Hulu is expanding its slate of original programming with new series from Saturday Night Live's Seth Meyers and Adrian Grenier, the online video site announced during its upfront presentations Thursday.
[Spoiler alert! The following reveals major plot points from the series finale of Entourage.]
The four boys from Queens left on jet planes as Entourage ended its eight-year run on Sunday. The finale found many of the characters in very different places from where the series started, but we're still not quite sure how everyone got there. Below are some of our biggest burning questions from and criticisms of the last episode:
4. No love for Turtle and Drama? The final episode honored the main guys' family of four — as best depicted in the scene when Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) calls Sloan and Eric's unborn child "our baby" — so it was disappointing that two of the four guys didn't have much to do besides follow Eric and Vince around...
American Idol advisor/Interscope Records boss Jimmy Iovine and photographer Raphael Mazzucco are teaming up to publish a book that pays homage to full-figured women — specifically, their butts.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the pair will release Culo, which draws its title from the Italian word for the posterior. The photography book will be devoted to capturing...
Entourage may be used to fictional bad reviews aimed at its protagonist, actor Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier). After all, he's been accused of being a "fly-by-night pretty boy," and his pet project Medellin was deemed "the silliest thing to come out of South America" since Evita. In real life, however, Entourage is not used to taking such a critical beating, especially the recent wave of antagonism aimed at it.
"The critics, all of a sudden, seem to have...
How did Entourage creator Doug Ellin set out to write the final season? What are some of the stars' favorite episodes? Will we ever learn Mrs. Ari's real name? TVGuide.com chatted with Ellin and the stars of the HBO series about the eighth and final season.