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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed a special counsel—or councel, depending on who you believe—to oversee the investigation into the Trump team's ties to Russia, and Donald Trump is totally chill about it, you guys. He really believes last a thorough investigation will clear them of wrongdoing... if we're going by Last Night Trump. Morning Trump disagrees.
Yesterday was a big day for Trek fans. Not only did we get a first image from the production, but at the CBS Upfront presentation, the network championed their upcoming offering, Star Trek: Discovery, with some pretty big reveals—not the least of which is the first trailer after the jump!
Robert Fisher, the Republican lawmaker who also created Reddit's awful Red Pill forum, resigned after an investigative committee voted not to take any action against him.
No matter how many iterations come out of it, this joke will never get old.
HBO's miniseries Big Little Lies is an incisive examination of the ways in which women—particularly women of A Certain Age—are oppressed, suffocated, and taught to think that their lives are never enough. In one particular storyline, we see the seeds of that suffocation starting in girlhood.
Rebecca Sugar’s gay sci-fi masterpiece has achieved what some thought was impossible: a show kids and their parents can enjoy together in harmony.
"Thanksgiving," the episode that focuses on Denise (Lena Waithe) and her coming out story, is the stand-out episode of Master of None season 2.
You know the moment we're going to talk about here: when Jimmy Fallon ruffled Donald Trump's hair and instantaneously cemented his place as an enabler of this whole mess. That was a long time ago now—and feels even longer—but today,Show More Summary
Donald Trump can maybe make that claim once Jared Kushner joins up with 60 of his frenemies to stab him to death, but not before.
The McElroy brothers on The Adventure Zone: where it's been, and where it's going
The men and women of Geordie Shore display a confusing mixture of progressive and problematic behaviors. But we know they’re a mess already; hopefully this list will give a clearer picture of why we love them, and what we can learn from them.
While the road to Star Trek: Discovery has been tumultuous to say the least, we're still excited for many reasons. First, because we're Trekkies, and any new Trek is reason for celebration, but also because this particular installment puts not only women, but women of color front and center. Show More Summary
Reign of the Fallen is an upcoming fantasy series about a skilled necromancer who must come face-to-face with an enemy that turned her magic into a weapon.
The film comes from Nora Twomey who co-directed The Secret of Kells and Cartoon Saloon, a studio that boasts breathtaking hand-drawn animation.
CBS' new line of pilots features all male leads, all but one of whom are white, and all male showrunners. But they insist they're 'moving in the right direction.'
And so, one of my favorite seasons of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. comes to an end.
Last night, I was lucky enough to attend the Alamo Drafthouse screening of Logan Noir, which was followed by a Q&A with director James Mangold, producer Hutch Parker, and Hugh Jackman.
Raise your hand if you're feeling distraught after watching the last five minutes of "Infantino Street."
My Trump-addled nerves almost can't handle this much good news, but here's a welcome respite: firstly, everyone's Broadway boyfriend Daveed Diggs will be starring in TNT's Snowpiercer series. Secondly, the fantasy books that inspired the video game The Witcher are getting adapted by Netflix. Deep breaths.
Kara McCullough, the new Miss USA, tried to clarify her controversial answers to the pageants' questions about health care and feminism. But her clarifications still leave us wanting a better explanation.