Newswire: Battlestar Galactica will air en español on NBC Universo

The worlds of Battlestar Galactica have been revisited multiple times since the show’s original run ended in 1979—we’ve had multiple miniseries, a prequel, and one amazing weekly series. (That big-screen adaptation is still a ways off). Now Syfy is working with NBC Universo (formerly mun2) to translate the awesomeness of its 2004 reboot by airing the show in Spanish, beginning […]

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Newswire: Gwyneth Paltrow pays tribute to hip-hop with $1,695 handbags

It’s a problem that has long plagued the fashionable: How do you find a stylish way to tote the many cosmetics and accoutrements necessary to maintaining your lavish lifestyle, while also proclaiming that you’re into classic hip-hop? Stopgaps such as shoving your eyeliner and pashminas into the vinyl sleeve for Straight Outta Compton only result in a cumbersome mess, while […]

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Recap: Trevor Noah’s pre-TCA stand-up set shows that he just wants to be your teddy bear

Trevor Noah is essentially the Barack Obama of comedy. He’s stylish, charming, and statuesque, with an impossibly broad smile. He’s biracial and has strong African roots, enabling him to tackle the subject of race without being as frequently accused of racial animus. As the host-elect of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, he’s a fresh face hoping to turn his youth […]

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Great Job, Internet!: The last 3 years of Adult Swim-related FCC complaints are hilarious

Adult Swim’s crass humor, thinly veiled social commentary, and ridiculously popular shows may entertain viewers, but people who have the wherewithal to write letters to the FCC are not quite as pleased. Intrepid Redditor Trill-I-Am did the world a favor and requested the last three years of FCC complaints about the cable network. The 33 pages of reports have some […]

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Great Job, Internet!: Jon Arbuckle’s loneliness, set to They Might Be Giants’ “Dead”

Poor Jon Arbuckle. Without Garfield, he’s nothing but a sad and lonely man. The website Garfield Minus Garfield has made a point to remove panels of the cat from each cartoon strip, and reposts the results displaying Jon’s horrific existential angst and depression. But YouTuber Jeff Stormer has taken the whole sad affair to another dimension, compiling scenes from the […]

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Sponsored Post: Hannibal Buress gets yelled at by a shark in this Why? with Hannibal Buress clip from Comedy Central

In a segment entitled “Hannibal Interviews That Shark,” Hannibal Buress investigates the shark who attacked an Australian surfer on international television recently, and finds the creature to have an even more disagreeable attitude than you’d expect from a shark. Get More: Comedy Central,Funny Videos,Funny TV Shows Watch a new episode of Why? with Hannibal Buress every Wednesday at 10:30/9:30c on […]

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Newswire: Kenya Barris and Alex Barnow are co-writing the Shaft reboot, can you dig it?

44 years after the original Shaft‘s Richard Roundtree tossed jive-ass gangsters out of second-story windows, and 15 years after Samuel L. Jackson starred as his nephew in the 2000 film, the planned reboot is one step closer to bringing John Shaft back to the big screen. According to The Hollywod Reporter, Black-ish creator Kenya Barris and The Goldbergs executive producer […]

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Newswire: Cara Delevingne doesn’t have necessary oomph for Good Day Sacramento

Cara Delevingne has a lot of things going for her: A successful career as a model and actress. Roles in the young-adult novel adaptation Paper Towns and the upcoming Suicide Squad. Membership in Taylor Swift’s dark army of vengeance. But does she have the necessary “oomph” for Good Day Sacramento? Delevingne was put to that test in a recent interview […]

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