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Past articles by Tiffany:

‘The Power of the Dog,’ ‘CODA,’ ‘Dune’ and more: Our predictions for the 2022 Oscars

In this discussion, the Daily Dot culture staff talks about our favorite films of 2021 and who should win an Oscar. → Read More

Newsletter: Paris Hilton’s call to ‘rage in the metaverse’ at SXSW

In today's special edition of the 'Internet Insider' newsletter from the Daily Dot, we report from the ground at SXSW. → Read More

‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’ is sure to spark more Nicolas Cage memes

Nicolas Cage plays a fictional version of himself in this meta comedy that also stars Pedrol Pascal. The comedy premiered at SXSW. → Read More

The best TV shows and movies we streamed in 2021

From 'Barb & Star' to 'Yellowjackets,' here are our favorites from this year. → Read More

This week on the internet: Looking back at our first QAnon story

Also: A throwback post to celebrate our 10-year anniversary. → Read More

This week on the internet: Jessica Walter, David Dobrik, and the shrimp cereal saga

In this week's internet culture newsletter, Jessica Walter's death leads to meme tributes and the Cinnamon Toast Crunch guy's saga. → Read More

This week on the internet: What we watched in 2020

A roundup of our entertainment coverage this year, including 'Feels Good Man,' 'What We Do in the Shadows,' and more. → Read More

‘The Mandalorian’ just gave us a perfect Ahsoka Tano—and revealed Baby Yoda’s real name

We finally learn Baby Yoda's real name in the latest episode of 'The Mandalorian,' as well as a first look at Ahsoka Tano. → Read More

'Princess Switch 2' includes a cameo from 'A Christmas Prince' characters—it made fans' heads explode

In Netflix's sequel to the 'Princess Switch' film starring Vanessa Hudgens times 3, the characters from 'A Christmas Prince' appear. → Read More

This week in internet culture: Everyone’s hate-watching ‘Emily in Paris’

Netflix's 'Emily in Paris' series, starring Lily Collins, is taking the internet by storm. There's a bunch of memes and reactions. → Read More

Watch a skateboarding pumpkin man dump a pumpkin spice latte on his head

A Halloween take on the viral Fleetwood Mac TikTok. → Read More

In released White House photo, Trump writes on a blank paper with a sharpie

Released photos of Trump working at Water Reed appear to show the president writing his name with a sharpie on a blank paper. → Read More

Jim Carrey, as Biden, mutes Trump on SNL: 'Isn't that satisfying?'

The season premiere of Saturday Night Live (SNL) opened with a riff on Tuesday's painful first presidential debate. → Read More

What's New on Netflix in December 2020: Movies, Shows, and Originals

What's new on Netflix in December? 'Mank,' 'Bridgerton,' 'Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,' and 'Selena; The Series'. → Read More

Hulu’s ‘Normal People’ is the horny show that will get you through quarantine

Hulu’s ‘Normal People’ is a beautiful, and very horny, adaptation of Sally Rooney's 2018 novel. The 12-episode series streams on April 29. → Read More

The Best Quibi Shows, From 'Chrissy's Court' to 'Nikki Fre$h'

Quibi launches on April 6, 2020, and it will be offering four movies in bite-sized chapters, along with 20 unscripted shows and docs. Here's our reviews. → Read More

NASA has named its 2020 Mars rover

After 28,000 entries from students around the world, NASA has finally selected the name for its newest Mars rover, set to launch summer 2020. → Read More

‘Love Is Blind’ finale: Somehow, real love emerged from this dystopian setting

Netflix's surprise hit, 'Love is Blind,' dropped its finale on Feb. 27. Fans did a social media deep dive to find out who got married before it streamed. → Read More

Apple TV’s ‘Servant’ will make you scared of reborn dolls

'Servant,' the new Apple TV+ series executive produced by M. Night Shyamalan, is weird and creepy but lacking in a structured plot. → Read More

‘Pain and Glory’ sees Antonio Banderas in a different kind of role

In Pedro Almodóvar's 'Pain and Glory,' Antonio Banderas plays a Spanish filmmaker grappling with physical and creative pain in his middle age. → Read More