Grief is a theme that has casually been explored in TV shows in the past, but hasn’t really been the core tenet of shows—until now. And it’s for good reason, right? It’s grief. It’s messy, depressing, painful—it’s not necessarily what… Continue Reading →
God Friended Me centers on Miles, a self-proclaimed atheist who runs “The Millennial Prophet,” a podcast where he dissects religion, faith and the universe at large. One day, he receives a friend request from a user named God and after… Continue Reading →
Last night, the ladies of Showtime’s #SMILF held an Emmy’s For Your Consideration screening and panel at The Whitney Museum. There, Frankie Shaw, Rosie O’Donnell, Connie Britton, talked Season 1, feminism, and what it’s like being led by Shaw and her… Continue Reading →
NBC’s “so good it (emotionally) hurts” breakout hit #ThisIsUs had it’s season premiere last night and reminded us why we fell in love with the Pearsons in the first place. So, what happened on the long-awaited premiere? Let’s find out.
A lot’s been said about the series finale, and let’s face it, the series of #Girls. There’s been much debate about how accurate, or inaccurate, the series was about being a millennial woman.
We’re gathered here today to mourn the loss of William, and let’s be honest, the end of an incredibly written, beautifully acted episode of This Is Us, “Memphis.” It’s time to pay our respects.
In honor of the start of sixth and final season of Girls on Sunday, here are six lessons these complicated, selfish, sometimes completely relatable women, have taught us about navigating your 20s (with a little recapping of season 5 weaved in). You’re welcome.