning streak: The CBS late-night show has bested The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to become the most-watched late-night show on air. Colbert’s win comes from a slim margin — 22,000 viewers — but he ends the 2016–17 broadcast season with his show’s ... More »

Morrissey Has Nothing But Harsh Words for British Politicians and the Queen After Manchester Arena Bombing

While many musicians have shared heartfelt messages of support and sorrow following the bombing at Manchester Arena that left 22 dead, Morrissey has come out with guns typically blazing. In a damning Facebook post, Moz says he learned of the news while celebrating his 58th birthday on Monday in his ... More »

See the Stars Who Passed Through This Year’s Vulture Festival Photo Studio

The fourth annual Vulture Festival in New York City was a revolving door of your favorite celebrities. There was a musical revue with Tituss Burgess, a pop-culture-trivia game show turned screaming match that featured stars from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Orange Is the New Black, and dozens of hours of conversation ... More »

The Night King Is Here in the Chilling Game of Thrones Season 7 Poster

This year, winter is coming in mid-July. HBO released the first poster for season seven of Game of Thrones, which prominently features the Night King, ruler of the White Walkers, distant cousin of Darth Maul, from the Popsicle side of the family. In fact, scratch that, this post only features ... More »

Chris Cornell’s Voice Transcended Generations

Teens from the ’90s got a raw deal: We never settled into the idea that our heroes were built to last. The death of Kurt Cobain was a shock. Losing Tupac really hurt. We still feel the loss of Big and Pun. River Phoenix, Kristen Pfaff, Andy Wood, Eazy-E, and ... More »

7 Things We Want to See in Psych’s Reunion Movie

Patience is a virtue, Psych-Os: A little over three years after airing its series finale on USA, Psych will be returning to the small screen later this year for a special holiday movie. Pineapples for everyone in celebration! In Psych: The Movie, the group of friends and colleagues will “come ... More »

Watch Cobie Smulders Threaten a Pharmacist for Fertility Drugs in Friends From College

Friends From College is an eight-part comedy series arriving on Netflix in July, and the streaming studio has just released a new teaser for the show. From the executive producing and writing team of Nick Stoller and Francesca Delbanco comes the story about a group of pals who met at ... More »

Here’s How You Can Make the Funniest Pie From Waitress

In both the Keri Russell film Waitress and the Sara Bareilles–written musical it inspired, pie is a means of self-expression. As our heroine Jenna, an unhappily married woman with an abusive husband, falls into a relationship with a doctor, we see her emotional state through the kinds of pies she ... More »

Who Is ‘Uber A’ on Pretty Little Liars? A Mid-Season Investigation

As Pretty Little Liars moves into the back half of its final season, the hunt continues for any reasonable answers related to “Uber A,” the mysterious and (surprisingly) violent villain who’s been the Liars’ primary antagonist since the middle of season six. While theories abound as to why this elusive ... More »

Dirty Dancing: Apparently You Can’t Have the Time of Your Life Again

Dirty Dancing — the 1987 sleeper hit that convinced a generation that true love involves practicing the lift in a lake and sexy lip-synching to Mickey & Sylvia — is, technically, not a great movie. It’s predictable, and the dialogue is stilted at times, and its portrait of “nice” privileged ... More »

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