The reality-TV juggernaut that vaulted a fame-hungry family to A-list status said goodbye Thursday night after 14 years. And it didn’t come a moment too soon.
Jordan Julian is a former entertainment intern for The Daily Beast. She recently graduated from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and was previously the senior editor of the University of Virginia chapter of Her Campus.
Reality-television’s first family spends the Season 20 premiere of their hit series complaining about COVID protocols—which they would soon flout in very public fashion.
The teen popstar takes us into her fascinating world in the new Apple TV+ documentary—one that serves as a companion piece of sorts to “Framing Britney Spears.”
“To All the Boys: Always and Forever,” the third (and final) installment in Lara Jean and Peter’s romantic trilogy, hits all the romcom notes for fans of the franchise.
The pop superstar’s new Netflix documentary is a fun concert film—but doesn’t provide much insight into the singer herself.
The new series, premiering Dec. 14, involves teen sex, drugs, ballet, and an unsolved crime. It’s like “Black Swan” meets “Pretty Little Liars”—minus the fun.
The latest cheesy low-budget Christmas film from the streaming giant sees Vanessa Hudgens play three characters. It does not bring Christmas cheer.
The 22-year-old Mississippi native also attended a meeting with the Trump administration on criminal justice reform.
The first week of the British dating reality show import boasts an exotic locale (the roof of a Las Vegas hotel) and a flagrant disregard for safety procedures. Game on?
When cultural-appropriation queen Kylie Jenner popped up in the music video for Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP,” people were not amused.