The 2017 Emmy nominations have just been announced, and this year's slate of nominees is looking good! As former Criminal Minds star and Daytime Emmy winner Shemar Moore took the stage to make the big announcement with Veep 's Anna Chlumsky (who happened to be sweetly surprised by her own nomination), we were thrilled to hear plenty of our favorite shows and actors recognized.
Perhaps you met while struggling to board the subway, in line waiting for coffee, or turning up in der clerb; at this point, you can't imagine life without your Broad City BFF. She just gets you. After watching three seasons together, your friendship has blossomed into much more than TV show buddies, and you're already planning your Ilana-Abbi inspired BFF Halloween costumes.
If you like, nay, LOVE Disney's The Lion King, then this is a perfect time to bask in all its glory. Lucky for us all, the timeless tale is roaring back into our lives in a variety of ways. A big-budget live-action version of The Lion King is currently in production; you can show your love for Simba and the gang with ALL sorts of amazing new Lion King products; and last, but not least, the Walt Disney Signature Collection edition is hitting the shelves on August 29 (although you can get it digi
Pop culture has always been full of witchy women — some of them even based on input from real witches — that, frankly, we adore. But movies and TV don't always tell the whole story, and as much as on-screen depictions are obviously meant for entertainment, living as a witch is no joke for many people.
The 69th annual Primetime Emmy Awards will take place on Sunday, September 17, but the first round of trophies was given out at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards this weekend. The Creative Arts Emmys recognize technical achievements as well as reality, documentary, variety, and animated programs. Guest acting roles are also celebrated in advance of the main Emmys telecast, and it was in those categories that we got to see some of our TV favorites take home the goods.
It's official. These kiddos are as cute as they come.
Over the weekend, Anaheim, California was besieged by unapologetic Disney fanatics, uber-detailed cosplayers, and oodles of HUGE celebrities (like Oprah and Reese Witherspoon HUGE). But they weren't flocking to Disneyland or California Adventure. No, they were camped out (in some cases, literally camped out) at D23 (the biennial Disney fan conference) to get the scoop on things to come in the Disney universe.
With the Emmy Awards just a couple of days away, and the Creative Arts Emmys behind us, fans are getting hyped about which of their faves might win at this weekend's ceremony. And with so many top-tier shows and stars to choose from, the voting members of the Television Academy certainly had their work cut out for them.
TV's biggest night is finally here! The 2017 Emmys are officially underway at LA's Microsoft Theater, honoring the best stars and shows of the past year. Late Show host Stephen Colbert is hosting, and celebs including Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, Debra Messing, Riz Ahmed, Tracee Ellis Ross, Nicole Kidman, Anna Faris, Anthony Anderson, Alec Baldwin, Alexis Bledel, and Melissa McCarthy are set to present.
*Shrugs at camera*
When it comes to Halloween, the only thing we love as much as getting dressed up is binge-watching our favorite spooktacular movies. This year, Freeform, AKA the network formerly known as ABC and the creators of the epic annual 25 Days of Christmas marathon, is making all of our dreams come true with an epic lineup of 28 "fiendish delights" that make up its "terrifying 13 Nights of Halloween.
Though we've been faced with many sickening, heartbreaking acts of hate and violence in the past year, including the Manchester bombing, perhaps none hit so close to home as the white nationalist "Unite the Right" rally that took place yesterday in Charlottesville, Virginia. The incident ultimately left three dead — two police officers who were killed when the helicopter they were monitoring the situation from crashed, and Heather Heyer, a 32-year-old woman who was struck by a car that plowed in
As I walk into my interview with Busy Philipps in Manhattan's Ludlow Studio, I admittedly begin to feel a little creepy — kind of like when you finally meet a person IRL after regularly stalking them on Instagram for months. Okay, exactly like that. I'm a devoted follower of the actress's Instagram — specifically, her Instagram stories.
Take on the Upside Down with this Halloween costume.