Michelle Obama Wore Fenty Beauty & Pat McGrath On Inauguration Day

Even behind the safety of a face mask, Michelle Obama managed to look stunning at the 2021 Inauguration, capturing the attention and affection of attendees and, well, the entire Internet. As it turns out, Obama wore Fenty Beauty and Pat McGrath on Inauguration Day, aka two major Black-owned beauty brands (which paired perfectly with her … Continue reading Michelle Obama Wore Fenty Beauty & Pat McGrath On Inauguration Day

‘Schitt’s Creek’s Dan Levy Will Host ‘Saturday Night Live’ With Musical Guest Phoebe Bridgers

Residents of Schitt’s Creek, rejoice! Schitt’s Creek co-creator and actor Dan Levy is slated to host an episode of Saturday Night Live when the season returns on Jan. 30. The show’s Twitter account unveiled a list of the heavy hitters that will join the second half of Season 46 on Jan. 22. Levy, along with … Continue reading ‘Schitt’s Creek’s Dan Levy Will Host ‘Saturday Night Live’ With Musical Guest Phoebe Bridgers

Megan Thee Stallion Denies Tory Lanez Charges Were Dropped

Alongside a call to believe and protect Black women, Megan Thee Stallion shut down reports that she dropped charges against Tory Lanez. The Canadian rapper was charged last October for shooting the “WAP” artist in July in Los Angeles. Lanez pleaded not guilty to the felony assault charges in November. A court date, initially scheduled … Continue reading Megan Thee Stallion Denies Tory Lanez Charges Were Dropped

Reality Shows Like ‘Bling Empire’ To Watch After The Netflix Series

Centered around a group of ultra-rich Asian-American friends in Los Angeles, Netflix’s Bling Empire gives viewers a look into the glitz and glamour of their lives — and the intense drama that lies behind it. Social competition, relationship struggles, and family secrets all come into play throughout the inaugural season, so while the group’s extreme … Continue reading Reality Shows Like ‘Bling Empire’ To Watch After The Netflix Series

I Miss the James Cameron Movies of Old

“I’m Jim Cameron, and here’s the deal,” Oscar-winning filmmaker James Cameron says in the opening 10 minutes of Aliens of the Deep, a 2005 documentary about the ocean which he codirected. “I love this stuff: exploration. Real, honest-to-God deep ocean exploration. This is way more exciting than any made-up Hollywood special effects.” This Disney-produced documentary … Continue reading I Miss the James Cameron Movies of Old

The Delayed Movies of 2020, Ranked by Their Trailers

In Hollywood terms, the year 2020 will always be remembered as the year of lost movies. Sure, some movies did come out—but more than pivots to streaming, 2020 was defined by shifting release dates and postponements. Such strange, bad, and frankly unpredictable times have led to an era in which we know so much about … Continue reading The Delayed Movies of 2020, Ranked by Their Trailers

Late Night After Trump, the Ongoing Streaming Services Battle, and What Makes a Successful TV Show

Chris and Andy open up the mailbag to talk about what late-night TV and TV in general will look like now that Trump is gone (3:13), the ever-growing streaming landscape (24:59), what successful TV shows look like in 2021 (33:42), and the movie Promising Young Woman (43:43). Subscribe: Spotify / Apple Podcasts / Stitcher / … Continue reading Late Night After Trump, the Ongoing Streaming Services Battle, and What Makes a Successful TV Show

The End of Dumpuary? Ten Early 2021 Streaming Movie Recommendations

Historically, January is a dumpster fire for new movie releases, but this year holds a few surprising gems. Sean and Amanda recommend 10 new movies you can watch at home right now (1:00). Then, Sean is joined by Derek DelGaudio and Frank Oz, the performer and director behind the extraordinary stage show In & of … Continue reading The End of Dumpuary? Ten Early 2021 Streaming Movie Recommendations

The Invisible Wars of ‘Jujutsu Kaisen’

In the ultimately forgettable Kujira Daigo, a comic that first appeared in Weekly Shonen Magazine in 1968 and disappeared 11 issues later, a giant high schooler with an even bigger heart goes about the community helping the townspeople with his freakish strength. Shonen manga—comics aimed primarily at young men ages 12 to 18—have always centered … Continue reading The Invisible Wars of ‘Jujutsu Kaisen’