The Boys Boss Reflects on [Spoiler]’s ‘Tragic’ Arc and Why He Regrets It

RELATED STORIES Warning: The following contains spoilers for The Boys Season 2, Episode 7. Proceed at your own risk! The message of The Boys‘ penultimate Season 2 episode: Don’t get too attached to anyone. Just when Lamplighter (played by Shawn Ashmore) was starting to win us over with his genuine remorse and twisted sense of humor, […]

Wynonna Earp’s Kat Barrell Reflects on Season 4 Fun, the Good in Playing Bad — Plus, What’s Next for #WayHaught?

RELATED STORIES The following contains spoilers from Wynonna Earp‘s Season 4 summer finale. Talk about a Haught girl summer. Over the first half of Season 4, Wynonna Earp‘s onetime sheriff endured quite the crucible — dodging zombies while suffering a thrice (!)-broken leg, sweating out the fate of her true love Waverly (as well as […]

Ahead of Lindsey Morgan’s Directorial Debut, The 100 Star Reflects on Raven’s ‘Saving Grace’ Over 7 Chaotic Seasons

RELATED STORIES While Raven appears to be getting a good handle on the ever-expanding universe of The 100, her portrayer’s experience has been slightly different. “This show does something different every season, and this season is complicated AF,” Lindsey Morgan, who makes her directorial debut with Wednesday’s episode (The CW, 8/7c) tells TVLine. “As a […]

AHS: 1984’s Leslie Grossman Applauds Margaret’s ‘Perfect’ Finale Fate, Reflects on That ‘Lovely Ending’

MORE ‘AHS’ Attention, campers: We’re about to spoil the events of Wednesday’s American Horror Story finale. You’ve been warned! Margaret Booth may not have lived to be AHS: 1984‘s final girl, but she still played an unforgettable role in Wednesday’s finale, one that cost her an arm and a leg. And another arm. And another […]

Neil Armstrong’s fate after the moon landing reflects America’s declining trust in the government and interest in a space program

NASA via Getty Images Neil Armstrong‘s moon landing was a first in human history. Armstrong’s accomplishment briefly united a nation torn over the Vietnam war, the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Bobby Kennedy, and the riots of 1968. However, Armstrong’s fate after his “giant leap for all mankind” mirrored that of public interest in the […]

Tiffany’s Sparkly Surge Reflects a Divided Moment in America

In a video posted online in May, the actress and model Elle Fanning slouches up to a Tiffany store in an oversized hoodie, holding a take-out coffee cup, to admire the window display. It’s a deliberate play on Breakfast at Tiffany’s, with “Moon River” playing in the background. But as Fanning stands there, in black-and-white, […]

In new documentary, Ian McKellen reflects on Magneto, Gandalf

The trailer for McKellen: Playing The Part McKellen: Playing The Part, a new documentary focused on the life of beloved actor Sir Ian McKellen, covers dense topics like acting, activism, and aging. And the nearly 80-year-old McKellen seems to have thoughtful perspectives on all of it, drawing upon his dedication to live theater, his groundbreaking advocacy work […]

Black Lightning Boss Talks Finale's Season 2 Tease, Reflects on Freshman Challenges and Surprises

The following contains spoilers from the Season 1 finale of The CW’sBlack Lightning. Jefferson Pierce’s superhero alter ego, Black Lightning, managed to survive a multi-pronged assault in the CW series’ freshman finale. But is his biggest battle yet to come, from the inside of a briefcase? RELATEDCW Sets Finale Dates for The Flash, Riverdale and […]

Mary Kills People's Richard Short Talks Des' Season 2 Transformation, Reflects on AHS, 666 Park Avenue and More

Mary may kill people, but Richard Short is an actor with quite an impressive resumé. He has played a tattoo artist on Covert Affairs, a sex shop employee on American Horror Story and in his latest role — on Lifetime’s Mary Kills People — he plays the business partner of a woman who assists terminally ill patients with […]