1. the industry
    Reagan Arthur Succeeds Sonny Mehta As Publisher of KnopfArthur is universally admired in publishing circles, and like Mehta, she has an eye for both fiction and nonfiction, commercial and highbrow.
  2. movie review
    The Gentlemen Is a Throwback Crime Caper With Some Throwback RacismGuy Ritchie’s latest has a host of stars — like Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, Henry Golding, Hugh Grant — and little else.
  3. rupaul's drag race
    RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 12 Ru-veals a Premiere Date and CastComing to you on February 28.
  4. this week in comedy podcasts
    This Week in Comedy Podcasts: Three Questions With Maria BamfordAlso, Tiffany Haddish, Trump vs. Bernie, and Demi Adejuyigbe.
  5. and i goop!
    Gwyneth Paltrow Calls Goop’s $75 Vagina Candle ‘Punk’ Because Words Mean NothingShe stopped by Late Night With Seth Meyers to promote her Goop Lab Netflix series, which premieres tomorrow.
  6. grammys 2020
    For Your Consideration: Maggie Rogers, Grammys Best New Artist UnderdogWilliam Eyelash Curler will almost certainly win Best New Artist, but I must pick up my pen to celebrate the worthiness of another nominee.
  7. last night on late night
    We’re Pretty Sure This Is a Fake John Mulaney on Late ShowHe’s still just as funny though.
  8. memoirs
    Jessica Simpson Began ‘Relying on Alcohol’ While Dating John Mayer“I was killing myself with all the drinking and pills.”
  9. overnights
    Star Trek: Picard Premiere Recap: ReengageOne episode in, this is already a very different show from The Next Generation, but also one deeply informed by its predecessor.
  10. chat room
    With Grand Horizons, Ben McKenzie Is Getting Back Into TheaterThe O.C. and Gotham star is making his debut on Broadway.
  11. controversy
    Ousted Grammys CEO Deborah Dugan Addresses Allegations on Good Morning America“I believe in what the Recording Academy should stand for, for artists.”
  12. the gold rush
    What Happens in the Mirror Universe Where Sandra Bullock Lost the 2009 Oscar?An Oscar hypothetical for the ages.
  13. the gold rush
    Which Awards Contender Will Be This Year’s Oscar Villain?Will it be Joker? Once Upon a Time in Hollywood? Or even 1917?
  14. reunited
    He’s the Man: Channing Tatum Rekindles Relationship with Jessie JDon’t put a price tag on their love.
  15. sequels
    Captain Marvel Sequel Officially in the Works With Writer Megan McDonnellMarvel is scouting for female directors.
  16. my single is not dropping
    Lady Gaga Is Here to Warn You About the Dangers of Online Piracy“Can y’all stop?”
  17. overnights
    The Real Housewives of New Jersey Recap: Beach Blanket BuffoonsThis is looking less and less like the actual Hamptons with every passing second.
  18. respect the classics
    Aerosmith Drummer Sues Band for Sweet Exclusion, LosesA judge has now ruled against Joey Kramer’s lawsuit to perform with the band over Grammys weekend.
  19. the law
    Accused Rapist Harvey Weinstein Distances Himself From Bill Clinton at TrialThe mogul’s lawyers complained that prosecutors brought up his friendship with Bill Clinton on the worst possible day.
  20. snl
    Tree-Size Man Adam Driver Hoists a Tree in His New SNL PromoHe hosts the show for the third time this weekend.
  21. respect the classics
    Relive the Glory of Rush and Neil Peart With Rare 2008 Colbert Report Interview“You’ve been touring for over 30 years. Do you ever get tired of being so awesome and kicking so much ass?”
  22. close reads
    The Weekly’s Endorsement Episode Was a FailureAnd not just because the Times endorsed two candidates.
  23. juice wrld
    Everything We Know About Juice WRLD’s DeathThe 21-year-old rapper died after a “medical emergency” at a Chicago airport during a federal search. His cause of death has now been confirmed.
  24. true crime
    A Cat Lover’s Guide to Don’t F**k With CatsHow to watch the Netflix true-crime docuseries without seeing any animal abuse.
  25. a long talk
    ‘We Weren’t Concerned With Making Anyone But Ourselves Laugh’Monty Python’s Terry Jones reflects on his long career — and how the group’s work was almost lost to history.
  26. gay rights
    Dan Levy Has Joined the Kristen Stewart Gay Rom-Com Happiest SeasonAlong with Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza, and more!
  27. right click
    Paramore’s Hayley Williams Drops Her Debut Solo Single, ‘Simmer’The frontwoman is striking out on her own.
  28. the law
    Annabella Sciorra’s Alleged Sexual Assault Described During Weinstein Trial“Annabella remembers at some point giving up the fight and just hoping it would end.”
  29. last night on late night
    The Jonas Brothers Take a Break from TikTok to Go Day Drinking With Seth MeyersJo Bros vs. Meyers Guy–ers
  30. sundance 2020
    The 17 Movies We’re Most Excited to See at Sundance Film FestivalIncluding a transatlantic thriller starring Jude Law, a family drama from Miranda July, and a portrait of up-and-coming performer Taylor Swift.
  31. the grind
    How It Feels to Get Fired From Your Comedy Dream JobTen former staffers from late-night shows, satirical websites, and online comedy outlets look back on the day they got the bad news.
  32. trailer mix
    Taylor Swift Wants History on Her Side With Miss Americana TrailerComing later this month to Netflix.
  33. snl
    Will Ferrell Once Crashed the SNL Stage in Character on a DareIt was during a Puff Daddy rehearsal.
  34. last night on late night
    Justin Bieber Tickled David Dobrik at the Club, So Don’t Say L.A. Isn’t WeirdL.A. is a strange, strange place.
  35. obits
    John Cleese, Michael Palin, Eric Idle, and More Mourn the Death of Terry Jones“Two down, four to go.”
  36. oscar endings
    ‘Don’t Shut the Door All the Way’: On the Ending of The IrishmanThe final scene of Martin Scorsese’s epic illustrates who Frank Sheeran is by calling to mind other mafia movies.
  37. audition room
    Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Aniston Both Auditioned for Before SunriseRight before they became stars.
  38. the gold rush
    How 4 Orphaned Films Earned Oscar Season Heat AnywayThe sheer volume of unexpected studio handoffs this awards season reflects new uncertainties roiling Hollywood.
  39. overnights
    Vanderpump Rules Recap: Book ’Em, DaynaScheana, along with Danica and Charli, are like the new witches of WeHo, trying to make sure that everyone hates Dayna.
  40. interviews
    15 Minutes With Fiona AppleThe artist, who donated $90,000 to help immigrants facing family separation, says her new album is just a few months away.
  41. backstories
    Who Farted? An Investigation Into The Lighthouse Sound EffectsThe Foley artists behind one of 2019’s most meticulously crafted films explains how the hell they pulled off those sounds.
  42. grammys 2020
    ‘I Guess It’s a Little Different Having a Career Resurgence at 61’How country music outlaw Tanya Tucker might win her first Grammy nearly 50 years after her first nomination.
  43. obits
    Terry Jones, Founding Monty Python Comedian, Dead at 77He suffered from a rare form of dementia.
  44. theater
    Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale Are Lovers Playing Fighters OnstageIn Medea, an avant-garde take on the Greek tragedy.
  45. hot mic
    Cole Sprouse Enters the Podcasting Boom With New Podcast BorrascaThis podcast will be weird, a weirdo, and it won’t fit in.
  46. theater review
    A Soldier’s Play Is a Procedural With BiteDavid Alan Grier’s performance “has size and precision, monstrosity and humanity.”
  47. overnights
    This Is Us Recap: Our Councilman, Our HeroAnother Big Three trilogy begins with a Randall-focused episode that proves Sterling K. Brown is very, very good at his job.
  48. billboard charts
    Selena Gomez Earns Rare Top Spot on Billboard ChartWhat’s rarer than a number-one album?
  49. overnights
    Schitt’s Creek Recap: Friends With MoneyThat’s right, people: The Roses and the Schitts are going into business together.
  50. the grammys
    Ousted Grammy CEO Deborah Dugan Accuses Recording Academy of Rampant MisconductThe filing claims that Dugan faced unlawful gender discrimination, sexual harassment, unlawful retaliation, and unequal pay.
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