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Golden Globes 2016: The 47 Biggest Snubs Leftovers, Kimmy Schmidt, black-ish, Heughan, Camil and More!

Out with the old and even the relatively new! That seemed to be the edict for the 2016 Golden Globes nominations which look mighty different than how they did a year ago. Take the Best Drama Series race, for example, where four out of five nominees from 2015 found themselves as overlooked as burlap turtlenecks

Liv Tyler Confirms Engagement to Socialite David Gardner

  Actress Liv Tyler confirmed in an Instagram post on Sunday that she is engaged to British sports agent and socialite David Gardner. "Crazy about my man!!!!! sweet sweet daddy , friend , fianc," she captioned the photo, which showcases her strategically-placed engagement ring. "Thank you !!!!!!   Read More...

The Leftovers Recap: The Meg Problem

  From my favorite episode to my least favorite, in just seven days. That was quick.   The girls aren't missing anymore. We know exactly where they are and we have a pretty good idea of how they got there. The cards are set to fall, and as with last season, I think they'll come down with a satisfying crash in next week's finale. All of this is good. This episode left me cold, though. In episode three we learned that Tom is a drunken, unhappy mess, and Meg is a terrifying zealot. Six weeks later, Tom is still a drunken, unhappy mess, and Meg is still a terrifying zealot. Last season, they were characters, but now, they're just a means to an end. The second season has tended to focus on one or two characters per episode, a strategy that has led to some incredibly strong television, but if we'd seen more of Tom and Meg along the way even a glimpse here and there it might feel a little less like they were pulled in from nowhere to make everything super awful. These two feel like a deus ex machina gone wrong; instead of swooping in to save everyone, they're swooping in to blow everything up (perhaps literally). Or Meg is, at least. I'm not sure Tom Garvey is the man to save us.   Read More...

Why Is Justin Theroux So Sweaty on The Leftovers?

  For nearly two whole seasons, there's been one question weighing on the minds of The Leftovers fans everywhere. No, it's not where those people who departed went or why the departure happened. This is bigger than that. This is what we in the biz call a game-changing mystery - life-changing even. ...   Read More...

Justin Theroux Goes Nude in the Weirdest Episode of The Leftovers Yet

The Leftovers had us hooked from the first scene on Sunday not just because Justin Theroux tumbled naked out of a bathtub.   Read More...

The Leftovers: Justin Theroux on His Character's Fate, the Series' Future and the Fight That Shut Down Production

"It was one of those deaths that was on point story-wise," says the actor. "It wasnt just some random killing for the sake of killing."   Read More...

The Leftovers: Damon Lindelof Explains Sunday's Bats$%t Crazy Hour

Roughly 15 minutes intoSundays The Leftovers, Virgil offered Kevin the following piece of advice about his guardian angel from hell Patti: Youve got to stop thinking in straight lines. Because she surely will not be. She thinks in spirals and helixes and zigzags and circles. The wise old man may as well have been referring []

Amy Brenneman Talks Leftovers Episode 9, Justin Theroux After Marriage and More

The cast of The Leftovers may not be allowed to spill on upcoming episodes, but ya gotta hear what Amy Brenneman said to me just last night. "When I read episode nine, I was like,...   Read More...

The Leftovers Shocker: Did They Just Kill Off [Spoiler]?!

Warning: The following story contains major spoilers from this weeks episode of The Leftovers. If you have yet to watch it, hit the nearest exit. Its going to be a hard day, buddy, Patti warns Kevin at the beginning of Sundays episode ofThe Leftovers. She wasnt fooling. By the end of the hour,Justin Therouxs tortured, []

Weekend Binge Guide: November 2015

Have the weekend free? Going out is overrated! Binge-watch one of these shows instead:   If you want to laugh:     Red Oaks See all reviews for Red Oaks I wasn’t alive for the ‘80s, but this show feels pretty on point to me. Country clubs, legwarmers, drugs, alcohol, Bar Mitzvahs, homemade sex tapes… that’s all the ‘80s was, right? The MVP here is definitely Craig Roberts, as David, who grounds the show amidst a wacky cast of characters. The “Freaky Friday” episode, during which he swaps bodies with his dad (Richard Kind), reveals the extent of Roberts’s range and was without a doubt my favorite episode. Red Oaks is a quick, fun binge — all ten episodes of season 1 can be streamed via Amazon Prime.   If you want to cry:     The Leftovers See all reviews for The Leftovers Based on the novel by Tom Perrotta, who also produced and co-created the show, The Leftovers takes a bleaker outlook than its source material. After two percent of the world’s population vanishes in a Rapture-like event, the remaining survivors are left to deal with the fallout. Make no mistake, this is not a triumph of misfits banding together in the face of hardship. Some attempt, and ultimately fail, to understand The Departure, while others seek to move on and build a new way of life for themselves. Each character struggles in their own unique way, their flaws made increasingly obvious as the show goes on, resulting in an exquisite slice of the human experience that is as painful to watch as it is beautiful.   If you want to scream:     How to Get Away With Murder See all reviews for  How to Get Away With Murder People are just getting murdered left and right on this show and apparently no one is safe this season. They don’t shy away from the gore either; I didn’t think it was possible, but it seems like the murders are actually getting more gruesome. What will really make you scream however, is the idea that lawyers carry on this way in real life. In her spare time between cases, Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) runs around framing people for murder, orchestrating an increasingly complicated web of coverups, and occasionally visiting clubs and flirting inappropriately with her law students. Not exactly who I’d want representing me, but it makes for amazing television. The first season is available on Netflix.   If you want to think:     Sense8 See all reviews for  Sense8 Sense8 follows eight people across the world who begin to experience a telepathic connection to each other and sci-fi meets spirituality as the lines between self are blurred. The link between the characters starts gradually but eventually they can share thoughts, emotions, skills, and even project themselves into each others’ bodies, resulting in more than a few amazing fight sequences. This show has it all: it is funny, suspenseful, sexy, and thought-provoking. It’s another quick binge, only twelve episodes; you can watch the Wachowskis’ most recent creation in its entirety on Netflix. p { text-align: justify; }