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Shannon Melero Shannon Melero Jan 07, 2020. 19 comments

Prove Your Manhood with an Open Floor Plan

Prove Your Manhood with an Open Floor Plan

Every home on HGTV from the coastal finds on Beach Front Bargain Hunt to the tiny craftsman styles featured on Home Town seem to have one thing in common, and it’s not that they’re all using quartz countertops. It is the open floor plan that has come ubiquitous with HGTV’s brand of functional design. The average viewer would think that the open floor plan is a product straight from the heart...

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Shannon Melero Shannon Melero Dec 28, 2019. 8 comments

New Year, New Mission: Impossible

New Year, New Mission: Impossible
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It’s the final Friday of 2019! The new year brings with it so many possibilities for personal growth, political change, and, most importantly, the release of a Disney sanctioned Baby Yoda doll that the entire Jezebel staff will be in a race to own. The...

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Shannon Melero Shannon Melero Dec 14, 2019. 2 comments

Amazon Pays $25 Million for More Rihanna Content That Is Not a New Album

Amazon Pays $25 Million for More Rihanna Content That Is Not a New Album
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In the not so distant past, Quibi sounded like a premium topping that could be ordered on the Sweetgreen secret menu, but now with a lineup that includes stars like Keke Palmer, Andy Cohen, and Gabrielle Union, Quibi is poised to be the next big name...

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Shannon Melero Shannon Melero Nov 23, 2019. 2 comments

Quibi Is Killing Zac Efron

Quibi Is Killing Zac Efron
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It’s the week before Thanksgiving which means it is basically Christmas time! FX is more than prepared with their new gloomy retelling of A Christmas Carol. The Vikings are sort of coming back, Zac Efron is trying to survive, and two soccer stars are...

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Nov 18, 2019. 10 comments

New CBS Sexual Harassment Infrastructure Seems to be Working Just as Poorly as Previous Policy

New CBS Sexual Harassment Infrastructure Seems to be Working Just as Poorly as Previous Policy

Two women quit the CBS sitcom “Carol’s Second Act” after, they allege, the network’s new sexual harassment policy failed them after David Hunt (show star Patricia Heaton’s husband), was accused of inappropriately touching a staff writer on and off set.

Writer Broti Gupta, 25, made a formal complaint against Hunt, who is an executive producer on the show, in early September, alleging Hunt...

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Clover Hope Clover Hope Nov 16, 2019. 12 comments

Clive Owen As Bill Clinton? Okay!

Clive Owen As Bill Clinton? Okay!
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Remember when something wild would happen in entertainment and we’d turn on The Soup every week to see which comedians would say the rudest thing? But then Twitter came along and everyone now does that every second of the day? Well, that show is coming...

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Joan Summers Joan Summers Nov 14, 2019. 15 comments

Jezebel Inquires: Mommy Blog Drama! Kardashians in Khaos! Jane Fonda's Stylish New Prison Handcuffs!

Jezebel Inquires: Mommy Blog Drama! Kardashians in Khaos! Jane Fonda's Stylish New Prison Handcuffs!

Welcome to Jezebel Inquires, a very serious tabloid about very serious things, like how Jane Fonda made prison handcuffs the hot fall trend, and what exactly Tori Spelling stuck in that Target shopping cart.

Let’s get gossiping!

Hot Gossip:

The most egregious story this week comes from Life & Style, who rudely calls hibachi grill burn victim Tori Spelling’s Target shopping excursion a “reality...

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Joan Summers Joan Summers Nov 12, 2019. 6 comments

Why Are The Real Housewives of Potomac Stars Monique and Candiace Physically Fighting?

Why Are The Real Housewives of Potomac Stars Monique and Candiace Physically Fighting?

The many offspring of the Real Housewives franchise fight constantly and about everything: cheating allegations, canceled dinner reservations, children’s birthday party snubs, hotel room accommodations. But it isn’t often that their battle of wills evolves into physical blows, like whatever happened between Real Housewives of Potomac co-stars Monique Samuels and Candiace Dillard while filming...

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Megan Reynolds Megan Reynolds Nov 09, 2019. 8 comments

It's Okay to Feel Good About Amazon's A League Of Their Own TV Series

It's Okay to Feel Good About Amazon's A League Of Their Own TV Series
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Christmas is almost here, the Little Mermaid was live-ish, and elsewhere, out in the ether of Hollywood, our brother from another Quibi is still producing television programs, though we have yet to figure out how to watch. Kate McKinnon is playing a...

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Joan Summers Joan Summers Nov 08, 2019. 8 comments

Look at All These Hot, Botoxed Crybabies in the Vanderpump Rules Season 8 Trailer

Look at All These Hot, Botoxed Crybabies in the Vanderpump Rules Season 8 Trailer

In the opening moments of the just-released trailer for the next Vanderpump Rules trailer, occasional trumpet player and hair gel enthusiast Tom Sandoval asks the age-old question: “Do you even fucking know me, dude?” While directed at his once best friend and bunkmate and frequent cheating partner Jax Taylor, the question also sets up a rather dramatic prologue to the season. Friendships are...

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Clover Hope Clover Hope Nov 02, 2019. 8 comments

Anna Chlumsky Will Play a Hungry Journalist in Shonda Rhimes's Show About Grifter Anna Delvey

Anna Chlumsky Will Play a Hungry Journalist in Shonda Rhimes's Show About Grifter Anna Delvey
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It’s been Halloween for two whole weeks now, and everyone is okay with that because everything is scary, including scammers. This week in Hollywood, Shonda Rhimes set the cast for her Netflix series about Notorious S.C.A.M.M.E.R Anna Delvey, there’s a...

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Megan Reynolds Megan Reynolds Oct 26, 2019. 3 comments

Oh, So They Are Doing a Hocus Pocus Sequel?!

Oh, So They Are Doing a Hocus Pocus Sequel?!
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A Hocus Pocus sequel is coming to a streaming platform near you, because humanity has been very bad and therefore must be punished. Jessica Chastain is doing theater in London. RuPaul’s Drag Race will continue to air in some iteration on VH1, probably...

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Megan Reynolds Megan Reynolds Oct 12, 2019. 8 comments

Jane Campion Is Making Benedict Cumberbatch Play American, But Kirsten Dunst Will Be There, Too

Jane Campion Is Making Benedict Cumberbatch Play American, But Kirsten Dunst Will Be There, Too
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Great news for Cumberbitches, for he is playing a man from Montana in a brand new Jane Campion movie and somehow, Drew Barrymore is pivoting to daytime talk show host. Okay! Onward, ho.

Kirsten Dunst, a woman whose career I feel very invested in, is...

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Ashley Reese Ashley Reese Oct 01, 2019. 20 comments

I Could Never Watch TV With Pete Buttigieg

I Could Never Watch TV With Pete Buttigieg

Pete Buttigieg, the Rory Gilmore of the Democratic primary, seems like a nice enough guy with middling liberal politics. He also, I have recently learned, has questionable taste in television that would drive me absolutely nuts if I ever had to share a remote with him.

In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Buttigieg gave us a taste of what he considers good television, and I’m very...

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Megan Reynolds Megan Reynolds Sep 28, 2019. 8 comments

They're Making Jonah Hill Play the Riddler in The Batman

They're Making Jonah Hill Play the Riddler in The Batman

Welcome to Jezebel’s new Friday column for the latest film and TV development news of the week. Fall television has begun in earnest, which should make your life easier. The Good Place is back! Kal Penn is on a TV show called Sunnyside that seems okay! Also, The Masked Singer  returned to terrorize everyone, and oh my god, Jonah Hill is going to be in a Batman movie? Many other famous people...

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Maria Sherman Maria Sherman Aug 29, 2019. 2 comments

13 Reasons Why Bungles Its Abortion Subplot, Among Other Things

13 Reasons Why Bungles Its Abortion Subplot, Among Other Things

Thinking it would be different this time was my first mistake. Sitting through nearly 13 hours of a television show that has consistently disappointed me was the second.

I decided to give 13 Reasons Why another shot after two divisive seasons—a debut replete with gratuitous gore surrounding beautiful dead girl Hannah Baker, who dies by suicide after leaving a personalized cassette for 13...

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Megan Reynolds Megan Reynolds Aug 23, 2019. 14 comments

Now That Baskets Is Over... What Was Baskets?

Now That Baskets Is Over... What Was Baskets?

Baskets, an FX show that ended Thursday night, is a program that, like many in the overcrowded prestige television space , I know only in passing. The ads for the most recent season—its final one—briefly plagued the subway station by my workplace: a melancholy Zach Galifianakis in clown makeup, gazing softly into the middle distance in a way that is meant to convey seriousness. I have never...

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Emily Alford Emily Alford Jul 08, 2019. 15 comments

Nancy Grace Is Going to Fix Injustice

Nancy Grace Is Going to Fix Injustice

Murder TV just got baselessly outraged again! It’s been three long years since Nancy Grace regularly blessed our televisions with her crime yelling, but now she’s back. And this time, she’s going to fix our broken legal system once and for all.

Grace’s new Oxygen series is called Injustice, and unlike the standard true crime show, which typically traces a murder from the time investigators...

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Ashley Reese Ashley Reese Jun 06, 2019. 20 comments

The Only Thing Everyone Can Agree on Is That Chernobyl (The Series) Ruled

The Only Thing Everyone Can Agree on Is That Chernobyl (The Series) Ruled

The world may be more divided than ever before—on political ideology, prospective NBA champions, Billie Eilish—but there’s one thing everyone can agree on: HBO’s miniseries Chernobyl was incredibly good. Fantastic, even. Variety reports that the critically acclaimed dramatization of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster is IMDb’s top-rated television series of all time.

Chernobyl currently...

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Ashley Reese Ashley Reese May 30, 2019. 7 comments

All That Is Coming Back, But Can't Possibly Live Up to the Original

All That Is Coming Back, But Can't Possibly Live Up to the Original

Nineties nostalgia isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. A reboot of the classic sketch-comedy series All That is on the horizon, and Nickelodeon has unveiled the new cast.

Deadline reports that the series will air in June and stars a crop of young actors aged 12- to 15-years-old: Ryan Alessi, Reece Caddell, Kate Godfrey, Gabrielle Green, Nathan Janak, Lex Lumpkin, and Chinguun Sergelen.

Here’s...

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