From John Oliver’s segment on public shaming to Devin Nunes’s cow, internet trolling had a big role on late night this week.
“In America, whenever people want to fix a problem, it seems like it’s never the right time.”
“Patience” is the name of the track and the virtue Kevin Parker tested in all of us.
“That group is one of the most talented collections of individuals and I’m really proud that they’re from El Paso.”
We were deprived Forrest riding in OJ’s Bronco and dancing with Princess Di.
“The One Where My Rent Went Up $12,000.”
Can you ever forgive Moore for wanting to go full Klump?
Patricia Highsmith’s sociopathic charmer will feel right at home in the Golden Age of Television.
It’s a food show, it’s a travel show, and it’s a truly unhinged comedy.
Being apolitical is a bad look for 2019.
Late night hosts weighed in on the new presidential hopeful.
Surely there’s still some TV execs who haven’t seen Hamilton and need the hook-up.
Footage of the 2013 rail disaster in Lac-Mégantic is finally being excised from the film.
She’s not coming for Jimmy Fallon’s job, but she is going to need to borrow his desk.
Also receiving awards were Zadie Smith, Anna Burns, and Maureen Corrigan.
The epic series will trace four generations of a Korean family and will be told in three languages: Korean, Japanese, and English.
Truly the world’s worst superpowered antihero.
“She’s definitely not Momo in a chicken costume!”
Tame Impala will be the musical guest.
“At 5:30 p.m., somebody’s getting indicted, some tweet is coming out, somebody is getting into some scandal. Something is going to happen.”