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Drew Grant


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Past articles by Drew:

Inside the first Amazon Style store

[Drew Grant is senior editor for dot.LA] Starting today, Glendale’s most meme-able outdoor mall, The Americana at Brand, will be home to the Amazon Style store — the e-commerce giant’s first foray… Read More → Read More

'Barry': Anthony Carrigan on NoHo Hank, TV's Sweetest Criminal

We chat with Anthony Carrigan, the breakout star of HBO's Barry about NoHo Hank, Season 2, violence, comedy, lonliness...and Jean-Claude Van Damme. → Read More

'How to Train Your Dragon 3': Jay Baruchel Talks Trilogy, Sexy New Cartoon Beard

The star of How to Train Your Dragon franchise talks about final installment of trilogy, upcoming projects and fans reaction to the new, grown-up Hiccup. → Read More

‘How to Train Your Dragon 3’ Writer/Director Dean DeBlois on the Adult Themes in the Trilogy

Writer/director Dean DeBlois on How to Train Your Dragon 3, loss and growth, the franchise's fandom and his own bittersweet goodbye to Hiccup and Toothless. → Read More

‘Miss Bala’s Ismael Cruz Cordova on Drugs, Guns and ‘Sesame Street’

Miss Bala's Ismael Cruz Cordova on what the worlds of Mexican border cartels and Jim Henson's favorite neighborhood have in common and how he researched playing a cartel leader. → Read More

‘Miss Bala’ Director Catherine Hardwicke on Cartel Warfare, Feminism and Our Obsession with Borders

Miss Bala Director Catherine Hardwicke discusses the importance of showing female agency in a story about beauty pageants and Mexican cartel warfare. → Read More

'Miss Bala': Gina Rodriguez on Being Girly With Guns

We spoke to star Gina Rodriguez about her role in Miss Bala, about what truly scared her more: Mexican cartels or beauty pageants. → Read More

‘Barry’ Is The ‘Breaking Bad’ Of The Los Angeles Acting Class Scene

To paraphrase Tad Friend, Barry Berkman is an invisible man becoming vivid, one terrible monologue at a time. → Read More

‘Jessica Jones’ Season 2, Episode 9 Recap: YOU’RE A Bad Plan!

Trish, much like the rest of us, HATES gluten talk. → Read More

‘Jessica Jones’ Season 2 Episode 8 Recap: “Grown Goddamn Women Don’t Wear Panties!”

There are so many things to love about this episode. → Read More

‘Jessica Jones’ Season 2 Episode 6 Recap: Mommy Fearest

Trish is downward spiraling into tabloid trainwreck territory. → Read More

‘Jessica Jones’ Season 2, Episode 4 Recap: That’s Not Me

Anyone else getting a little burned out by the trauma? → Read More

‘Jessica Jones’ Season 2, Episode 3 Recap: “You Have Often Needed Protection From Your Own Vagina”

It took three episodes, but now Jessica Jones Season 2 is cooking with gas! → Read More

We Have to Go Back to the Island: Rewatching ‘Lost,’ Season 1, Part 1

That's right….we're going back to review Lost in half-season chunks. This week we're going from Oceanic 815's crash all the way up to episode 11. → Read More

‘American Gods’ Finale Recap: Easter Sunday, 2.0

Drew: Well, that was the end of American Gods, and I gotta say: my main takeaway from this whole experience is that there is literally no better feeling in the world than being right about TV stuff. → Read More

‘American Gods’ Episode 7 Recap: Unlucky Charms

I kind of love Sweeney turning into the moral center of this war between iPhones and rosary beads. He’s not American OR a god, he’s just kind of getting tired of everyone being a dick. → Read More

‘American Gods’ Recap 1×6: Father, Son and a BUNCH of Other Gods Walk Into a Bar…

Okay, so for a moment with that opening scene, with the Mexican migrants and their lady coyote, I thought FOR SURE we were finally going to see the REALLY old God. → Read More

‘Twin Peaks: The Return’ Premiere Recap: The Nope Cube

In retrospect, the amount of secrecy regarding last night's Showtime premiere of Twin Peaks: The Return seems a little ridiculous. Unlike, say, your average Game of Thrones episode, two hours inside the mind of David Lynch doesn't lend itself to what you might consider a "spoiler-heavy" narrative. → Read More

‘American Gods’ Episode 4 Talk-Back: Take an Arm Off, Robbie

This episode is titled “Git Gone,” a reference to the most unpleasant suicide attempt humanly possible—hot-tub-assisted death by bug spray. → Read More

Never Seen ‘Twin Peaks?’ Start With ‘Fire Walk With Me’

Just trust me on this one. → Read More