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Entertainment Weekly Leaks Major Grey’s Anatomy Spoiler
Do not click this link if you were planning on watching tonight's episode.
By Sean Fitz-Gerald
Can Empire’s High Ratings Cure Lucious’s ALS?
Lucious Lyon’s ALS diagnosis may not be as fatal as they’ve been spinning it.
By Gazelle Emami
Jerry Totally Ruined Parks and Recreation’s Cover Shoot for Entertainment Weekly
Damn it, Jerry!
By E. Alex Jung
According to the Interstellar Magazine Covers, There Is No Color in Space
This is space, guys! It's serious.
By Nate Jones
See Entertainment Weekly’s Hobbit Collector Covers
Featuring Bilbo, Gandalf, Gollum, and Thorin.
By Andre Tartar
See Spidey-Suited Andrew Garfield’s Entertainment Weekly Cover
By Amanda Dobbins
What We Learned About Stephen King During His Seven-Year Entertainment Weekly Stint
Including his love for "Mambo No. 5."
By Kyle Buchanan
Entertainment Weekly Suffers Major Sex and the City 2 Photoshop Disaster
Cynthia Nixon's head! Unbelievable.
By Edith Zimmerman
Entertainment Weekly Tastefully Omits Twilight Helmer From List of Greatest Directors
It's a terrible list, but we'll give credit where it's due — at least Catherine Hardwicke's not on it.
By Lane Brown
EW Slaps Warner Bros. With Year-End Cover
At last, revenge for screwing up its Fall Preview issue four months ago.
By Lane Brown
Seth MacFarlane Named ‘Smartest Person on TV,’ Ken Tucker Promptly Keels Over
The long and contentious war between Seth MacFarlane and 'Entertainment Weekly' seems to be over … or is it?
By Mark Graham
The Ten Most Head-Slapping Pairings in the ‘EW’ ‘New Classics’ Lists
Really, 'EW'? 'The Lion King' is better than 'Schindler's List'?
You’re Not the Only One Hoping ‘The Love Guru’ Flops
A hilarious new 'EW' profile of Mike Myers says that many who've worked with him can't stand the guy.
Could a DGA Deal This Week End the Writers' Strike?
But the news isn't all smiley faces on placards! Plus, the true victims of the strike: entertainment journalists.
Diablo Cody's ‘EW’ Back-Page Column Is At Least Better Than Stephen King's
The Juno screenwriter takes on the magazine feature so cursed that even Dalton Ross can't make it fun.
Honestly, ‘Entertainment Weekly,’ Is This the Smartest Man in Hollywood?
Worst. List. Ever.
‘Entertainment Weekly’ Develops Ingenious Method for Scientifically Measuring the Absurdity of ‘24’
Are we in the midst of a Cold War of absurd-o-meter escalation?
‘Harry Potter‘: Finally, Out-of-Touch 60-Year-Olds Weigh In!
Christopher Hitchens and Stephen King have their say.
'Notes from the Underbelly': We Hate Babies. Also: Jokes.