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Sep 19, 2020

PEN15 Recap: Secret Blood
When it comes to revealing the unspoken indignities of female bodily functions, this show is peerless.

Vulture
Sep 19, 2020

The 30 Best Comedies on Amazon Prime
Hot Rod, Spaceballs, The Spy Who Dumped Me, and more.

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Sep 19, 2020

Cardi B Says She Divorced Offset Because She ‘Got Tired' of His Behavior
"I just want to be a free bird, okay?"

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Sep 19, 2020

Ratched Recap: Shall We Dance?
The most ridiculous episode of the show so far in terms of plotting also introduces an ill-conceived new supporting character.

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Sep 19, 2020

Lori Loughlin's Prison Sounds Like a Wellness Retreat
The punishment? Pilates and painting.

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Sep 19, 2020

The Great British Baking Show Returns Next Week With 100 Percent Less Tent
A "biosphere" was created at a countryside hotel.

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Sep 19, 2020

PEN15 Recap: Chain of Fools
This is about as real as adolescence gets, and it is very, very tough to watch.

Vulture
Sep 19, 2020

Ratched Recap: Suspicion
It's getting a little hard to figure out Mildred Ratched's overall plan, but it clearly involves getting rid of anyone who gets her in way.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Rachel Bloom Helps CW Realize I'm In Love With The Dancer From My Bat Mitzvah
The My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend creator will executive produce the new mystery rom-com series.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Remembering The Time RBG Hit the Gym With Stephen Colbert
After litigating whether a hot dog is a sandwich. (She says yes!)

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Hollywood Pays Tribute to the Late, Great Ruth Bader Ginsburg
The Supreme Court justice passed away Friday following a battle with cancer.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

An Ode to Kate McKinnon's Ruth Bader Ginsburg Impression on SNL
So many good Gins-burns.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

PEN15 Recap: Impractical Magic
Adolescence is a curse, and there's no breaking its spell.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dead at 87
Following a battle with metastatic pancreatic cancer.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

RBG Is the Best Imaginable Retaliation to Mansplaining
Yes, the Ruth Bader Ginsburg doc is a hagiography, but it has its cheeky aspect.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Ratched Recap: Phantom Limbs
Nurse Ratched now knows Dr. Hanover's biggest secret. What will she do with it?

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Peacock Is (Finally) Headed to Roku
The streaming device giant and NBCUniversal have reached an agreement.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Netflix's The Devil All the Time Is a Sadistic Slog
Choose Your Own Adventure, but for generational trauma.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan Have a Sexy, Empty Romance in Ammonite
The pair's period courtship doesn't have to be Portrait of a Lady on Fire — but it doesn't have to feel so hollow, either.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Jude Law and Carrie Coon Are Gorgeously Dysfunctional in The Nest
In the new film from the director of Martha Marcy May Marlene, a family slowly implodes after moving into a crumbling house in the U.K. countryside.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Your Guide to New York Rap's Next Generation
There is far from a dearth of emerging talent across the five boroughs — and it's not just concentrated in drill.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

What Will Win and What Should Win at the 2020 Emmys
You can bet on these predictions … probably!

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Sep 18, 2020

Sarah Paulson's Shoddy Accentwork Won Late Night This Week
And you'll never guess who ended up back in quarantine.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Tamara Yajia Refuses to Confirm or Deny Her QAnon Affiliation
We caught up with the comedian and former Ace of Base cover-band star on Instagram Live.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

La Cardi B Raps in Spanish on Anitta's New Single ‘Me Gusta'
The B stands for bilingual.

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Sep 18, 2020

Tekashi 6ix9ine Is an Unworthy New York Rap Villain
No other era could produce this character. No other era would stomach him.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Almost the Real Miracle: Brian Friel's Faith Healer, Streaming From the Old Vic
It feels a little like … theater!

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

It'll Take Us the Rest of 2020 to Decipher These ‘911' Video GIFs
Each moment is as wonderful and confusing as the next.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

New Hero Alert: The Crying Judge on The Great Pottery Throw Down
Move over, Paul Hollywood Handshake. The Keith Brymer Jones Cry is better.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Drew Barrymore's Cursed Flower Feeds Off the Human Voice
Today her show introduced a new "signature segment" called "Sing to a Flower."

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Sep 18, 2020

God, Brad Pitt Is So Good at This
He's a master class in how to play the game as a celebrity. Case in point: his Fast Times performance.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

The ‘Milly Rock' Remains New York Rap Dance Royalty
Neighborhood-specific dances make up the fabric of New York hip-hop. Brooklyn was due for a move of its own.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

PEN15 Recap: Monday Night Raw
Maya and Anna will get over this incident eventually, but they'll never get over patriarchy in general.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Ratched Is the Worst Thing That Could Have Happened to Nurse Ratched
Ryan Murphy's latest Netflix series is a craven, banal origin story that reduces an iconic character to a vessel for trauma.

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Sep 18, 2020

Ratched Recap: In a Lonely Place
An ice pick. Mildred Ratched. Someone who could get Edmund Tolleson in trouble. You know where this is headed.

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Sep 18, 2020

Lady Gaga Drops ‘911' Music Video With a Shocking Twist
Our journey into Chromatica continues.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

The Best Books of the Year (So Far)
During a difficult year, fiction is rising to contemporary challenges and demands.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

In The Devil All the Time, Jason Clarke Finally Embraces the Cuck
For years, Jason Clarke has been Hollywood's go-to cuckold. The new Netflix drama is a landmark role — his first time playing an actual cuck.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Actually, the Cultiest Part of The Vow Is the Night Volleyball
Long before anyone in NXIVM got to the point of branding, there was volleyball.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Here Is the 2020 National Book Award for Fiction Long List
The winner's will be announced at a (virtual, duh) awards ceremony later this fall.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Here's How to Watch the 2020 Primetime Emmys
For cord-cutters and cable-havers alike.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Oh No, Van Morrison Is Releasing Anti-COVID Protest Songs
Northern Ireland's health minister has called his music "dangerous."

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

George C. Wolfe on the ‘Audacity' of His Late Mentor Stanley Crouch
"Even if you didn't agree with him, there was an incredible thoughtfulness that was going on," the playwright said of the combative jazz critic.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

The U.S. Is Banning TikTok Downloads This Sunday
The app will stop working entirely on November 12 unless "national security concerns" are resolved.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

The Failure of Mrs. America's Phyllis Schlafly
Revisiting the show, I started to think about Bette Davis's performance in In This Our Life, and what it takes to create a white female villain.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston's Fast Times Table Read Got Steamy
Or maybe that was smoke from Shia LaBeouf's joint …

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Jadakiss, Styles P, and Sheek Louch on the Undisputed Legacy of the LOX
"We don't got nothing to prove. We got our stamp of approval on the Mount Rushmore of rap."

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

The Movies That Fail to Speak to ‘the Moment'
Antebellum is cinema's latest desperate attempt at relevancy.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

The Movies That Just Can't Speak to ‘the Moment'
Antebellum is cinema's latest desperate attempt at relevancy.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

PEN15 Season-Premiere Recap: Desperate Sluts
Faced with their own social irrelevance, Anna and Maya resort to the worst possible idea.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

The Boys Recap: Power Couple
The Boys' new weekly release schedule doesn't do a transitional, wheel-spinning episode like this one any favors.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Ratched Premiere Recap: Leave Her to Heaven
Meet Mildred, a woman with a plan and a promise to keep.

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Sep 18, 2020

All the Winners From Night 4 of the Creative Arts Emmys
Comedian Maya Rudolph and musician Trent Reznor both took home their first Emmys.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Warner Bros. Execs Address Toxic Work Environment at Ellen and TMZ in Memo
WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar and WarnerMedia Studios and Network Head Ann Sarnoff issued separate internal memos regarding the culture of the company.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Warner Bros. Execs Address Toxic Workplace Environment at Ellen and TMZ in Memo
WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar and WarnerMedia Studios and Network Head Ann Sarnoff issued separate internal memos regarding the culture of the company.

Vulture
Sep 18, 2020

Watch Justin Bieber Get ‘Holy' In New Music Video Featuring Chance The Rapper
Wilmer Valderrama even comes along for the ride.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

If You Can Believe It, Maya Rudolph Did Not Have An Emmy Before Tonight
But now she does, thankfully, for her voice work on Netflix's Big Mouth.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

Harry Styles Is Really Leaning Into the Whole Acting Thing
He's in negotiations to star in Amazon Studio's My Policeman with Lily James.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

NeNe Leakes Is Leaving The Real Housewives of Atlanta Once Again
"I have been on an extremely, extremely long, exhausting, tiring, emotional negotiation."

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

The 100 Best Movies on Netflix Right Now
Da 5 Bloods, Wildlife, Back to the Future, and more.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

Tatiana SMASH: Maslany Cast As She-Hulk
The Orphan Black star has entered the Marvel-verse.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

New York Rap Never ‘Fell Off' — It Was Snuffed Out
Twenty years of pressure from two Republican mayors with lofty dreams of stamping out crime had a demonstrable effect on the culture.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

Cheer's Jerry Harris Arrested on Child Pornography Charge
Misconduct allegations emerged this week.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

Who Needs Virtual NYFW? Rihanna's Bringing Another Savage X Fenty Show to Amazon
Featuring Travis Scott, Roddy Ricch, Bad Bunny, Lizzo, and more.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

What the Constitution Means to Me Film Coming to Amazon in October
Directed by Marielle Heller.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

5 Questions for TV's Weirdest Fall Season Ever
Nobody knows anything — but we have some guesses.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

PEN15 Goes Deeper in Season 2
Maya Erskine's and Anna Konkle's adolescent alter egos are still hilarious, but this time around they're also going to break your heart.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

This Week in Comedy Podcasts: Our Josh Is an Awesome Josh
Rounding up our favorite comedy podcast episodes of the week.

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Sep 17, 2020

Dave Chappelle on Prince's Legacy: ‘He Literally Was a Sign of the Times'
Read an excerpt from Chappelle's liner notes for the Sign o' the Times reissue.

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Sep 17, 2020

Robert Pattinson Hid His Devil All the Time Accent Until Cameras Rolled
"Rob was impossible to get dialect coaching," director Antonio Campos said.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

Here's the Writing Staff of The Amber Ruffin Show
Dewayne Perkins, Shantira Jackson, and Demi Adejuyigbe are great writers to have by your side.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

All 11 Christopher Nolan Movies, Ranked
Figuring out which of the director's films were the masterpieces, and which were merely near-masterpieces (including Tenet).

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

Like You, Lady Gaga Is a Fetch the Bolt Cutters Fan: ‘That's Culture'
Fiona Apple's reply: "Lady. You stood up for me."

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

The Timeless Honesty of Wild Style, the First Hip-Hop Movie
Charlie Ahearn and Fab 5 Freddy's documentary-like film became an international cult favorite in the early 1980s. It's just as fresh today.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

Martha Stewart: Republicans Buy Housewares Too
She will endorse her CBD gummies, though.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

The New York Philharmonic Wants You to Take a Walk in the Park
With Soundwalk, Ellen Reid's composition that changes according to your GPS location.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

BTS Light Up an Amusement Park for ‘Dynamite' Performance on AGT
Showing America's Got Talent what talent is.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

Barack Obama's Presidential Memoir, A Promised Land, Is Coming This November
The first of two volumes arrives just weeks after the election.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

Mickey Guyton Becomes First Black Woman to Perform Solo at ACMs
With her performance of "What Are You Gonna Tell Her?"

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

Star Trek: Lower Decks Recap: Dammit Jim, I'm an Ensign, Not a Captain!
Will Mariner be forced to reckon with the fact that she might not be all that she thinks she is? Probably not!

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

All the Live Events, Movie Releases, and Productions Affected by the Coronavirus
Who's next?

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

Griselda Records Is Just Getting Started
Conway the Machine on From King to a GOD and how he, Westside Gunn, and Benny the Butcher put upstate New York rap on the map.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

All the Winners From Night 3 of the Creative Arts Emmys
Congratulations to our newest Emmy Award winner, Baby Yoda.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

All the Winners From Night Three of the Creative Arts Emmys
Congratulations to Emmy award winner, Baby Yoda.

Vulture
Sep 17, 2020

Nicki Minaj Scores Win in Legal Battle with Tracy Chapman
To freedom!

Vulture
Sep 16, 2020

Taylor Swift Returns to Her Country Music Roots, Performs ‘betty' at the ACMs
It's her first performance at the Academy of Country Music Awards in 7 years.

Vulture
Sep 16, 2020

ABC Cancels StumpTown Due To COVID-19 Ahead of Season Two
The action drama was initially renewed for a second season earlier this year.

Vulture
Sep 16, 2020

This! Is! Ken Jennings's First Jeopardy! Category!
Watch the man at work.

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Sep 16, 2020

Showtime Renews Desus & Mero for Season 3
The late-night show's second season will wrap in October.

Vulture
Sep 16, 2020

Stanley Crouch, Influential Jazz Critic and Cultural Commentator, Dead at 74
He was an advocate for traditional jazz.

Vulture
Sep 16, 2020

The Story of New York Rap Can't Be Told Without New Jersey
"Sugar Hill Records is the reason why you still have hip-hop today."

Vulture
Sep 16, 2020

SNL Adds 3 New Cast Members Ahead of Season 46 Premiere
Anna Drezen has also been promoted to co-head writer.

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Sep 16, 2020

Jim Carrey to Play Joe Biden on SNL Season 46
Lorne Michaels revealed the news in an interview with Vulture.

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Sep 16, 2020

Live From New York Once Again
Lorne Michaels reveals everything about SNL's 46th season, including the show's new Biden.

Vulture
Sep 16, 2020

Drew Barrymore Talking About Snake Eggs Will Either Make or Ruin Your Day
It's Theater of the Absurd.

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Sep 16, 2020

Lorraine Bracco Is Going to Renovate a Sicilian Villa, Bellissimo!
If you've ever had a weirdly specific dream about watching Tony Soprano's therapist install plumbing, this is your chance, you little freak.

Vulture
Sep 16, 2020

Lorraine Bracco Is Going to Renovate a Sicilian Villa, Capeesh?
If you've ever had a weirdly specific dream about watching Tony Soprano's therapist install plumbing, this is your chance, you little freak.

Vulture
Sep 16, 2020

How a 25-Year-Old Film School Grad's Spec Script Became Ratched
Evan Romansky explains how his nurse Ratched origin story wound up in the Ryan Murphyverse and how it changed along the way.

Vulture
Sep 16, 2020

Imaginary Advice, Flash Forward, and 5 More Podcasts Worth Trying
Including one all about aliens.

Vulture
Sep 16, 2020

An Oral History of the Very First Episode of Yo! MTV Raps
On August 6, 1988, MTV finally, officially, embraced a genre that was born in New York.

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