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Ghosted tempts fate by taking the focus off Craig Robinson and Adam Scott Ghosted tempts fate by taking the focus off Craig Robinson and Adam Scott

For most of “The Premonition,” I struggled with a feeling new to my Ghosted reviewing experience: The sense that I wasn’t getting enough Adam Scott or Craig Robinson, for once. Say what you like about the previous iteration of the series, but it was an ever-reliable vehicle for the chemistry between its two stars,…

Beyoncé and JAY-Z just dropped a new joint album, Everything Is Love Beyoncé and JAY-Z just dropped a new joint album, Everything Is Love

Building on years of rumors, hints, and a joint tour that kicked off earlier this month, Beyoncé and JAY-Z have just announced the surprise release of a joint album together, titled Everything Is Love. The album—the first full collaboration between the married couple, whose respective solo albums Lemonade and 4:44 …

AMC pulls Chris Hardwick's talk show, Comic-Con panels from its schedule AMC pulls Chris Hardwick's talk show, Comic-Con panels from its schedule

AMC has issued a statement today announcing that it’s removing several shows and events associated with podcast and talk show host Chris Hardwick—including the second-season debut of his talk show Talking With Chris Hardwick, which was set to air tomorrow night—from its schedule. The news comes in the wake of…

American Vandal's Emmy campaign keeps its eyes planted firmly on the dicks American Vandal's Emmy campaign keeps its eyes planted firmly on the dicks

Netflix’s American Vandal was one of the most refreshingly smart shows of the last year, a surprisingly emotional parody of our true crime obsessions, pitched through the lens of two teen documentarians investigating the case for, and against, a dopey high school prankster accused of committing a massive, expensive…

The Roseanne-free Roseanne revival creeps a little closer to existence The Roseanne-free Roseanne revival creeps a little closer to existence

Good news, fans of all the things about Roseanne that weren’t, well, Roseanne: ABC has moved ever so slightly closer to separating the racist-tweeting goose from the golden egg she laid, as THR reports that the network has apparently scored a tentative (and unofficial) agreement from Roseanne Barr to waive all future…

Chris Hardwick responds to Chloe Dykstra’s account with denials of abusive behavior Chris Hardwick responds to Chloe Dykstra’s account with denials of abusive behavior

Late last night, actress and well-known cosplayer Chloe Dykstra posted a first-person account on Medium, detailing a period of her life in which she was engaged in an emotionally and sexually abusive relationship with an unnamed man—albeit an unnamed man who many people have been comfortable identifying as her…

R.I.P. bluesman and Blues Brothers bandmate Matt "Guitar" Murphy R.I.P. bluesman and Blues Brothers bandmate Matt "Guitar" Murphy

Matt “Guitar” Murphy, a well-respected and influential blues guitarist best known to cinematic audiences for his long association with Dan Aykroyd and The Blues Brothers, has died. According to Deadline, Murphy—who appeared in both Blues Brothers films, and who spent decades honing his craft alongside legends like…

Call Me By Your Name soundtrack to be released on extra-fuckable peach-scented vinyl Call Me By Your Name soundtrack to be released on extra-fuckable peach-scented vinyl

Good news for fans of Luca Guadagnino’s heartbreakingly lovely 2017 coming-of-age feature, Call Me By Your Name—or maybe just record enthusiasts looking to rekindle their burgeoning sexual feelings for their own collections: Pitchfork reports that the film’s soundtrack, featuring two original songs from gentle folk…

Here's what's coming to Amazon Prime in July Here's what's coming to Amazon Prime in July

We’re moving into the hottest, nastiest parts of the summer soon, and with them, a rising urge in our desires to hide in our dark rooms and just let the TV do all the tricky thinking. Luckily, Amazon released its upcoming updates to its library of streaming content on its Prime subscription service today, allowing us…

Justin Roiland promises no more massive "chasms" between seasons of Rick And Morty Justin Roiland promises no more massive "chasms" between seasons of Rick And Morty

Recognizing that he’s managed to draw the mostly positive—if still worryingly fervent—passion and attention of a fanbase that doesn’t do super well with delayed gratification, Justin Roiland has decided to make it very clear that there won’t be any more big gaps between seasons of his …

John Travolta snags the third 0-percent Rotten Tomatoes score of his career, for Gotti John Travolta snags the third 0-percent Rotten Tomatoes score of his career, for Gotti

Cementing his place as the undisputed anti-Paddington 2 of his film-making generation, John Travolta has just passed yet another cinematic milestone, scoring his third zero-percent, certified “Rotten” score on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. Travolta pulled down the auspicious Triple Splat for his much-delayed…

Netflix drags Lucifer back out of cancellation hell Netflix drags Lucifer back out of cancellation hell

Performing a minor miracle of television redemption, Netflix announced today that it’s saving Lucifer’s soul—or, at least, its chance for a fourth season on TV. Variety reports that the streaming service has resurrected the Tom Ellis-starring Vertigo adaptation for another year, after Fox unceremoniously dumped it…

Here's a massive supercut of Weird Al covering everyone from Bowie to They Might Be Giants Here's a massive supercut of Weird Al covering everyone from Bowie to They Might Be Giants

“Weird Al” Yankovic is a gifted musical mimic, capable of copying the styles of just about anybody his tastes latch upon. Normally, Al devotes those talents to the world of parody, but every now and then, apparently, he finds himself gripped by the urge to actually get the words right. And where better to let those…

Sorry, Unfriended: Benedict CumberGrinch is the creepiest thing in today's trailer happy hour Sorry, Unfriended: Benedict CumberGrinch is the creepiest thing in today's trailer happy hour

Welcome back to Trailer Happy Hour, where life—by which we mean promotional videos released by film and television studios in order to promote their upcoming projects—finds a way. Today we’ve got men brainwashing wolves, dads pitching CNN shows for their daughters, and the natural consequences of playing Card Against…

Another set of showrunners have now ditched out on Star Trek: Discovery Another set of showrunners have now ditched out on Star Trek: Discovery

Poor ol’ Star Trek: Discovery: Despite moderately positive critical response to its first season, the CBS All Access series just can’t seem to get its production parents to stick around, with Variety reporting that showrunners Aaron Harberts and Gretchen J. Berg are now departing the series in the midst of filming for…

Ugh, don't ask Amy Poehler about comedy when the world sucks this fucking much Ugh, don't ask Amy Poehler about comedy when the world sucks this fucking much

You don’t need us to tell you that the world is grim out there at the moment, full as it is of racism, xenophobia, violence, misogyny, and more. Frequently, we look to our various comedians to lighten the burden for a minute, but what are they supposed to do when the cheerfulness supply runs low, huh?

Nation's 2 p.m. couch occupiers forced to contemplate a grim, Jerry Springer-less future Nation's 2 p.m. couch occupiers forced to contemplate a grim, Jerry Springer-less future

One of the shining lights in the cosmic pantheon of mid-afternoon trash TV has suddenly found itself in danger of extinction, as THR reports that Jerry Springer might be shutting down after 27 years on the air. The seemingly endless syndicated sideshow—hosted with detached irony by the country musician, actor, and…

Showtime orders a Wall Street collapse comedy from Don Cheadle and Happy Endings' David Caspe Showtime orders a Wall Street collapse comedy from Don Cheadle and Happy Endings' David Caspe

Don Cheadle is headed back to Showtime for another dip into the comedic world of financial chicanery, with Variety reporting that the House Of Lies (Pies) star has signed on for a new series about an infamous Wall Street crash. Specifically, Cheadle will star alongside Andrew Rannells and Regina Hall in the network’s…

Museum housing Kurt Cobain's friend's old couch burns down Museum housing Kurt Cobain's friend's old couch burns down

Because not even the tiniest, most minute part of Kurt Cobain’s legacy can go untarnished for long, NPR reports that a museum in the Nirvana star’s hometown, which included an exhibit devoted to him, has been hit by a fire. It’s not entirely clear how much damage the Aberdeen Museum Of History suffered, but it…

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