Good news for all those who mourned the cancellation of the American version of Who Do You Think You Are?, the popular celebrity roots series that...
After a three week hiatus, the gang reconvenes to tell the tales of how they lost their virginity. This is prompted by Schmidt's scheduled close encounter with Elizabeth, the college girlfriend we met last episode.
Julie Miller, Vanity Fair (Photos: left, Courtesy of FilmMagic; right, courtesy of FOX) Thrilling news for those who have ...
After the incredible episode we were rewarded with last week, this week might seem at first like a let-down, but it isn't.
Decades before Lena Dunham bravely bore herself to viewers, supposed flaws and all, on "Girls," there was a smart, sassy, brash Jewish girl named Rhoda Morgenstern
The trend seems to have started a few years ago: a tendency among adult women to adopt apparel, activities and accessories reminiscent of childhood, a...
What happens when you meet up with a new friend for coffee? If you asked the co-founders of The Everygirl, they might say -- well, their company.
Zooey Deschanel could endorse special copies of the book doodled up with unicorns, mushrooms and cat eyeglasses. Hey gang! Feminism is cool! Sexism is a drag. Let's dance like robots, like lady robots!
Given that there was some Twitter chatter about this episode, and given that Fox was promoting this week's installment more actively than normal, it was not hard to figure out what was up with "Cooler."
Nick is determined to drive over to Jess' student's house and prove his theory right. Jess, hoping to dissuade him and/or be there to bail him out of jail for trespassing, joins in. This provides for a much needed Nick-Jess alone time.
In 2013, one of my New Year's resolutions is to be like my favorite funny girls: Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Mindy Kaling and Zooey Deschanel.
I look forward to watching New Girl every Tuesday as part of my weekly dose of TV comedy. Yet I find myself wondering if this is a downhill trend; charming can sometimes turn into predictable after a while.
Perhaps the lack of prominent female friendships in network television is the response to a kind of cultural anxiety in the wake of books and articles trumpeting "the end of men."
I worried that "The Mindy Project" would reproduce the "adorkable" effect of Deschanel's Jess, making for an exhausting, overly quirky hour. But I got a little more insight into the differences between the shows' title characters.
There will be a startling upset in the race for Best Drama Series at the Emmys this Sunday, according to the experts polled by Gold Derby. Breaking Bad will break loose and overtake the category's longtime champ.
The Emmys are tough to predict and this year's battle over Best Comedy Actress is a cliffhanger. The outcome depends largely on the strength of the episodes chosen by the nominees to give to judges (actors and casting agents) as an example of their best work.