The fifth and final season of the CW’s excellent telenovela is giddy, tearful, joyful, and gasp-inducing.
Not for the faint of heart. Or anybody who’s afraid of needles.
Yet somehow it isn’t must-watch TV.
The comedian’s new Netflix special tackles pregnancy and illness, but it mostly sticks to the superficial.
The Showtime series keeps things fresh by inverting its central relationships and leaning into its goofy, go-for-broke mentality.
When a multi-billion-dollar media company tweets like your online friend, its business decisions are bound to feel personal.
In the show’s best season in years, Colton and Cassie ultimately chose to smash The Bachelor itself.
The spectacle of crew members hunting the Portugal countryside for their escaped star was some of the scariest stuff the show has ever given us.
The series’s gloriously heady mishmash of the silly and the serious feels true to the experience of being alive today, for better or worse.
This ABC dramedy aims at goofy fun and actually hit its target.
Time for some imaginary murder, betrothals, and flings.
“We went to bridge clubs, we went to libraries, we went to bookstores. Places that weren’t necessarily top-level meat-market destinations.”
Worried about which Oscar nominees you can share with your children? So are others. Can you guess which movies the parents of IMDb are describing?
The low-stakes Netflix show leans into everything that other dating shows aggressively avoid.
An ABC exec thinks that women have “a lot of power” in the Bachelor franchise. What about proposals, though?
“We are haunting not only the people that lived and died in this city, but we’re also chasing our old selves.”
What happens to Nadia, Alan, Oatmeal the cat, and all those twisty timelines?
“I decided I wanted to try to stay as consistently fit and healthy as possible. Male ego, all that stuff.”
When Caelynn shared a painstaking account of her rape, the show didn’t edit real trauma into reality-TV drama.
Which is why it’s such a bummer that Louis C.K.’s former manager is producing it.