There’s enough drunken fights and petty drama to satiate even the most devoted ‘Real Housewives’ fans—along with a subtle examination of the effects of Trumpism.
Libby Torres is an entertainment reporter who studied comparative literature and creative writing at New York University. In the past, she's written for publications such as Bedford + Bowery and Gothamist. She enjoys writing about TV, pop culture, and entertainment news.
Featuring the grown children of high-profile drug traffickers like Griselda Blanco, ‘Cartel Crew’ provides a glimpse into the aftermath of growing up in the drug trade.
The all-female, LGBTQ-friendly rock group talks their latest album, Prehysteria, and what it means to be a queer woman in the music industry.
The season premiere of MTV’s ‘True Life/Now’ follows three people who will do anything to emulate the Kardashians’ looks and lavish lifestyle, from fillers to $10,000 butt lifts.
Renee Linnell opens up about her time spent in the University of Mysticism cult, which cost her hundreds of thousands of dollars, and how she’s finally been able to heal.
The latest episode of the crime drama centers on a young author who presents as female. Why, then, does a show used to handling such sensitive topics consistently misgender her?
This movie has everything: a fake European country struggling with economic hardship, conniving relatives, romance, and a fancy-as-hell royal wedding. Spoilers ahead.
The documentary ‘People’s Republic of Desire’ features popular Chinese livestreamers making thousands of dollars from their videos—and the shadowy figures funding them.
The new HBO doc ‘The Truth About Killer Robots,’ premiering Nov. 26, casts a critical eye on our increasing dependence on technology—and the ramifications, moral and otherwise.
White women masquerading as black women is Instagram’s newest craze. Is it calculated cultural appropriation, Rachel Dolezal-esque delusion, or both?