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So What Happened With TMZ’s Apparently Erroneous Story About TRL Being Canceled?

Here's something odd that happened yesterday. TMZ reported late in the afternoon that MTV was canceling the rebooted version of TRL, citing an internal memo that…
Jordan Sargent / March 15, 2018

The Crown Paid the Queen Less Than the Prince

The Crown, Netflix's sumptuous, historically-based period piece starring Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II, moves at roughly the pace of a state dinner, and every so often,…
Anna Gaca / March 13, 2018

Watch the Trailer for Netflix’s Roxanne Shanté Biopic Roxanne Roxanne

In 1984, a 15-year-old Queens rapper named Lolita Shanté Gooden took on the rap name Roxanne Shanté and released the single "Roxanne’s Revenge." The song,…
Tom Breihan, Stereogum / February 22, 2018

Watch the Full Trailer for Westworld Season 2

A full trailer for HBO's upcoming second season of its dystopian theme-park-based android drama Westworld premiered during the Super Bowl last night. The ad is soundtracked…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 5, 2018

Ben Sinclair: High Maintenance Man

Ben Sinclair’s favorite pick-me-up is an oat milk latte, because of the beneficial qualities of that particular dairy substitute: better for you than soy milk,…
Andy Cush / January 30, 2018

Waco’s Sympathetic Portrayal of David Koresh Doesn’t Do the Show Any Favors

Waco, the Paramount Network’s first attempt to jump on the prestige television train after rebranding from Spike TV, premiered Wednesday. The six-part miniseries is the…
Drew Salisbury / January 25, 2018

Watch Finn Wolfhard of Stranger Things Shredding on Guitar Onstage With Mac DeMarco

Whipping up something like a perfect storm of viral internet content, musician and meme subject Mac Demarco invited the beloved teenaged cast of Stranger Things to join…
Andy Cush / May 22, 2017

Arrested Development Is Returning to Netflix for Season Five

Eleven years after Arrested Development first left the air, the Bluth family is returning to Netflix for a fifth season, Variety reports. The new episodes will feature the original cast--Jason…
Andy Cush / May 17, 2017

25 Years Later, New Documentaries Show the Los Angeles Riots Are as Relevant as Ever

"This is happening every day. They just caught it on videotape," says Michael Winters, a resident of South Central Los Angeles, early in the A&E…
Andy Cush / May 1, 2017

American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story Does the Impossible: It Makes Hugh Hefner Seem Kind of Boring

What do we talk about when we talk about Hugh Hefner? If your answer is something like "an eccentric billionaire weirdo" or "a rich, bathrobe-obsessed…
Winston Cook-Wilson / April 10, 2017

From Big Little Lies to Twin Peaks: Here Are Our Favorite TV Soundtracks of All Time

Television’s hot-button drama of the moment has been the HBO miniseries Big Little Lies, which was helmed by veteran TV writer David E. Kelley…
SPIN Staff / April 4, 2017

Donald Trump Jr. Really Enjoyed Jimmy Fallon’s Latest Bit About Donald Trump Jr.

Ever since Jimmy Fallon gave Donald Trump a noogie on national TV, the cornball late-night host has been dogged by the criticism that in some small way,…
Andy Cush / March 21, 2017

Watch This Jazz Drummer Provide Insane Accompaniment to Charlie Ranting in It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Over the weekend, the following video was inescapable on my Facebook feed. It's by an Irish musician named David Dockery, who translated the frenzied dialogue of…
Andy Cush / March 20, 2017

The Life of Kalief Browder, Subject of New Documentary Produced by Jay Z, Is an American Tragedy

Kalief Browder took his own life in 2015, at 22 years old, in his home the Bronx. He had spent three years of his short life…
Andy Cush / February 28, 2017

The “Cash Me Outside” Girl Needs a Better Publicist

This afternoon, Charlamagne Tha God of The Breakfast Club posted to Instagram a screenshot of a text message exchange he had with someone who appears to be…
Andy Cush / February 22, 2017
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