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Phoebe Dynevor Reveals What It's Really Like Watching Bridgerton With Her Family

What's it like for Phoebe Dynevor to watch Bridgerton with her parents, grandparents and brother? Scroll on to read her "awkward" answer.


Caitlyn Jenner on What First Attracted Her to Ex-Wife Kris: ‘I Always Liked Strong Women’

The reality stars were married from 1991 to 2015 and have two children – Kendall, 25, and Kylie, 23


Ana de Armas Debuts Short, Sleek Haircut Amid Breakup From Ben Affleck

The 32-year-old actress is rocking a new look!


The most loved athletes in sports

The term “fan favourite” is a popular one in the sports world, but some athletes seem to go above and beyond when it comes to making an impression. Through a combination of exceptional play and an engaging personality, a select few athletes become beloved icons that even rival fans can’t help but respect. Here are 20 of the most loved athletes in all of sports.


10 Facts You Should Know About Bridgerton Fan Fave Nicola Coughlan

If you love Bridgerton's town gossip Penelope Featherington as much as we do, then you likely want to learn more about the talented actress who plays her.


Netflix's 'The Crown,' 'Ozark' top TV nominations at Critics' Choice Awards

Netflix is leading the field at the 26th annual Critics’ Choice Awards. The streaming service's “Ozark” and “The Crown” are up for six awards each.


Caitlyn Jenner Reveals Why She's Closest to Daughter Kylie

The 71-year-old also opens up about not feeling accepted by the trans community.


Olympic Gold Medalist Tommie Smith on How ‘With Drawn Arms’ Affirms Athletes’ Right to Protest and His Own Legacy

After more than 50 years, Olympic gold medal-winning sprinter Tommie Smith shared the full story behind his raised-fist salute atop the podium at the 1968 Olympic Games in the documentary “With Drawn Arms” — and, by doing so, offers a greater insight into the meaning behind his silent protest and its aftermath. In observance of


Looking back at the best and worst novelty rap songs

Some were terrible to begin with, but others are still incredibly enjoyable. Let's look back at some of the most memorable (and not-so-memorable) exemplars of this subgenre.


Celebs who are expecting babies

See which stars are pregnant or preparing to expand their families in 2021.


‘Sex and the City’: The 10 Best Episodes, Ranked

“Sex and the City” is about to pivot into a bold new future without one of its core cast members — but fans know that friendship, in all its complications, was at the heart of the original series. In the run-up to the newly announced HBO Max series, “And Just Like That,” following three of


Eli Goree's Name Is One to Remember, and These 8 Roles Prove It

We could spend hours talking about how much we love One Night in Miami's Eli Goree.


‘Servant’ Star Nell Tiger Free on Season 2’s “180” and “Terrifying” Last Day on ‘Too Old to Die Young’

The actor looks at working with both Night Shyamalan and Nicolas Winding Refn, and also reflects on her time on ‘Game of Thrones.’


'Downton Abbey' Stars: Where Are They Now?

Truly a classic! Downton Abbey caught the attention of millions of viewers throughout its six seasons — and fans are still binge-watching the drama well after its finale. The British series aired on ITV from 2010 to 2015 and was brought to PBS audiences across the pond. Starring Hugh Bonneville, Dame Maggie Smith and more iconic English actors, the show was met with critical acclaim and earned numerous awards, including a Golden Globe Award for Best Miniseries or Television Film and an Emmy Award for Outstanding Miniseries. Not only was Downton Abbey a major hit on the small screen, but it was also transformed into movie magic. In September 2019, several of the original cast members reprised their roles in a feature-length film spin-off of the successful series. The continuing saga of the Crawley family’s estate in the English countryside raked in $194 million worldwide. When the TV series came to an end in 2015, fans weren’t the only ones who were sad to say goodbye to the beloved characters. Bonneville, who played Robert Crawley, the Earl of Grantham, revealed that he couldn’t leave the role behind without taking a little something to remember him by. “I did liberate a letter from a character [played by Matthew Goode] called Henry Talbot, who really emerges quite clearly in Season 6, inviting [the Crawleys] to race a car or something,” the actor teased during a 2016 interview with Kelly Ripa. “On Downton, not only is each letter beautifully handwritten or typed if appropriate, but it’s also germane to the scene that you’re doing. It’s really beautiful, that level of detail, because it puts you in the moment, in that era that you are trying to evoke.” Bonneville’s pilfered prop now hangs in a frame in the downstairs bathroom of his home. While many fan-favorites returned for the film, Lily James didn’t make a cameo. Despite viewers’ disappointment, producer Gareth Neame and creator Julian Fellowes revealed that James’ absence from the movie wasn’t personal. “She can’t be [in it]; she’s in every other film at the world at the moment,” Neame joked to Entertainment Weekly in December 2018. At the time, Fellowes added: “Lily is now a big star, and it would’ve been incredibly difficult for her to find time in her schedule to come and play essentially a supporting role in Downton when her career was in a different place when she was with us. … She’s our greatest success story from the cast of the show.” Scroll down to learn what the cast of Downton Abbey is up to now.


Pamela Anderson says 'vegans are better lovers'

Pamela Anderson tweeted her theory over the weekend, and doubled down on it on Jan. 18.


Joel Kinnaman Is Engaged to Model Kelly Gale: 'Forever Yours'

Joel Kinnaman and Kelly Gale made their red carpet debut as a couple in 2019


The best and worst comic book movies outside the Marvel or DC universes

There are many comics (and graphic novels) that exist outside the realm of those two giant companies and that have inspired movies. Some are quite good, others miss the mark a bit, and a few of them you probably didn’t even know were based on comics.


Stevie Wonder decries 'lack of progress' for equality in video message to Martin Luther King Jr.

"It makes me physically sick," said the singer. "I am sick of politicians trying to find an easy solution to a 400-year problem."


Quotes of the Week: Last Man Standing, Zoey's Playlist, Bridgerton and More

Turns out 2021 is a bit of a mess, after all — but at least the TV is good! To show our appreciation for the comforting constant that is television, we’ve compiled another batch of Quotes of the Week, recognizing standout dialogue from broadcast, cable and streaming series. This time around, we’ve got a memorably


NFL World Reacts To The Adam Gase Interview News

Recently-fired New York Jets head coach Adam Gase has drawn interest from at least one NFL team in need of a new offensive coordinator. According to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, Gase has spoken with the Seattle Seahawks, who dismissed offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer last week. Gase isn’t the only newly-unemployed head coach who has been tied […] The post NFL World Reacts To The Adam Gase Interview News appeared first on The Spun.


Chris Harrison Teases Matt’s 'Thing' for Serena P.: What We Know

Spotted: Serena P. stealing Matt James’ heart? Serena Pitt is one of the women competing on season 25 of The Bachelor in 2021. Season 25 marked the first season with two women named Serena competing on the ABC reality series. While Serena Chew is a 24-year-old flight attendant from San Francisco, Serena P. is the 22-year-old Canadian who brought a step stool with her out of the limo on night one. “We have a handful of very small, petite girls, but this girl is tiny. … She may be small, but Serena P. is a force to be reckoned with on the show,” Chris Harrison teased in a YouTube video introducing the cast last month. “[She has] great chemistry with Matt. It is evident from the moment that she steps out of the limo, they just have this chemistry. They have this thing.” The host continued: “The thing with Serena P. to keep an eye on — and this is very interesting — she’s always honest. She always tells everybody, including Matt, where she stands, how she feels, what the score is. Now, will Matt hear that? We’ll have to find out.” Matt, 29, previously told Us Weekly exclusively that he felt “undeserving” of his group of women. “It’s just such a great group of women, like, women that you would never think would be single,” he said earlier this month. “That’s why I was so skeptical coming in, because it’s like, you don’t think the type of woman exists that I was interacting with and that were part of this experience. So, it made my life and decision-making that much more difficult because you’re having to send home incredible women.” Matt has also been candid about why he had trouble finding The One prior to being named the Bachelor. “My dating history in New York [was] slim to none because I was broke. Like, I didn’t have any money, so I couldn’t take anybody out on a date,” the real estate broker said on the “Bachelor Happy Hour” podcast on January 12. “New York is expensive, so just by default, I wasn’t doing a lot of dating. … I knew that the relationship part would come, but it had been a while since I had been in a serious relationship.” The Bachelor airs on ABC Mondays at 8 p.m. ET. Scroll through for five things to know about Serena P.:


David Richardson Dies: ‘The Simpsons’, ‘Two and a Half Men’ & ‘F Is For Family’ Writer-Producer Was 65

Veteran comedy showrunner David Richardson passed away today, Jan. 18, from heart failure. He celebrated his 65th birthday on Christmas Eve. Richardson had recently wrapped the upcoming fifth and final season of Netflix’s adult animated series F Is for Family, on which he served as executive producer. A nearly 30-year cancer survivor, Richardson started his


Judas and the Black Messiah's LaKeith Stanfield, Daniel Kaluuya hold court in EW's exclusive portraits


Home Town's Erin Napier Reveals Sweet 'Family Handshake' with Husband Ben and Daughter Helen

"I hope we never stop doing" this, the HGTV star wrote of the family's tradition


Warner Music Makes a Play for India’s Regional Music Market

Warner Music announced an exclusive deal with Sky Digital India to distribute Sky Digital’s repertoire within the country and throughout the world.


What's on TV Tuesday: 'The Resident' on Fox; COVID-19 memorial

What's on TV tonight, Tuesday, Jan. 19: "The Resident" on Fox; COVID-19 memorial; USC and UCLA basketball


Other projects from 'The Office' cast that are worth your time

“The Office” is one of the most-beloved American sitcoms of all time. It was a hit when it was on, and it has somehow become an even bigger hit thanks to streaming.


From The Commish to Coyote: The roles of Michael Chiklis


9 New Winter Shows Ranked by Premiere Viewers, From ‘Call Me Kat’ to ‘Call Your Mother’ (Photos)

Plus: Ted Danson's "Mr. Mayor" and "The Masked Singer's" dance-centric spinoff


Khloe Kardashian's BFF Khadijah Haqq McCray Gives Birth, Welcomes Baby No. 3

Former Dash Dolls star Khadijah Haqq McCray posted a heartwarming photo on Jan. 17 after giving birth to her little one. See the cute pic.


Peaky Blinders to end after season 6

The British crime series starring Cillian Murphy is currently in production for its final season.


Lizzie McGuire Turns 20: See What the Disney Channel Cast Looks Like Today

It’s a bittersweet day for Lizzie McGuire fans. Tuesday marks 20 years since Hilary Duff introduced Disney Channel viewers to the now-iconic teen queen/occasional Italian pop star, but how can we celebrate the show’s legacy when we’re still mourning what could have been? (Duff confirmed in December that the show’s Disney+ revival is no longer


“America Is Back”: Chelsea Handler Debuts Cannabis Line for Inauguration Day

The comedian curated the mix of products for the kit with 100 percent of the proceeds going to support Cage Free Repair, a cannabis reform nonprofit.


'Challenge' Star Ashley Cain's Baby Girl Gets Transplant Amid Cancer Battle

The Challenge‘s Ashley Cain shared an update on his daughter’s battle with leukemia as the 5-month-old had a stem cell procedure on Monday, January 18. “Today was by far the biggest day of our lives. One that we have been hoping, wishing and praying for. The day Azaylia received her stem cell transplant and begins the toughest journey imaginable to save her precious life!” the British reality star, 30, wrote via Instagram on Monday alongside a handful of photos from the Birmingham Children’s Hospital in England. “We believe in you, princess. You are strong, you are mighty, you are courageous and God is with you! You got this, Likkle Lion. We love you! LETS GO CHAMP! .” One day prior, Cain thanked fans for their “overwhelming” support after announcing that a suitable donor had been found for his little one. “It’s hard to put into words how grateful we’re are for everyone that’s supported, shared and registered to be a donor to help save Azaylia’s life,” he wrote in a separate Instagram post. “However, after Azaylia’s second round of chemotherapy, we were informed that Azaylia had relapsed and her leukemia had returned. Which highlights how aggressive her cancer is and shows how crucial this transplant will be.” The former soccer star said that the “incredibly tough” transplant process could take between four and nine months. “It’s going to get a lot worse before it gets better,” he added. “But we’re however doing our best to remain strong and positive for our daughter. She made it past the first stage of treatment against the odds and we truly believe that she will do the same this time around! She is a fighter, she will do this and we will be by her side every step of the way! LETS GO CHAMP!” Cain welcomed his daughter with girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee in August 2020. Two months later, he shared the news of Azaylia’s cancer diagnosis, calling it “single most upsetting, terrifying and heartbreaking experience” of his life. Weeks later, he shared a message of gratitude for those who’ve prayed and kept his family in their thoughts. “I gain so much inspiration from your love, energy and positively it’s unbelievable,” he wrote in an Instagram Story at the time. “When I read your guys messages, yeah, it gets me through the next hour. It helps me to be 100 for this little ball of energy. Thank you very much for the love and support. Keep it up. Keep her in your prayers, God only has to answer one of us.” Two months before his daughter secured a donor for her procedure, the Ex on the Beach UK alum opened up about the difficult experience of finding the right match to give Azaylia a “fighting chance” to survive. “As she has an ethnic mix of Caribbean/Indian/White it is much more difficult for her to find a match,” Cain explained via Instagram in November 2020. “That being said, ANYBODY no matter what race could be her genetic match! My little warrior has done all she can do up until this point and more, but now she needs our help.” Scroll down to learn more about Azaylia’s fight.


All 10 Marvel Films and TV Shows Coming in 2021 – And How They Could Affect the MCU (Photos)

The MCU finally returned after 18 months with "WandaVision"


Celebrity plastic surgery denials

While some stars readily admit they've had work done, others have denied going under the knife or getting Botox or filler injections.


Katie Holmes treats herself to 'me time' as she goes shopping

The actress, 42, was spotted walking across the street with multiple shopping bags and a fresh cup of Joe in hand.


Mad Love: Inside the making of Zendaya and John David Washington's Malcolm & Marie

How the two stars quarantined together to make the red-hot romance (out Feb. 5 on Netflix) — while Hollywood was on lockdown.


Alec Baldwin Says “Goodbye For Now” To Twitter Following Wife Hilaria’s Heritage Debacle

Alec Baldwin has flown the Twitter coop, announcing on Monday that he will leave the social media platform “for now.” “Twitter is like a party where everyone is screaming. Not much of a party,” he Tweeted. “Goodbye for now.” Baldwin’s departure from Twitter comes weeks after wife Hilaria Baldwin’s came under fire after the internet


Incredible filming locations from popular movies

Stacker takes a look at some of the most awe-inspiring filming locations from around the globe


Jamie Lynn Spears calls Tesla a 'secret cat killer' because it's too quiet, says Elon Musk owes her some cats

Spears later clarified she "did not run over any cats" and that she was only making a suggestion to the Tesla CEO.


Lucie Arnaz Weighs In on Lucille Ball Casting Controversy

Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz's daughter has a message for fans wanting Debra Messing over Nicole Kidman in Aaron Sorkin's upcoming film.


7 actors who played Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and how they compare to the civil rights leader

The best movies and TV shows about Martin Luther King Jr. try to evoke his powerful words and essence, but it also helps to look the part.


11 Extraordinary Shows to Watch If You Love Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist

Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist is a feel-good ray of sunshine with zany characters, messy love triangles, and, of course, catchy covers of your favorite pop songs.


50 best season finales in TV history

Stacker amassed data on all TV finales on IMDb with more than 750 votes, to determine the best television season finales that have ever aired.


Our favorite movies about dogs and where to stream them

From 'White Fang' to 'Marley & Me' to 'Homeward Bound,' check out our fave movies about canines!


25 of the most expensive TV series of all time

Paying stars, producing intricate sets, and incorporating innovative visual effects make each hour of TV pricier. Stacker reveals the top 25 most expensive TV series of all time. This gallery covers the early days of "Friends" and "Fraser" up to the epics of "Game of Thrones" and "The Get Down."


35 Most Anticipated New TV Shows Coming in 2021, Including ‘Loki,’ ‘Gossip Girl,’ ‘Bel-Air’

The new calendar year is stacked to the brim with some of the biggest names in film, but this time they’ll be tackling their roles on television instead. Many of Marvel’s upcoming projects are aimed at streaming, with some of the heroes from their blockbuster movies being expounded upon in spinoff series. “WandaVision” premieres Friday,


Twins with Covid Help Scientists Untangle the Disease’s Genetic Roots

After 35 years of sharing everything from a love for jazz music to tubes of lip gloss, twins Kimberly and Kelly Standard assumed that when they became sick with Covid-19 their experiences would be as identical as their DNA. The virus had different plans. Early last spring, the sisters from Rochester, Michigan, checked themselves into the hospital with fevers and shortness of breath. While Kelly was discharged after less than a week, her sister...


Stars Who’ve Spoken Out About Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine

Experts are hopeful that the coronavirus vaccine will help to curb the spread of COVID-19, which has killed more than 2 million people worldwide since its 2019 emergence in China. Steve Martin, Martha Stewart and both President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris were among the first high-profile names to get the shots. The Father of the Bride actor made jokes about the process after getting vaccinated in January 2021. “Good news/Bad news,” Martin tweeted on January 17. “Good news: I just got vaccinated! Bad news: I got it because I’m 75. Ha!” The comedian noted that it was “smooth as silk” when getting the shot in New York City. He later made light of possible side effects, tweeting, “Right now, I’m having no fide resects.” Stewart, for her part, shared a video of herself preparing to get her shot at Mount Sinai Downtown in New York, via Instagram on January 11. “I am so proud of and grateful to the doctors, nurses and medical staff who are wading through the red tape and confusion of the distribution of these very important vaccines,” she wrote at the time. “I am excited to have received my dosage and look forward to the booster.” The lifestyle guru clapped back at haters who claimed she cut in front of others, writing, “To allay your concerns that I jumped the line, know that I am in the approved age group for this batch of vaccines and I waited in line with others.” Stewart, who is 79, added: “Here’s to the advancement of science and a heartfelt thanks to those working on the vaccines. We are all hoping for an end to this pandemic.” Biden and Harris had the press in attendance when they received their shots, which they both got before taking office on January 20. “I’m doing this to demonstrate that people should be prepared, when it’s available, to take the vaccine,” Biden told reporters in December 2020. “There’s nothing to worry about. I’m looking forward to the second shot.” Ian McKellen and Joan Collins were among the first celebrities to document their vaccine journey in the U.K. Collins received her dose on the same day as Queen Elizabeth II, writing on Instagram that she was “honored” to get the shot. Scroll down to see which stars have spoken about receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.