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What the 'Westworld' Ratings Slump Means for HBO

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What Westworld’s Ratings Slump Means for HBO

There’s no reason to panic, even though season two had an unmistakably smaller audience.

How Do I Deal With Harassment at My New TV Writing Job?

“These bullies are very much a type in Hollywood that I’ve seen many times over.”

We Had to Wonder: How Did Sex and the City Portray Queer People?

The hit feminist dramedy never got the hang of talking about sexuality outside of a heterosexual bubble.

5 Reasons Why We’ll Miss Jordan, The Bachelorette’s Silliest Villain

An ode to Jordan, whose constant self-owns were a welcome comedic reprieve from a grim season.

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David Lynch Is Now Asking Trump to Stop Causing ‘Suffering and Division’

The filmmaker is reframing his controversial remarks.

Teyana Taylor Finally Gets Her Moment to Shine on K.T.S.E.

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History of a Meme: The T-Rex Costume

“Even walking across the room, you couldn’t help but bust out laughing.”

Terry Crews Details His Sexual Assault in Powerful Testimony to Senate

“People don’t believe that a person like me could actually be victimized.”

Jacinda Barrett Defends her Ex-Boyfriend Chris Hardwick on Instagram

“A rush to judgment denies the right to due process.”

GLOW Is Back in the Ring and Even Better in Season Two

The ‘80s wrestling show gets more substantive without losing its sense of humor.

Predator Trailer: Jacob Tremblay Accidentally Summons Some Aliens

With Boyd Holbrook, Trevante Rhodes, and Keegan-Michael Key.

The Explosive Story Behind Three Identical Strangers

We talk to the director of the shocking documentary, about three brothers separated at birth — and the dark reason why they were split up.

Too Many Cooks Creator Casper Kelly Is Back With a Video Game Walk-through From Hell

“Have you ever felt like you’re not in control?”

‘Weird Al’ Yankovic Explains Why Top Secret! Is the Funniest Film Ever Made

“I didn’t mind a lack of cohesive plot. It just really appealed to me.”

Meek Mill Denied New Trial by Controversial Judge

The one who allegedly wanted him to cover Boyz II Men for her.

HowStuffWorks Announces Two Very Spooky Podcasts

The Atlanta podcast giant HowStuffWorks is leaning into creepy fare for its next big releases.

The Grammys Are Expanding All of Its Major Categories to 8 Nominees

Similar to what the Oscars did with Best Picture.

A Famous French Satirical Puppet Show Might Be Coming to the U.S.

No strings attached.

55 Essential Queer Horror Films

A look at how queer horror films have evolved over time, from lesbian vampires to The Babadook.

Lindsay Lohan Is Planning an MTV Reality Show

Vanderpump Rules–style.

The Bachelorette Recap: Ooh Las Vegas

A trip to Sin City is filled with camels, Wayne Newton, and unnecessary hot tubs.

Debra Granik’s Winter’s Bone Follow-up, Leave No Trace, Is Grim and Captivating

Her first narrative feature since launching Jennifer Lawrence in Winter’s Bone tells the story of a father and daughter living in the wilderness.

Jimmy Fallon Responds to Trump Tweet: ‘Shouldn’t He Have More Important Things to Do?’

“Melania, if you’re watching, I don’t think your anti-bullying campaign is working.”

The Music in Drake’s Scorpion Album Trailer Gets You Ready for Emotional Annihilation

If the song in his album trailer has you looking over your shoulder for monsters, there’s a reason for that.

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