If you’re a television fan, you should know all about the annual PaleyFest event that celebrates the best in television and happens every March in Los Angeles. PaleyFest, organized by… More
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The show may be called “Girls” but there’s something that happens when Andrew Rannells appears on the show as Hannah’s friend, Elijah. And since the actor, best known for his roles… More
Coming up right after the holiday season is what those in ‘the biz’ like to call ‘Awards Season.’ Practically the minute the New Years ball drops, we launch in the… More
The 66th Annual Emmy Awards are finally here and we’ll get the answers to who won, who didn’t win and whether Seth Meyers can effectively host an awards show! (He’s… More
The Emmy nominations were announced last week and as usual, the internet reacted accordingly. TV critics, bloggers, and the general denizens of pop culture took to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and every other social media outlet to let the world know what they thought of the newly announced nominees—but the biggest focus, as expected, was who got snubbed. I am here to add to that focus.
Happy Monday and all that good stuff. There’s much buzzing taking place around the globe, including speculation about who Lupita Nyong’o is really booed up with, “Saturday Night Live’s” parody of “Scandal” and Black Twitter’s ongoing introduction to mainstream America
Is Lena Dunham a one-trick pony, capable of only playing herself as she does on “Girls,” a simultaneously self-doubting and delusional Millennial caught between her own thwarted ambitions and hopeful optimism?
What could possibly make me happier than knowing the weekend has finally arrived? Knowing that I don’t have to wait one more day to see the season two premiere of “Banshee.”
“Girls” star Adam Driver isn’t in the new Coen brothers movie, “Inside Llewyn Davis,” for long, but boy, does he leave an impression, popping up unexpectedly in a recording-studio scene where our folk-singer protagonist Llewyn (Oscar Isaac) must add his pipes to a dorky pop song called “Please Mr. Kennedy.”
“Girls” has caught flack from critics for its mostly white cast, but Lena Dunham’s comedy is coming around.