The New York Times published an essay Friday that begins: "When Shonda Rhimes writes her autobiography it should be called 'How to Get Away With Being an Angry Black Woman.'"
And then it gets worse.
It's been 30 years since The Cosby Show premiered and though sitcoms featuring primarily black characters have since found homes on BET, TBS or OWN, Black-ish will finally bring a black family back to a major network — and it's about time.
Superhero shows are in danger of being super overdone. CBS has given a series commitment to a Supergirl show from Arrow's Greg Brelanti, TVGuide.com has learned.
Twentieth Century Fox is finally moving forward with the anticipated Deadpool movie, Entertainment Weekly reports.
He knows kung fu — but he didn't even have to use it! When an intruder broke into his home Monday, Keanu Reeves managed to subdue the woman using only his words.
Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea's "Booty" music video is here and it is... interesting. The video begins with a much-needed "Warning" from J.Lo to "prepare audiences for maximum impact." Roll your eyes all you want, but trust us, even this preamble won't be enough to prepare you for all the awkwardness to come.
Behold the eight most awkward moments from the clip. Don't say we didn't warn you.
Anthony Anderson. Laurence Fishburne. Tracee Ellis Ross. The parents in ABC's upcoming sitcom Black-ish are all stars in their own right, but as this exclusive sneak peek proves, the kids can more than keep up.
Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson has added even more offensive remarks to his repertoire. During an interview with the president of the Family Research Council last week, Robertson began discussing the "physiological downside to immorality," claiming that all sexually transmitted diseases, including AIDS, are punishments from God.
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes have welcomed what we can only assume is the world's most beautiful baby. According to Us Weekly, Mendes gave birth to a baby girl on Friday.
Netflix has given a two-season order to Love, a new original series from Judd Apatow.
The unflinching and honest take on relationships stars Community's Gillian Jacobs andInglourious Basterds' Paul Rust as Mickey and Gus, a couple who will navigate the exhilarations and humiliations of intimacy, commitment and other things they were hoping to avoid.
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