Netflix’s latest wellness docuseries is a little better than Gwyneth Paltrow’s “Goop Lab”—but it also provides a platform to conspiracy theorists.
To call the first season of Ryan Murphy’s Netflix series uneven or messy would be generous. But heroically led by Midler and Judith Light, Season Two is way more fun.
While so many are dead and suffering, cloistered celebrities have spent the pandemic posting away on Instagram, exposing its classist rot.
Like the love child of Timothy Leary and Gwyneth Paltrow, Jackee Stang intends The Delic to be “the world’s first psychedelic wellness corporation,” shaking up a trippy boys’ club.
Kelly Brogan, a Goop contributor and associate of Goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow, has been posting videos to her large online following claiming the coronavirus likely doesn’t exist.
In a 2017 email, Bob Weinstein told his disgraced brother he was a sexual predator who belonged in “hell” and deserved “a lifetime achievement award for the sheer savagery.”
Yes, Bernie Sanders is leading the race for Hollywood’s heart—but there are some interesting names on others’ rosters.