These are the kinds of posters that one might expect to be the product of fan art, yet here Hulu is grabbing at our very souls with these chilling and awesome character posters for The Handmaid’s Tale.
Donald Trump’s FCC chair, Ajit Pai, has moved forward with introducing a plan to roll back 2015’s “Title II” reclassification for broadband Internet that deemed it a public utility and, in simple terms, ensured that Internet service providers would have to treat all data on their network equally.
Five years ago, back when Feminist Frequency was a simple YouTube show, and two years before “Gamergate,” feminist pop culture critic, Anita Sarkeesian posted what she thought would be a modest crowdfund.
Bitch Planet is a book that, from the first issue, felt bigger than what was printed on its pages. With fewer than a dozen issues, creators Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro have inspired a veritable army of non-compliant women (and men!
image: 20th Century Fox As part of the Trump administration’s ongoing mission to intimidate and drive out foreign immigrants, ICE just set up a hotline under the name VOICE: Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement.
You remember that tone-deaf Kendall Jenner Pepsi ad, right? Yeah, we’re trying to forget, too. Thankfully, Heineken has released something that can serve as an amazing palate cleanser, clearing away any aftertaste left behind by that denim-wrapped monstrosity.
(image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute) As we reported just a few days ago, the Cassini orbiter is settling into its final death throes as it begins to descend into Saturn’s atmosphere.
You may have heard that Bill Nye (the science guy) has a new show out on Netflix called Bill Nye Saves the World.
The Simpsons, which has continued to live up to the “Simpsons did it!” joke (perhaps due in part to the show’s 600+ episodes), notably “predicted” our current Donald Trump-fueled hellscape, so it only makes sense that the writers would have some thoughts on how the real-world version is going so far.
Look, I get it. People come up with snappy phrases to define overused tropes that signal inadequate representation of marginalized groups in media.
If there’s one thing you can say about the men at Fox News, it’s that they sure are consistent. At a time when the network’s biggest names are either leaving and accusing their co-workers of sexual harassment or getting fired because of sexual harassment, you’d think those remaining would learn that the workplace–especially one that exists in front of millions of people–is not a space for lewd, crude jokes at women’s expense.
What would you do if John Boyega crashed your Star Wars photoshoot with BB-8? In a promotion for Force for Change’s efforts to help UNICEF and Starlight Children’s Foundation, Boyega did exactly that to some unsuspecting fans who probably feel silly now for not saying Finn is their favorite character.
We had the opportunity a couple weeks ago to attend a two-episode premiere of Netflix’s Bill Nye Saves the World at The Paley Center for Media, where Keisha and I spoke to Nye’s correspondents and the Science Guy himself about the importance the Netflix show now.
Doctors at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia fashioned a plastic artificial womb that has successfully kept a premature baby lamb alive for four weeks.
Earlier this month, the New York Times, reveling in an influx of Trump-driven subscriptions, betrayed their new campaign of truth-seeking and hired a climate change denier and anti-Arab xenophobe to their editorial board.
On the National Geographic yellow carpet, we spoke to Neil deGrasse Tyson about the importance of space exploration.
We’ve been covering the horror show that is Kesha’s case against her former producer, Lukasz Gottwald (A.K.A.
How do the Gilmore Girls talk so fast? What’s going on with the multiverses in Stranger Things? Why do we all squeal when we see the puppies on Fuller House?
Breeder Annette Edwards with Simon’s father, Darius. Just when you thought it might be safe to fly again, here comes United—which has surely been cursed by a vengeful wizard—with another PR catastrophe, and also a tragedy: the death of a very large and good bunny named Simon in transit.
Voters in the United States have a demonstrably poor idea of how their government actually works, and we can tell this through how they voted in the 2016 election—but not because Donald Trump, who won the presidency, is a feckless baby-man who says whatever he pleases with no regard for truth.