Don't have the time to rewatch all 5 seasons of "Breaking Bad" for it's tenth anniversary? That's ok, you can celebrate with mini Walt and mini Jesse here.
Breaking down the stereotypes of Muslim men in the UK, a distorted vision of Hollywood, and how one family prepared for nuclear war in 1954.
It's been a very strange year, and you're probably trying to make sense of it. To help, here are six of the sharpest essays we've read on Trump's first 365 days in office.
Episodic anthology shows haven't always held a special place on TV, but the success of "Black Mirror" could bring about a boom for the form not seen since "The Twilight Zone." Let Fan Service tell you how that came to be.
The story has brought to light a rift in our society's differing definitions of consent. Here's what you should read to make sense of it all.
The action flick's trailer caused a major stir online, but the studio is refusing to screen the movie for critics and promo has been seriously lacking. Taraji deserves far better.
Franco is accused of removing plastic vagina guards during sex scenes among other things.
Before women got the right to vote, they learned jiu-jitsu and boxing to defend themselves on the streets.
Are the dots oscillating up and down or back and forth? Are they rotating clockwise or counter clockwise? Are they even moving at all? Someone please help us.
More and more mega-celebrities are turning to vlogging.
Waste removal is one of the most dangerous jobs in the country. On the darkened streets of New York City, it's a race for survival.
In case you can't make it out over the crying and screaming, she won $11.
Maybe it's due to a momentary lapse in concentration, maybe you've succumbed to a dare or maybe you're just bored out of your mind — but what would happen if you just went and jabbed a nice, juicy chili pepper into your eye?
The richest people on earth became $1 trillion richer in 2017, more than four times last year’s gain, as stock markets shrugged off economic, social and political divisions to reach record highs.
In a new survey, about a third of men said they had done something at work within the past year that would qualify as objectionable behavior or sexual harassment.
A running list of all the influential people that have had new accusations of sexual misconduct since O'Reilly earlier this year.
Golly, what year. Glad that's over. Now let's relive it.
Thirty years after the creation of the Bechdel-Wallace Test, we're not exactly sitting on a superior answer for measuring the movie industry's gender imbalance.
What's the best way to get started with TV's favorite time traveler? Let Fan Service give you a hand.
We don't even know how this is possible.