YouTube user John Hatfield has upped the ante on last year’s viral video of 500 Simpons episodes playing at once by extending the video from one to ten minutes and moving it to 360-degree format. The Verge is calling this the “Simpsons Torture Sphere,” but…eh?
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As a girl, Megan Hine’s family, led by her geologist father, spent holidays climbing, hiking, and exploring the forests of their homeland in the UK. Hine spent a year before college as a raft guide in New Zealand, got her degree in outdoor education, and has been working as a stunt tester for survival shows… READ MORE »
If someone comes to you and tells you that 1) they have a time machine closet in their restaurant and 2) it’s now your job to go back in time and prevent the Kennedy assassination because they’re dying of cancer, would you do it?
James Franco would! As Jake Epping, freshly divorced high… READ MORE »
Eeasily the best thing that I’ve seen on television by far in 2015. READ MORE »
Tina Fey is quitting the Internet. As the former 30 Rock actress, who is currently co-starring in the movie Sisters with frequent collaborator Amy Poehler, explained in an interview with Net-A-Porter, she doesn’t believe online outrage is productive. “We did an Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt episode and the Internet was in a… READ MORE »
Musical theater is having a moment. Following NBC’s successful broadcast of The Sound of Music Live! in 2013—which pulled in a massive 18.6 million viewers—networks have been scrambling to get their own productions off the ground. In addition to the recently announced Grease musical, starring Dancing With the Stars’ Julianne Hough, Tyler Perry is planning… READ MORE »
To all the zombie lovers out there (I am one of them – big time) there is good news! AMC’s The Walking Dead was renewed for a 7th season after a staggering 18.2 million viewers tuned in to watch last Sunday’s epic episode (I won’t spoil).
In addition, the network’s talk show that… READ MORE »
If you haven’t watched it by now, then I don’t know what to tell you. Spoilers, do not proceeeed. READ MORE »
Sad news for “Annie Hall” fans, good news for Ina Garten stans without cable. READ MORE »
The song “Happy Birthday to You,” long avoided with creative alternatives by filmmakers and restaurant employees alike, is now open for public use. Music publishing giant Warner Chappell has held for decades that they own the rights to maybe the most commonly-sung song in America, after buying Birch Tree Group, which had previously… READ MORE »
“Key and Peele,” the sketch comedy show from Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key, comes to an end tonight, after five seasons. To end the show was their choice. It wasn’t forced off the air due to bad ratings or pulled for any reason. In a July interview with The Wrap, Key said, “It was just… READ MORE »
…Because TV is so inclusive it’s not necessary! READ MORE »
“Doctor Who” seems to tell its female fans, Don’t forget your place: Always a companion, never a Doctor. READ MORE »
Are you sitting down? It might be in your best interest to park it because we’re about to bomb you with some news that would completely change one of the most popular television shows of all time. Ok, here goes: Monica and Chandler were never supposed to get married on Friends. I know. I know. READ MORE »
We are in the throes of the first long weekend of the summer, so your dance card is most likely full of barbecues and picnics, but if you’re using this time to recharge and eschew the warm embrace of humanity for the equally sweet embrace of your own private solitude, here are three things you… READ MORE »
“Glee” had to die for this to live, but aren’t you happy? READ MORE »