Behind the Scenes of Queer, Latina Remake of 'One Day at a Time'
Television writer Michelle Badillo discusses how her own experiences influenced her work on the new Netflix series.
Music Supervisor Brienne Rose on How to Choose the Perfect Music for TV
Brienne Rose is one of the hottest up-and-coming music supervisors in Hollywood today. We caught up with Rose to talk to her about the value of music in film and television, what bands excite her most right now, and how it feels to score an iconic TV...
I Spent a Weekend in Stars Hollow with Thousands of Obsessive Gilmore Girls Fans
Washington, Connecticut is known for being the inspiration for Stars Hollow, the idyllic town in which "Gilmore Girls" is set. I made a pilgrimage there—along with 1500 other people—to honor our impossibly chipper, coffee-swilling TV gods.
Have You Ever, Ever Felt Like This? The Oral History of 'Round The Twist'
We asked Paul Jennings why he made strange things happen.
How the Star of ‘Halloweentown’ Built an Etsy Halloween Empire
Child actress Kimberly J. Brown has used her most famous role to create a second career as a Halloween expert.
A Robot Expert Explains What Society Can Learn from ‘Westworld'
We ask a leading AI researcher if the HBO fantasy could ever happen in the future—and what it can teach us about the present day.
How a Humble Soap Opera Could Help Stop Female Genital Mutilation
FGM is widespread and well-known, but attempts to curb the practice have been largely ineffective. A novel new approach is looking to change that.
My Immortal: The Eternal Life of 'Friday Night Lights'
Despite being about high school football, "Friday Night Lights" somehow garnered a cult following across social spheres. On the tenth anniversary of the series, we explore FNL's obsessive fans and the emo universe of the Dillon Panthers.
Kim Zolciak Still Has No Patience for People Who Are Tardy for the Party
The star of "Don't Be Tardy," and former Real Housewife of Atlanta, opens up about her stroke, the demands of being a reality star and mother, and what it was like being the only white woman on "Real Housewives of Atlanta."
'The Pain Was So Deep': OITNB Star Diane Guerrero on Her Family's Deportation
In her new memoir, "In the Country We Love," actress Diane Guerrero depicts the impact of a family torn apart by US immigration policy.
‘Friends’ Lied: Why You Should Never Pee on a Jellyfish Sting
According to experts, there are two substances you should apply to a jellyfish sting. Human urine is not one of them.
The Woman Who Made Cannibalism Look Delicious
Artist Janice Poon was the lead food stylist on the cult-hit 'Hannibal'. Poon made even the most grisly murder look mouth-watering. Now she's taking her creativity to the kitchen with a new cook book for cannibals (sort of).
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