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Scientists have discovered what causes Resting Bitch Face

Queen Elizabeth has it. So does fashion designer Victoria Beckham. And actress Kristen Stewart — poor thing, she’s practically the poster girl. Among the slew of pop culture icons said to be afflicted with so-called Resting Bitch Face (alternatively known as Bitchy Resting Face), the vast majority are women, though Kanye West is among the male […]

A complete guide to Kardashians in the O.J. Simpson miniseries

Even if you were too young to watch the O.J. Simpson trial, there’s still a good deal of name recognition in the 10-episode series “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” which premieres Tuesday on FX. One name in particular, sticks out: Kardashian. The series prominently features “Friends” alum David Schwimmer as Robert Kardashian, an attorney and […]

See the caucus that was held in someone’s living room

While many Iowa caucuses these days are held at big glamorous school gymnasiums, at least five are still held in private homes. One of those was in Rippey, a farm town about an hour northwest of Des Moines, where 50 local Democrats (and two crossover Republicans) gathered tonight to debate and discuss and ultimately make […]

Christine Chubbuck: The 1974 Washington Post story about the anchorwoman who killed herself on live TV

In 1974, a newscaster in Sarasota, Fla. pulled out a gun and shot herself on live television. In today’s world, countless people would have seen Christine Chubbuck’s very public suicide on the internet afterwards, but back then, the woman’s death warranted some mentions on national nightly news before she faded into obscurity. The incident is […]

‘Gilmore Girls’ fans: Before you get too excited about the Netflix reboot, remember this

To say that fans went ballistic with the news that Netflix is bringing back “Gilmore Girls” is a serious understatement. The Internet exploded when rumors leaked out a few months ago, and people rejoiced again on Friday when Netflix made it official. The reboot feels especially satisfying because the series ended on such a disappointing […]

How ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ handled Lamar Odom’s coma and hospitalization

About four months ago, Khloe Kardashian’s estranged husband, Lamar Odom, was found unconscious in a Nevada brothel after an apparent overdose. He is still in the process of recovery, although naturally, E!’s “Keeping Up With the Kardashians”...Show More Summary

Is there anything Fox’s fabulous ‘Grease: Live’ didn’t have? Yes: Libido.

Fox’s impressive and ambitious staging Sunday night of “Grease: Live” was a lesson in what a televised musical ought to look like in the 21st century: able to keep all eyes on the screen rather than the Twitter feed. It was a technological feat that was full of dazzle and tricky camera angles and, most […]

‘Downton Abbey’ recap: A shocking and disturbing dinner scene

What in the world just happened? “Downton Abbey,” a dramedy of manners, the most proper show on television, just took a blood-soaked turn into “Game of Thrones” territory. Yes, Robert had been ill and there had been much speculation that it was something more serious than indigestion. But I don’t think anyone anticipated that terrifying […]

The latest target of Drake’s rap barbs is none other than President Obama

The commander in chief is now part of a rap beef. The months-long Twitter feud between rappers Drake and Meek Mill resurfaced again this weekend when Drake released “Summer Sixteen” on Saturday. The song is full of the usual disses against the Philly rapper (Meek himself responded with yet another diss track shortly after), but Drake’s lyrics took […]

This man will be responsible for David Bowie’s money and music

He has flown under the radar for decades now, his name popping up every time David Bowie was about to make a big move. A new tour, a financial endeavor — even when Bowie first set up his email account, Bill Zysblat was there. Now, the longtime business manager will be responsible for the music […]

SAG Awards: ‘Spotlight,’ Leonardo DiCaprio, Brie Larson win big; complete list of winners

The Oscar race just got more complicated. At the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Saturday, journalism drama “Spotlight” took home the trophy for ensemble cast in a motion picture, the biggest prize of the night. In other words, frontier epic “The Revenant” (which won big at the Golden Globes and leads with 12 Oscar nominations) isn’t necessarily […]

‘Gilmore Girls’ on Netflix: A refresher (and ranking) on each season

It’s actually happening: After months of rumors, Netflix officially confirmed on Friday that it will bring back “Gilmore Girls” for four, 90-minute episodes that will premiere at an unspecified future date. As you can imagine, this news set social media ablaze. The CW show, which wrapped in 2007, was beloved by many; however, there was drama at the […]

Stacey Dash describes who she is … with contradictions

Stacey Dash is very clear on one thing: She is absolutely not a feminist. However, this is where the clarity ends. In the last week, she has expressed views that contradict themselves when it comes to race and feminism. Dash, who got her start as an actress, has made a career as a Fox News cultural correspondent. Just […]

Eight things you need to know about Sundance 2016

The Sundance Film Festival comes to an end on Sunday. And what did we learn from this year’s record-breaking sales and quiet misses? Let’s take a look. Nate Parker is going to be a huge star The director, producer, co-writer and star of “The Birth of a Nation” made a huge splash at Sundance this […]

What we learned from the giant list of 1,400 TV shows last year

In the last year, FX network president John Landgraf has been on a mission to convince people that there’s too much TV. “This is simply too much television,” Landgraf said at last summer’s Television Critics’ Association press tour. “My sense is that 2015 or 2016 will represent peak TV in America, and that we’ll begin to see declines […]

Robert De Niro’s mid-career comedy shift, explained in one chart

The movie poster for “Dirty Grandpa” is tragic but also unsurprising. There’s Robert De Niro, shirtless in a sumo stance, hoisting co-star Zac Efron onto his shoulders. Watch the trailer, and feel the despair deepen: The renowned method actor plays a pervy recent widower who dupes his uptight grandson into chauffeuring him to spring break […]

The mystery of that Michael Jackson, Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando post-9/11 road trip

Terrorists have attacked New York City. So Michael Jackson, Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando pile into a car and get the heck out of there, stopping at fast food joints as they trek across the country. This is not a Mad Lib. This reported account will be depicted in an upcoming Sky Arts movie called “Elizabeth, […]

‘We’ve lost ’em, God bless ’em': What it was like to witness the Challenger disaster

The space shuttle Challenger exploded 30 years ago Thursday, killing its seven crew members, including high school teacher Christa McAuliffe, the woman touted as “the first private citizen” in space. If things had gone differently, Kathy Sawyer might have become the second. Sawyer, then a Washington Post reporter in her early 40s, was a finalist for […]

Thirty years ago, a TV critic watched the Challenger explosion. This is what he saw.

As the space shuttle Challenger roared away from Earth 30 years ago Thursday, only CNN was covering it live for a national audience. For 73 seconds, viewers saw only the orbiter and its rocket boosters, the orange tail beneath, the blue sky above. Then came the upward cascade of smoke and fire, the comets of debris. […]

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