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Past articles by Shannon:

Waxahatchee On Finding Solace While Releasing An Album In A Pandemic

Like many touring musicians, Katie Crutchfield didn't fully grasp the reality of the coronavirus pandemic until mid-March, when she was forced to postpone her tour. “My touring income is how I really make a majority of my money,” the singer better… → Read More

Angela Kinsey & Jenna Fischer's New 'Office' Podcast Will Be Perfect For Your Next Rewatch Of The Series

It's not quite the Finer Things Club, but it's close. Angela Kinsey and Jenna Fischer are starting a new Office podcast that will make fans want to rewatch the show again. As if any of them needed an excuse. The real-life besties are launching a… → Read More

Why Nick & June's Relationship On 'Handmaid's Tale' Can Withstand That Major Reveal

Spoilers ahead for The Handmaid's Tale Season 3 Episode 6. Nick Blaine isn't exactly who he says he is, but those who watched the first season of The Handmaid's Tale already knew that. Still, it's shocking to watch June finally discover that Nick's… → Read More

June's Trip To Washington On 'The Handmaid's Tale' Is A Horrifying Look At Gilead's Future

Spoilers ahead for The Handmaid's Tale Season 3 Episode 6. June went to Washington, and now, things will never be the same. For a show full of shocking moments, the visit to Washington, D.C. in The Handmaid's Tale''s Episode 6 might be the most… → Read More

Beyoncé Sings "Can You Feel The Love Tonight" In This New 'Lion King' Trailer — VIDEO

Finally, Lion King fans are feeling the love. That's because a new Lion King teaser features Beyoncé singing "Can You Feel The Love Tonight" with Donald Glover. It's the the first time anyone's heard Queen (of the Jungle) Bey sing in the upcoming… → Read More

The Luke Perry 'Riverdale' Tribute Episode Will Honor A "Fallen Friend," According To Showrunner

Next season, fans will get the Luke Perry Riverdale tribute episode they've been waiting for. After Riverdale Season 3 ended without addressing Perry's death, creator and showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa has already teased that the Season 4… → Read More

Netflix's 'Tales Of The City' Is A Queer Fantasy Based In Reality, Says Showrunner Lauren Morelli

The San Francisco queer community may be losing its real estate, but in the world of Netflix's Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City, they still have 28 Barbary Lane. Though both the city of San Francisco and society's approach to queer culture have… → Read More

Dustin & Steve's 'Stranger Things' Friendship Will Play A Pivotal Role In Season 3, According To Gaten Matarazzo

Young friendships will be tested in Stranger Things Season 3, but don't worry, nothing's going to tear Dustin and Steve apart: Gaten Matarazzo says Dustin and Steve's friendship will play a crucial role in Season 3. Even better, the two best buds… → Read More

The New Fall 2019 TV Show Trailers Have Everything From Superheroes To A 'Riverdale' Spinoff

Summer isn't even officially here yet and we're already talking about fall. Specifically, the new fall 2019 TV shows that will air on networks like Fox, NBC, ABC, CBS, and The CW in just a few months. Yes, it's that magical time of year, upfront… → Read More

'Broad City' Writer & Director Lucia Aniello Wants To Give Women The Opportunities Amy Poehler Gave Her

In 2014, Lucia Aniello made her directorial debut on the pilot of her BFFs Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer's show Broad City. It was quite the feat, considering she'd "never directed a minute of television" in her life. But she had an important… → Read More

'PEN15' Stars Maya Erskine & Anna Konkle Are Overcoming Their Middle School Trauma By Reliving It

Maya Erskine is workshopping some of her signature poses in front of the camera. Her favorite right now: A gem that she calls the "taking a sh*t" pose. It involves pliéing and putting her hands on her hips. Meanwhile, her PEN15 co-star and… → Read More

Drake, Cardi B, & Childish Gambino Won Big, But That Doesn't Fix The Grammys' Fraught Relationship With Hip-Hop

This year's Grammys were filled with moments that hip-hop artists (and fans) can celebrate. Cardi B became the first solo female rapper to win Best Rap Album. Donald Glover (aka Childish Gambino) was the first hip-hop artist to win Song of the Year… → Read More

Serena Williams’ 2019 Super Bowl Ad Was Made By An All-Female Production Crew With A Powerful Message

"Women, the ball is in your court." That's the message behind Serena Williams' 2019 Super Bowl ad for Bumble, originally a dating app that put women in charge and is looking to branch out. For the five-year-old social network's first ever Super Bowl… → Read More

Who Will Play John Ambrose In The 'To All The Boys' Sequel? Twitter Thinks The Character Will Be Played By A New Actor

To all the fans who loved To All The Boys I've Loved Before: the sequel is officially official. But, as Lana Condor, a.k.a. Laura Jean Covey, hinted in the To All The Boys sequel announcement on Dec. 19, it might not include the same stars from… → Read More

Audrey Hepburn’s Life Is Being Turned Into A TV Show For The First Time, According To A New Report

For the first time ever, Audrey Hepburn's life is being turned into a TV show. And it's one that will be written by someone who knows her best, her son, Luca Dotti. And the show will delve into the story of how his mom became a Hollywood icon. On… → Read More

This 'Dawson's Creek' Cast Member Always Knew Katie Holmes' Crush On Tom Cruise Would Become More

The world may have been shocked by TomKat's whirlwind romance, but Dawson's Creek's Mary Beth Peil kind of always knew Katie Holmes would marry Tom Cruise. After all, Peil says, the actor formerly known as Joey Potter was never shy about her crush… → Read More

Didi Pickles From 'Rugrats' Was Way Ahead Of Her Time, According To Voice Actor Melanie Chartoff

Perhaps the clearest sign that you're getting old is when you rewatch a movie from your childhood and find yourself relating to the parents more than the kids. That's not necessarily a bad thing, though. When you watch The Rugrats Movie for its 20th… → Read More

Susie's Journey On 'The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina' Is An Honest Look At Being Non-Binary & That's Exactly What Lachlan Watson Wanted

Before taking the role of Susie Putnam on Netflix's Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina, Lachlan Watson had a conversation with creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa about the character's gender identity. In the original script, Sabrina's friend Susie… → Read More

Why 'Making A Murderer' Part 2 Will Make Armchair Detectives Happy, According To The Filmmakers

This might be hard for some Making A Murderer fans to hear, but filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos were never looking to solve the murder of Teresa Halbach. "We didn’t believe or intend that [Making A Murderer] would put viewers in a place… → Read More

Steve Carell Doesn't Want An 'Office' Reboot For A Reason So Good, Even Super Fans Might Agree

Michael Scott declares no more Office. Steve Carell doesn't think there should be an Office reboot because he's concerned the show's humor might not go over as well now as it once did. In an interview with Esquire, Carell said he thinks The Office… → Read More