Here's a complete rundown of every "Power Rangers" series in the franchise's 25-year history, from a superfan and someone who vaguely remembers yelling "Triceratops" as a kid.
After Trump's budget called for ending public arts funding and hiking military spending, Cold War-era episodes about stripping public arts funding went live on YouTube.
Logo's crown jewel is on the move and that's major for the LGBTQ community.
We don't just live in the Golden Age of TV. We live in the Golden Age of TV titles.
"The Handmaid's Tale" premieres April 26th on Hulu.
Next time you're applying for a new gig, just pull a Josh Gad and hide from your interviewer until the last second, then jump out and sing through the entire "Beauty and the Beast" soundtrack.
These guys have great chemistry. Do we see a tag team match in their future?
This pajama boy Dr. Sebastian L. v. Gorka seems like a troubling guy. Oh well. At least Samanthe Bee's sweater game is strong.
The most daring auteur in Hollywood talks to GQ about revisiting the one place that seemed off-limits.
Dennis, Dee, Frank, Mac and Charlie may seem like morally reprehensible sociopaths, but they're also, in spite of it all, pretty likable. Modern philosophy might explain why.
This brilliant spot is the advertising equivalent of a Domino's pizza. It's very cheesy and a little stiff, but also reminds us of the old days and makes us feel warm inside.
"MST3K" comes to Netflix April 14th.
Yeah, crocodiles are scary. But so is falling in love. And Australian teen Lee De Paauw is afraid of neither.
You should probably never drink a Flaming Homer or Skittlebrau as they're depicted on the show, but this video suggests some alternative recipes in the same spirit.
Without the speech underneath, this would be indistinguishable from a work of experimental jazz.
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The episodes will be hosted by Jimmy Fallon on April 15, followed by Chris Pine on May 6, Melissa McCarthy on May 13, and Dwayne Johnson for the season-ender on May 20.
When half a million people show up to a protest, you'd expect a good chunk of them to show up to vote in a mayoral election. Well, you'd be wrong, and Samantha Bee is pissed off about it.
Feeling down on yourself? Love NWA? Well, Jimmy Fallon has a little something he thinks is going to make you feel a whole lot better.
As she continues to add to a legendary career, it's nice to just listen to Jessica Lange talk sometimes.
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