1. broadway
    Chilli & T-Boz Are Working on a TLC Broadway MusicalThe surviving members of TLC are writing new music for their broadway debut.
  2. overnights
    The OA: Part II Recap: Out Of the ShadowsEven as the season shows signs of starting to wrap up, The OA still can’t resist throwing a few new wrinkles into the proceedings.
  3. gay rights
    Jennifer Lawrence Tackled Adele at a NYC Gay BarThe pair tore it up at Pieces Friday night.
  4. hot takes
    Diana Ross Quotes Her Own Song While Defending Michael Jackson“This is what’s on my heart this morning.”
  5. overnights
    The OA: Part II Recap: Best-Laid PlansWe return to our original dimension for a quiet drama of broken wills, capped by a deus ex machina for the ages.
  6. leaving neverland
    Yikes, Barbra Streisand Weighs In on Michael Jackson Leaving Neverland AccusersNow, she’s clarifying her very divisive comments.
  7. casting call
    Nicole Richie Is Returning to Her True Calling, Goofy TV ComediesLoves it!
  8. power couples
    The Obamas Have Blessed Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez’s UnionLook at this handwritten note!
  9. auteur theory
    Did You Catch Jordan Peele’s Us Cameo?A real Hitchcock move.
  10. catchphrases
    Cardi B Is Trademarking ‘Okurrr’Why not.
  11. nope
    Roseanne Barr Is Now Blaming Sara Gilbert for Destroying Her Life, Because, Sure“She will never get enough until she consumes my liver with a fine Chianti.”
  12. deep dives
    A Guide to the References and Easter Eggs in Jordan Peele’s UsEven the throwaway minutiae of Us warrants pause, deliberation, and some attempt at analysis.
  13. college admissions scandal
    USC Insists Lori Loughlin’s Daughters Haven’t Dropped Out of SchoolOlivia Jade hasn’t been seen, though.
  14. overnights
    The OA: Part II Recap: Maniac MansionAs OA and Kareem navigate a puzzle dungeon, Hap finds love.
  15. close reads
    Let’s Talk About the Ending of Jordan Peele’s UsWatch yourself.
  16. close reads
    Jordan Peele’s Us Is a Bone-Chilling Allegory for Generation XThe movie’s references, and its use of Hands Across America, speak directly to those who were born in the ’70s and grew up in the ’80s.
  17. overnights
    The OA: Part II Recap: Old Night ClubOA and Kareem’s paths finally converge, and they seem to be leading back to that abandoned house.
  18. overnights
    Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Recap: Stand DownIf it really was necessary to call a truce in Rebecca and Audra’s “JAP Battle,” this is about as strong a wrap-up as we could have hoped for.
  19. trailer mix
    Brie Larson Is Buying What Samuel L. Jackson Is Selling in Unicorn Store TrailerTheir inventory might be limited, but their deals are magical.
  20. endings
    Congratulations, the Devil: Supernatural to Hunt Its Last With Season 15The brothers Winchester announced the show’s end on Instagram Friday.
  21. movie review
    The Dirt Is a Parody of a Parody of a Music BiopicThere’s no getting around it, so you may as well go in prepared: The Dirt opens with female ejaculation.
  22. lawsuits
    A Twitter User Is Suing FuckJerry for Copyright InfringementIt appears to be the first case of its kind against the Instagram account.
  23. movies
    Of Course the To All the Boys Sequel Will Bring Back Kitty and DILF Dr. CoveyBut the sequel will get a new director.
  24. reunions
    The Parks and Recreation Stars on Where Their Characters Are Today“She would run stuff.”
  25. behind the scenes
    How Shrill Made Its Dream ‘Fat Babe Pool Party’ a Reality“I almost cried because it was so beautiful. I just really wanted it to feel like a dream.”
  26. casting
    Zac Efron and Amanda Seyfried Will Voice Fred and Daphne in Animated Scooby-DooPut Zac in an ascot!
  27. overnights
    The OA: Part II Recap: Mirror GameIn Prairie’s home dimension, the castaways who survived last season’s school shooting are left grappling with what to do next.
  28. the sopranos
    Everything We Know About the Sopranos Prequel MovieIt’s set to hit theaters September 25, 2020.
  29. vulture presents
    What You Missed From the College Admissions Scandal Affidavit Live ReadingOn March 19, Vulture brought together four comedians to perform a live reading from the college admissions scandal affidavit.
  30. movie review
    Dragged Across Concrete Is Your Basic, Boneheaded Right-Wing Action MovieAnd nearly three hours long.
  31. party report
    Tavi Gevinson Explains Her Ivanka Trump and Elizabeth Holmes Impressions“I found it delightfully sinister.”
  32. music
    The Dirt Offers a Sanitized History of Mötley CrüeThe Dirt is, surprisingly, not that dirty.
  33. scams
    Dan Mallory, Who Once Faked Being British, Nominated for British Book AwardThe cancer-faking author landed on the very real short-list.
  34. renewals
    The Conners Will Return for a Second Season on ABCReady for more Roseanne-free Roseanne?
  35. the streaming wars
    Apple’s TV Event: What We Know (And Don’t Know) About Its Streaming PlatformThe tech giant is making a billion-dollar bet to turn itself into a major player in the TV industry. Will it work?
  36. party report
    Midsommar Will Be ‘a Wizard of Oz for Perverts,’ Says Director Ari Aster“It’s less overtly a horror movie, but it’s still working in that same space. It’s very macabre. But people shouldn’t go in expecting Hereditary.”
  37. follow friday
    Kelley Quinn Needs to Be on the L Word RebootTalking tweets with the Brooklyn-based comedian.
  38. burning questions
    A Conversation With a Quantum Physicist About The OA: Part IICould we really hop between multiple dimensions using the power of dance? Can trees really talk? Could I live in a mirror?
  39. the week in rap
    This Week in Rap: Chief Keef Teams Up With Zaytoven, Quelle Chris InnovatesFeaturing Detroit innovation, coming-of-age meditations, and more.
  40. netflix
    Ryan Murphy’s Ben Platt Netflix Show The Politician Will Premiere in SeptemberMeet Payton Hobart, aspiring president.
  41. movie review
    Us Doesn’t Live Up to Get Out, But It Shows the Promise of Jordan PeeleThe director’s second feature isn’t as trim or impish in its satire as his marvelous debut, but it’s the most inspiring kind of miss.
  42. songs of the week
    The Best New Songs of the Week: Lizzo, the Cranberries, Flume, and MoreClub anthems, snarling post-punk, classic grunge bands, and more music you need to hear.
  43. song review
    Tame Impala Is More Subdued Than Ever on New Song ‘Patience’It might make you think about the passage of time … and also maybe yachts.
  44. chat room
    The Youngest Star of Us Would Really Like a Part in Black Panther 2Can someone cast this kid in a superhero joint?
  45. party report
    Here Is a Photo of Glenn Close Dressed As a Sheep at Paul Schrader’s Christmas“She just showed up dressed as a sheep.”
  46. this week in late night
    The Trolls of Late NightFrom John Oliver’s segment on public shaming to Devin Nunes’s cow, internet trolling had a big role on late night this week.
  47. roll clip!
    The Birds in Netflix’s New Nature Doc Are Some Big Ole FreaksTickle my face with your tail feather so I know it’s real.
  48. overnights
    The OA: Part II Recap: The Prophet of the ValleyAs always, The OA is on a long, sprawling journey that will end in either deliverance or more madness.
  49. movie review
    Ash Is Purest White Is an Unrequited Love Story Set in China’s 2000sJia Zhangke’s latest portrait of recent Chinese history is a long, strange, lovelorn trip — maybe a little too long.
  50. spring preview
    Spring Horror Preview: Us, Erotic Cellist Thrills, and More We Can’t Wait to SeeTurn off the lights and let Church the cat be your guide to terror.
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