This week on RuPaul’s Drag Race, we meet the remaining 7 queens. Let’s really dig into Ru’s second big opening, shall we?
Is Romania playing with fire by sending Paula Seling and Ovi to the Eurovision Song Contest again?
A spinoff series about the adventures of the parliamentary manual is already in the works.
It’s the week of awesomely gross hookups in Music City. But one choice union makes it all worthwhile
Comedy Central’s new series Review attempts…something in poking fun at user-generated review culture.
As the song says: rainy days and tribals always get me down. On this week’s Survivor: Cagayan, the teams cope with a monsoon and a growing sense of paranoia within their respective tribes.
France follows their own drummer when it comes to Eurovision entries. Do they have the right beat this year?
Into the woods. But without the singing. And with a lot more stuff to make you give up on people – but in a good way!
This week’s new television features George Lopez, Cesar Milan, Shirley Temple, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and a cavalcade of stars. Here’s what else is on TV.
The United Kingdom has changed up its strategy for the Eurovision Song Contest by selecting the up-and-coming artist Molly and her song “Children of the Universe” written specifically for the Contest.