Will Chuck inherit billions? Will Rufus and Lily find their little Tintin? Will Constance Billard's two-day week, five-day weekend ever be acknowledged?
Television is reflective of the economic downturn and fiercely threatened media climate that we are living in now -- it is no surprise that Dirty Jobs and other "blue collar"-like shows are thriving.
French orphans. Thai hookers. Billion dollar wills. Thank goodness those age-old High School problems are back to take up our time.
I tried to get into Gossip Girl. I did. I was a huge fan of The OC (season 1 at least) and I even enjoyed the commercials for Chuck. It only seemed na...
Just because the cameramen get a vacation doesn't mean our favorite gossip girls and boys aren't up to their usual shenanigans. Thankfully, they were kind enough to send the Huffington Post holiday cards that kept us up to speed.
Season 2's "White Party," is a fitting metaphor for what Gossip Girl really is pretty, rich white people trapped in a particular ring of hell where life is one neverending party.
For a year and half, I belittled any human being soulless enough to watch this show. Then I actually watched an episode.
The Glamour Women of the Year Awards filled Carnegie Hall with a slew of A-listers from the art world, Hollywood, and Washington, as well as some international activists ready to inspire the audience into...change.
This week was our always-entertaining Annual Halloween Pet Costume Party benefiting the Humane Society and par usual the party featured some downright adorable canine costumes.
Pink whispers into the microphone, "Dear Sarah Palin, pease stop shooting things," before launching into her George W. Bush tribute song, "Dear Mr. President."
Normandy High School officials should have come out strongly, advocating openness, pushing sex education, and acknowledging the problems and pressures of teenage life.
This year my television addiction is to True Blood and just as I did with Gossip Girl, I'll wager it will explode into an international hit, even though it's been a little slow to take off.
I convinced myself that if I could possibly enjoy Gossip Girl, then maybe 90210 would quench my fashionable-teen-drama thirst. I was wrong.
"Our friends are often like a second family, so it's inevitable that drama can arise."
If Dawson lived on the CW today instead of the WB of the late 90s, he and his friends would be priced right off of the creek.
"I was a freakin' gnarly freak out there in Hollywood," Baldwin told me. "You're talking to a guy who's been in 60 movies, showed his backside about a half dozen times, and I'm just in a different place -- I'm just not the guy I used to be."