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05 juin 2015
We Demand Justice for Old Knight, The OA's Telepathic Octopus

We Demand Justice for Old Knight, The OA's Telepathic Octopus

[Warning the following contains spoilers for The OA: Part II. Read at your own risk!]It doesn't matter if you're talking to someone who loves The OA or someone who hates it, both people will tell you that the Netflix thriller is insane. But Part II of the enigmatic series created by Brit...

The Best Romance Shows and Movies to Stream on Netflix Right Now

The Best Romance Shows and Movies to Stream on Netflix Right Now

There is no greater way to treat yourself than curling up with a bottle of wine, some good cheese, and a rom-com. Despite the dearth of quality options on the big screen in the last few years, Netflix has been holding us down with its originals. From movies to anthologies to ambitious multi-season...

What's Fact and Fiction in Netflix's Mötley Crüe Biopic The Dirt?

What's Fact and Fiction in Netflix's Mötley Crüe Biopic The Dirt?

Netflix's Mötley Crüe biopic The Dirt is based on a book by the same name by the band with ghostwriter Neil Strauss, who later wrote the pick-up artist memoir The Game. For the most part it's a very faithful adaptation. It has, of course, undergone much of the condensing necessary when...

The Blacklist Gets the Band Back Together

The Blacklist Gets the Band Back Together

It turns out the main character of The Blacklist did not receive the death penalty by lethal injection. Who would have guessed?With the shadow of Reddington's (James Spader) execution hanging over, last week's episode played like a culmination of sorts -- for individual relationships and...

Patricia Arquette's Kids Didn't Want Her to Star in Hulu's True Crime Story The Act

Patricia Arquette's Kids Didn't Want Her to Star in Hulu's True Crime Story The Act

Unbelievable true crime stories take center stage in the Hulu anthology series, The Act.Season 1 follows the bizarre true story of Gypsy Rose Blanchard who, with help from her boyfriend Nick Godejohn, murdered her mother Dee Dee Blanchard after years of being manipulated into believing she suffered...

Queer Eye's Karamo Brown Reveals How He Gets That Emotional Breakthrough With Each 'Hero'

Queer Eye's Karamo Brown Reveals How He Gets That Emotional Breakthrough With Each 'Hero'

There are very few shows on television, even in the age of "Peak TV," that are designed purely to make you feel good. That's part of what makes Netflix's Queer Eye so special. Each and every makeover is to make someone, and the audience, feel better about themselves. The...

Aidy Bryant Takes Us Behind Filming Shrill's Empowering Fat Babe Pool Party

Aidy Bryant Takes Us Behind Filming Shrill's Empowering Fat Babe Pool Party

There's an unspoken rule that says certain body types are not worthy of being celebrated and Shrill, Hulu's delightful new comedy starring Saturday Night Live's Aidy Bryant, flies in the face of that.Shrill follows Annie, a soft-spoken journalist who sets out to make some changes in...

Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles Aren't the Only Stars Mourning Supernatural

Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles Aren't the Only Stars Mourning Supernatural

In what is surely a sign of the actual apocalypse, Supernatural is officially coming to an end after Season 15 next year.Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, and Misha Collins shared the news with fans via Twitter today, saying, "Even though we are excited about going into our 15th season, it will...

Say It Isn't So: Supernatural Will End After Season 15

Say It Isn't So: Supernatural Will End After Season 15

Hey #SPNFamily here's a little message from @JensenAckles @mishacollins and me. I'm so grateful for the family that's been built because of the show. Excuse me while i go cry. pic.twitter.com/QDXDsAyIfK— Jared Padalecki (@jarpad) March 22, 2019 Here's some devastating news...

HBO Is Bringing Back Perry Mason, and This Time He F*cks

HBO Is Bringing Back Perry Mason, and This Time He F*cks

Gather round children, and let me tell you a story of the procedural that launched a thousand cop dramas! Perry Mason, TV's first weekly one-hour series, premiered in 1957 and followed the weekly cases of the titular Perry Marson (Raymond Burr), a criminal defense lawyer practicing in Los...

We Need to Talk About That OA: Part II Ending

We Need to Talk About That OA: Part II Ending

Warning: This post contains spoilers for The OA: Part II. If you haven't finished The OA: Part II, click away. Now. You do not want to be deprived of the joy of experiencing what happens in the season's final few minutes for yourself. Trust. If you are still here, and you have seen...

The Conners Is Coming Back for Season 2

The Conners Is Coming Back for Season 2

The Conners isn't going away anytime soon. ABC announced Friday that the Roseanne spin-off has been renewed for a second season.John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Lecy Goranson, Ames McNamara and Sara Gilbert, who also serves as an executive producer, are all coming back for the new season. Per...

Everything I Learned About Sex, I Learned From Black '90s Sitcoms

Everything I Learned About Sex, I Learned From Black '90s Sitcoms

I'm old enough to know quite a lot about sex. I'm also young enough to still lucidly remember my introduction to it. It wasn't elegant, romantic, or even textbook. It was pulled clumsily from sweet fantasies and uncomfortable realities, a collision of naive yearning and rude...

The Sex in Now Apocalypse Is Concerned with Liberation, Not Labels

The Sex in Now Apocalypse Is Concerned with Liberation, Not Labels

When describing the new Starz comedy Now Apocalypse, it might be tempting to start with the alien conspiracy that is the undercurrent of the entire coming-of-age series. It's definitely a storyline that stands out, but the apparent reptilian invasion in Gregg Araki's eye-popping show is...

Stranger Things Is a Stealth Blueprint for Successfully Navigating Puberty

Stranger Things Is a Stealth Blueprint for Successfully Navigating Puberty

Stranger Things is only headed into Season 3, but the Netflix show has already taught us so much: about Dungeons & Dragons sessions, about the holding power of Farrah Fawcett hairspray, and about the dangerously addictive qualities of Eggo waffles, just to name a few. But the best education you...

The Week in Superlatives: Sexiest Scene Stealer, the Real-Life Survivor, and the Scene That Made Us Weep with Joy

The Week in Superlatives: Sexiest Scene Stealer, the Real-Life Survivor, and the Scene That Made Us Weep with Joy

It's been another banner week in TV. Between a few buzzy show premieres, some emotionally evocative episodes -- for better and for worse -- and one majorly inspiring news item, here are the small screen moments you won't want to miss from this week!Best take on tampons: Amy Schumer's...

Marvel's Next Generation on Redefining What It Means to be a Female Superhero on TV

Marvel's Next Generation on Redefining What It Means to be a Female Superhero on TV

What better way to celebrate Women's History Month than taking a deep dive into the franchise that gave us some of the most complex leading ladies of the modern era? There really isn't one, which is why CBS Interactive, which TV Guide is a part of, teamed up to give Marvel fans an...

The Dirt Review: Mötley Crüe Biopic Is A Hot Mess That Sugarcoats Its Source Material

The Dirt Review: Mötley Crüe Biopic Is A Hot Mess That Sugarcoats Its Source Material

The Dirt, the long-in-development biopic of '80s sleaze-rockers Mötley Crüe, shares a lot with the recent megahit Bohemian Rhapsody. But only the negative stuff. Produced in conjunction with the band itself, this ostensibly shocking examination of the corrupting depravity stemming from...

The Best New Shows and Movies on Netflix This Week -- The Dirt, Delhi Crime

The Best New Shows and Movies on Netflix This Week -- The Dirt, Delhi Crime

Looking for something new to watch on Netflix? Here is a list of all the best new shows and movies released on Netflix the week of March 22-28.This week has something very rare for Netflix: no new English-language scripted series. Not a one. It's mostly about international stuff this week,...

Parks and Recreation Won't Return Unless There's a Story That 'Needs to Be Told,' Says Mike Schur

Parks and Recreation Won't Return Unless There's a Story That 'Needs to Be Told,' Says Mike Schur

The cast of Parks and Recreation, one of TV's most beloved comedies, reunited at PaleyFest in Los Angeles on Thursday to celebrate the show's 10th anniversary and rehash old stories, relive the best jokes, and, of course, answer whether a revival is a possibility in the near future.The...

Legacies Finally Revealed the Truth About Malivore

Legacies Finally Revealed the Truth About Malivore

Legacies has done a pretty good job of slowly stoking the Malivore mystery this season, but in its penultimate episode, The CW series revealed a ton of need-to-know stuff about the pit that's also kind of a person. After kidnapping our resident phoenix from school, Ryan Clarke (Nick Fink), a...

Grey's Anatomy Recap: Amelia and Link Are Just Getting Started

Grey's Anatomy Recap: Amelia and Link Are Just Getting Started

If you were hoping for Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) and Link's (Chris Carmack) budding bedroom behavior to be a temporary situation, well, you probably haven't been paying attention to the last 14 years of Grey's Anatomy,because nothing happens in a vacuum on this show -- well, except...

What to Stream the Weekend of March 22

What to Stream the Weekend of March 22

The weekend is coming up and that means one thing: time to ignore all your problems and binge-watch TV. Snuggle up this weekend with the highly anticipated return of the mystical, mysterious, alternate reality-hopping second season of The OA; a true crime thriller titled The Act that will shake you...

The World Needs One Day at a Time, Now More Than Ever

The World Needs One Day at a Time, Now More Than Ever

If the hue and cry over Netflix's cancellation of One Day at a Time has reached you, you've probably already heard some of the reasons viewers and critics are up in arms over the show's fate -- a fate that isn't set in stone, by the way. Another network could (and should) swoop...

Looking for Alaska Casts a Riverdale Serpent and Girl Meets World's Hot Uncle

Looking for Alaska Casts a Riverdale Serpent and Girl Meets World's Hot Uncle

Hulu's Looking for Alaska has filled out its cast and we now have a much better idea of what our heroine's tribe will look like. The limited series is based on John Green's debut novel of the same name and follows Miles "Pudge" Halter (Charlie Plummer) after he enrolls at a...

The Deadwood Movie Finally Gets a Teaser and Premiere Date

The Deadwood Movie Finally Gets a Teaser and Premiere Date

The end is nigh. HBO released the premiere date for the long-awaited Deadwood movie on Thursday, March 21, the 15th anniversary of the Emmy-winning Western drama's series premiere. Deadwood: The Movie premieres Friday, May 21 at 8/7c on HBO. The network also released a trailer that promises...

Bane Is Coming for Babs in This Gotham Sneak Peek

Bane Is Coming for Babs in This Gotham Sneak Peek

It's hard enough trying to have a baby in a government-forsaken war zone, but Gotham wants to add a medically enhanced, military-trained super villain to the mix! Thursday's episode of the Batman prequel series is aptly named, "I Am Bane," and TV Guide's exclusive clip...

Schitt's Creek Renewed for Sixth and Final Season

Schitt's Creek Renewed for Sixth and Final Season

The Levys are ready to leave Schitt's Creek at last.Father-son pair Eugene and Dan Levy, who co-created the Toronto-based show, announced on Thursday that their beloved comedy series will return for a sixth and final season in 2020.In a letter posted to Dan Levy's social media accounts,...

Everything We Know About Black Mirror Season 5

Everything We Know About Black Mirror Season 5

Now that the novelty of Black Mirror's interactive movie-slash-episode Bandersnatch has worn off, it's time to talk about what's next for the unsettling anthology series.Details on the show's fifth season are still relatively scarce, but thanks to some key interviews and casting...

Steven Universe  Beautifully Fosters Non-Binary Self-Love Without Being Too Preachy

Steven Universe Beautifully Fosters Non-Binary Self-Love Without Being Too Preachy

Over the last year, squeezing onto my friend's couch to catch up on Steven Universe has become a potluck of feelings. The show's appeal is obvious: A half-alien, half-human boy tries to get a handle on his Crystal Gem (read: superhero) powers while stepping into a mantle left behind by...