As fall arrives and our hermitic nature begins to rear its head once again, there's no better way to spend your weekend than curled up in bed binging on your favorite show. With a plethora of shows streaming it's a real chore to figure out just what suits your mood. So to ease your struggle, we've rounded up some of our favorite classic shows for you to watch that will certainly never disappointâ€... Read More >

Kelly Cutrone is “Kind of Obsessed with Nipples”

TV | By. Avneet Takhar | September 19, 2014

So, the baddest fashion b*tch on the planet has launched her own television documentary series. And it’s really good. You already know KC as the founder of People’s Revolution and the sharp-talking mentor of Whitney Port when she was on The City. But this time round, she’s got the limelight to herself (and rightly so). Of the series so far, episode two is a big fave -- KC's close friend... Read More >

In honor of their new series Tim and Eric's Bedtime Stories, which premieres tonight at 12:15am on Adult Swim, I compiled my Top 5 Tim and Eric moments below. Enjoy. "Sweetberry Wine!" DR. STEVE BRULE (John C. Reilly) Absolut on Ice" A VODKA MOVIE (Zach Galifianakis) "Tayne" PAUL RUDD'S COMPUTER Read More >

"We're tired of trying to make people laugh with our humor. We want to make people cry." -Tim Heidecker Largely overlooked comic genie Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim once again team up for their signature, home-grown blend of deadpan, satire, and gross-out humor. Their new TV show, Bedtime Stories, featuring John C. Reilly, Zach Galifianakis, and Jason Schwartzman, premieres tonight at 12:15a... Read More >

Let’s talk about Chris Messina. In the last year, he as appeared in four films and had a run on HBO’s The Newsroom in addition to starring on The Mindy Project. The man is everywhere. But it has become increasingly evident that his best and, frankly sexiest, role yet has come from the mind of Mindy Kaling, as he plays the curmudgeonly but undeniably appealing OBGYN, Dr. Castellano. It’s diff... Read More >

It's not an easy task to truly crack David Letterman up. Usually that spot is saved for the likes of Teri Garr and Bonnie Hunt, but of course when Billy Eichner shows up to yell in your face / play a rousing game of "Celebrity Child or Kentucky Derby Winner?", laughter ensues and it's a delight to watch. Enjoy Billy's  appearance last night on the Late Show  for yourself below. http://youtu.b... Read More >

Chatting With Whit Stillman on ‘The Cosmopolitans’

TV | By. Hillary Weston | September 9, 2014

“Don’t get a rabbit,” Whit Stillman tells me when I applaud one of the many clever one-liners peppered about his new television pilot The Cosmopolitans. His rebuttal comes in reference to a joke about the universal writerly struggle of not being able to work when one is alone, but not being able to get anything done with others are present—and it's a sentiment that rings true for the di... Read More >

Our 10 Most Anticipated Fall TV Premieres

TV | By. Dane Mainella | September 9, 2014

As September begins to take hold of summer and we retreat into sweatpants, consume copious amounts of pie, listen to nothing but Cocteau Twins, and find ourselves wallowing in a general feeling of melancholy depression, there's no better time to shoot some tubular cathode rays into our eyeballs from the comfort of our own homes. Here's a list of the shows we're most excited to see this fall. ... Read More >

A new trailer for American Horror Story: Freak Show was released today, providing fans with an extended peek of the new series. Set in 1950s Florida and based on one of the last legitimate freakshows in history, Freak Show marks the fourth season of the soapy-camp horror tale from writer Ryan Murphy. Fans of the series are sure to be entertained by a bearded Kathy Bates and glorious per-us... Read More >

Lars Von Trier to Bring Arthouse to TV

Film | By. Dane Mainella | September 2, 2014

Four years before Lars Von Trier rocked the 1998 Cannes Film Festival with his Dogme 95 inspired The Idiots, he was a TV director. While his sepia-drenched hospital horror show The Kingdom only ran for two seasons, Von Trier has recently announced that he will be returning to television for a new series called The House That Jack Built. In a press conference held over the weekend for the relea... Read More >