MTV has suspended production of Catfish, the world’s most depressing dating show, after host Nev Schulman—known for his woke elevator selfies and punching a woman in the face while he was a student at Sarah Lawrence—was accused of sexual misconduct.
¡Hola! As you may or may not be aware, the popular cartoon Dora the Explorer is being adapted into a live-action feature by Nickelodeon and casting is underway. But while a parent might have the patience to plop their kids in front of the TV for a couple hours of Dora at home, the idea that they will sit through a…
It is said that a kiss from a dementor is a sentence worse than death, the receiver becoming a “shell of a person” doomed to wander the mortal coil for the rest of its days—free from sadness, yes, but also barred from joy, from excitement, from contentment. Teach that shell of a person how to make bad spicy margaritas…
In what I’m sure will be the biggest news in women’s media on this sleepy April Thursday, Deadline is reporting that singer Halsey is developing a movie about her life with Sony. Wow!
Like with any age demographic, it’s hard to characterize teens with one blanket description. Some are smart and some are dumb. Some are polite and some gather in groups and heckle you (okay, me) on the subway. There are those, like the Parkland teenagers, who are informed and brave activists and then there are others…
The first 15 minutes of The Handmaid’s Tale, Season 2—the first episode to deviate completely from Margaret Atwood’s 1985 dystopian novel—is equal parts gripping and stomach turning. How will anyone—handmaids and viewers alike—survive this?
First Aid Kit, the folk duo composed of Johanna and Klara Söderberg, performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Thursday night and—oh my Lorde—can these two play a beautiful tune.
In our rare moments of downtime, the Jezebel staff—a collection of high-minded and creative writers and critics, definitely NOT a group of idiots—often finds itself debating fine art and culture, particularly the popular horror series, The Purge. Just like they did at the Algonquin Round Table, I imagine!
As we rush into our weekend, a much needed time of leisure, it’s easy to forget all the things that troubled us throughout the week. Typically, this is a good thing, but it’s still important to remember that just because you’ve slowed down doesn’t mean the world has. Wars continue to rage, the oceans are dying, and…
Earlier today, we received an email from a distressed reader who—feeling the encroachment of beach season—is desperate to find a new one-piece swimsuit and is having no luck. Let’s change that.
The full length trailer for Hulu’s second season of The Handmaid’s Tale is out and—while it may surprise you like the shock of an electric cow prodder—it is very dark and intense.
Disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein has sold his Greenwich Village townhouse—on the market since 2016—for $25.6 million to Cheget LLC., according to New York real estate blog, the Real Deal.
Welcome to Movies I Loved That Are Actually Bad, a maybe one-time column about movies we loved at certain points in our lives that we—upon maturing—now realize are terrible. This time, and maybe the last time: The Boondock Saints.
Early morning. Me wake up. Knock knock knock—the pee in my bladder.
Kristen Stewart has been cast in Against All Enemies, an upcoming thriller in which she’ll play Jean Seberg, an actor most known for her role in Jean-Luc Goddard’s Breathless, as well as (and more interestingly) her involvment with the Black Panther party (an affiliation that got her illegally investigated by the FBI).
Donya Fiorentino, ex wife of Gary Oldman, has spoken out after Oldman’s Best Actor win at the Academy Awards on Sunday, referencing her past abuse allegations against him and shaming the Academy for rewarding accused abusers.
After a lackluster ninth season, Real Housewives of New York is returning for its big tenth (TENTH!) and just like the skin around the cast members’ eyes and mouths, the ladies’ sanity and penchant for drama is being stretched past what you thought was humanly possible.
In October of 2017, director Quentin Tarantino spoke out about his longtime collaborator Harvey Weinstein and the mounting accusations of sexual assault against him, telling the New York Times, “I knew enough to do more than I did. There was more to it than just the normal rumors, the normal gossip. It wasn’t…