What’s your enneagram type? Hannah Paasch wants to help you figure that out and so much more.
All hell breaks loose in the season finale of Legends of Tomorrow. Also Sara wears a Supergirl costume.
“I love classical tailoring but I worry that maybe it comes across as a bit stuffy and boring? I want to convince myself, and ideally other people, that I’m hot and I’ve got a lot to offer.”
Booksmart honors, skewers, and completely transcends every genre it’s a part of.
The Superfriends enter their final battle with the big bads of the season, and also Alex and Kelly finally talk about their intensity.
Stuff those dirty ’shrooms in your face, poke her in the front and liquor in the rear and then brace yourself because Jenny’s still got her same pair of tights on.
Plus updates on: The Flash, Gentleman Jack, Station 19, Charmed, Jane the Virgin, Grey’s Anatomy, and The Good Fight!
The film opens in sneak peeks around the country today and in wide release next Friday.
Everybody laughed harder than they have ever laughed at anything written in the early-mid 19th century ever before. This is ’cause Anne Lister wrote some very unique erotica and had a lot of relatable if dramatic lesbian feelings — e.g., dealing with the agony of dating a girl whose husband isn’t dead yet — and also because our performers were brilliant and talented and hilarious.
What a time to be a working actor in Vancouver!
The second season of Fleabag has a reasonable premise: The only romantic rival worthy of Phoebe Waller-Bridge is God.
All your favorite returning queer shows, a few new ones to look out for, and finally a full Batwoman trailer.
Don’t you hate when you’re a teen and your teen friend’s murderous mother traps you in a dining room underneath her maple farmhouse to tell you all about her diabolical plan to destroy your hometown and accuses you of terrible sins that you must pay penance for in the form of an overnight game of life-or-death challenges in the woods?
Samira Wiley is ready for swimsuit season, Jasika Nicole is ready for Slayer season, and Ali Krieger and Ashlyn Harris are ready for their close-up.
When a boy rat and a boy aardvark love each other, they get married on public broadcast television
Plan a whole future together, as dearest friends. Why not? You’ve nearly kissed, once! You’ve spent a handful of hours together! It’s time to book passage on a ship!
“I’m on six beta blockers and a large iced coffee. I have no idea what I’m here for.”
In this trying episode, Ava and Sara try to keep Gary’s wishing at bay, Nora tries to save Mona, and Charlie and Zari try to stop Neron.
Alex and Supergirl work together to stop the Red Daughter, and Lena goes to an unlikely candidate for help as things tick down to the final battle.
If you’re in the market a whey protein smoothie, you’re in luck! That’s what you’re getting on this week’s “To L and Back.”