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Squad Goals
FOR YEARS LEBRON JAMES BLOCKED QUESTIONS ABOUT the most animated—and top secret—moment of his career. But now he’s wide open. “It’s one of the biggest games, if not the biggest game, I’ve ever played in,” he says. “The Goon Squad is probably the best
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The Wildest Things I’ve Done for a Laugh
Back in 12th grade, Andre tried to leave a friend in stitches, only to wind up with stitches. “I loved Chris Farley growing up. I’d bash my head in the lockers and go, ‘I’m so stupid! Stupid! Stupid!’ [Then] I was like, ‘Oh! I’ll do it to the in-case
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Quack! Quack! Quack!
What was it like reuniting on the ice with the original Ducks? Pure joy. There is a “Spirit of the Ducks” gala where they’re honoring the current coach and the history of the Ducks, and that’s what brings us all back together. It felt like a mini–fam
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Last Chance U: Basketball
STREAMER NETFLIX DEBUTS MARCH 10 WHEN ANYONE ASKS ME WHAT show they should be watching, I always say Last Chance U. After five fabulous seasons chronicling junior college football, Basketball swaps sports but maintains creator Greg Whiteley’s mix of
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3 Questions for Jon Batiste
1 / Your latest record, We Are, goes beyond your jazz roots by incorporating R&B, hip-hop, swing, and pop. How did it feel to embrace new genres? It felt really natural…. When you’re younger—and also when you’ve become known for something—it’s hard t
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Carrie Underwood
ALBUM MY SAVIOR LABEL CAPITOL NASHVILLE GENRE GOSPEL SINCE BEING ANOINTED AMERICAN Idol in 2005, Carrie Underwood has packed more stadiums and festival fields than many of her country peers, and hosted the CMA Awards a whopping 12 times. It’s a refre
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Books
JOE GOLDBERG IS BACK WITH A VENGEANCE IN THE THIRD INSTALLMENT OF CAROLINE KEPNES’ BLOCKBUSTER STALKER SERIES. IN THIS EXCLUSIVE EXCERPT, TAKE A PEEK INTO HIS NEXT…PROJECT. By Seija Rankin As You Love Me begins, we find our Joe on Bainbridge Island,
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The Power of Amy Lee
EVANESCENCE FRONTWOMAN Amy Lee has one of the most potent voices in music. But it took a long time for her to feel comfortable using it. “I have to admit I was pretty insecure in the beginning; I always felt like I wasn’t that good,” she tells EW. “I
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The Finish Line
THE MOST IMPORTANT TAKES OF THE MONTH GOODBYES ARE HARD. UNFORTUNATELY, they’re also inevitable. Every series comes to an end, and for NBC’s Superstore and Showtime’s Shameless, those finales are upon us. With Superstore wrapping on March 25 and Sham
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Baby Talk
IN ILANA GLAZER’S DEBUT STARRING FILM ROLE, THE WRITER-ACTRESS SPENDS a lot of time covered in blood. You may watch and think, “Wait, that’s not Ilana from Broad City, is it?” and the answer is both yes and no. Her upcoming horror thriller, False Pos
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Chad
NETWORK TBS PREMIERES APRIL 6 TIME 10:30 PM THE NEW TBS SERIES CHAD STARS Nasim Pedrad, a 39-year-old woman, as Ferydoon “Chad” Amani, a 14-year-old boy. Oddly enough, that’s not the most interesting thing about the show. Blending extreme cringe come
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The Cold Open
Olivia Rodrigo breaks a new record THE “FOREVER” OLIVIA RODRIGO SINGS ABOUT IN “DRIVERS LICENSE” MAY BE FLEETING, BUT THE SONG’S SUCCESS RIDES ON. THIS melancholic debut single from the High School Musical star not only shot to No. 1 on the Hot 100 a
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Entertaining Weekly
TREAT YOURSELF A SELF-CARE SHOPPING GUIDE INSPIRED BY OUR FAVORITE PAMPERING POP CULTURE MOMENTS By Seija Rankin INSPIRED BY Lost in Translation. Sweatpants are so 2020; switch up your at-home wardrobe à la Bill Murray’s Bob Harris with something coz
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Movie Reviews
STARRING IDRIS ELBA, CALEB MCLAUGHLIN RATING + TIME NOT RATED; 1 HR., 51 MINS. The healing properties of horses have been a Hollywood mainstay since National Velvet. But Concrete, for all its familiar themes, still finds bracing ways to freshen up a
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The Bullseye
POPCORN: ETHAN MILLER/GETTY IMAGES; NOBODY: ALLEN FRASER/UNIVERSAL PICTURES; WANDAVISION: SUZANNE TENNER/©MARVEL STUDIOS 2021; BELOW DECK SAILING YACHT: LAURENT BASSET/BRAVO; D2: THE MIGHTY DUCKS, UNDERWATER; EVERETT COLLECTION (2); THE MIGHTY DUCKS:
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Christopher Meloni Is a Very Stabler Genius
“I WAS IN THE BACKYARD WITH NO shirt on,” begins Christopher Meloni, recalling the moment he was asked to reprise his iconic role as Det. Elliot Stabler for the new Law & Order: Organized Crime. “This will help with the article. I was nude. Come on!
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Vanishing Act
MARE SHEEHAN ISN’T LIKE OTHER detectives. At least not other detectives often seen on tele-vision. For one thing, she’s not showing up to a crime scene in a freshly pressed suit, ready to find the perfect clue that will magically bring together all t
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Sound Bites
For the fourth year, EW was the media partner for the SCAD aTVfest, which included dozens of panels with TV stars and creatives, and honored Chrissy Metz, Kenan Thompson, Javicia Leslie, and more. Leslie (Batwoman) was joined by Rebecca Breeds (Clari
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Zack Snyder
The literature professor’s work in deconstructing storytelling inspired a generation of filmmakers: “A teacher, a prophet, and a genius who decoded archetypes across the centuries. You can find your own stories in the stories he decodes, and he recon
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Katey Sagal
Katey Sagal reinvented herself on the gritty FX drama as a manipulative, protective motorcycle-club matriarch. Most fans buzz about Gemma’s dark plotting and fate; some keep their distance. “People feel afraid of Gemma,” she says. “They think I’m goi
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Entertainment Weekly's Guide to the Best Guilt Free Picks for Kids
Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, Disgust: We all contain multitudes. But emotions take on sensational new life in Inside Out, Pixar’s tender, surreal reckoning of childhood and the wild inner rumpus—voiced by Amy Poehler, Mindy Kaling, and Bill Hader, amon
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Serpent With Feet
ALBUM DEACON LABEL SECRETLY CANADIAN GENRE R&B SOIL, THE 2018 DEBUT FROM SINGER Josiah Wise, who performs as serpentwithfeet, was cerebral and fresh—a mesmerizing blend of haunting vocals, eclectic instrumentation, and vulnerable lyrics. His choruses
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Return Of The Kings
FOR KINGS OF LEON FRONTMAN Caleb Followill, inspiration usually strikes around the same time: post-holidays, off the road, home in Nashville. “It’s just something funny that hits me…pushing me to do something,” he tells EW. The feeling also surfaced
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The Must List
TV THERE HAVE BEEN PLENTY OF “NEXT Game of Thrones” contenders, but Netflix’s new series may be the best of the lot. Based on Leigh Bardugo’s popular Grishaverse novels, Shadow and Bone tells the story of orphan Alina (played by English actress Jessi
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Man of Action
SITTING CROSS-LEGGED ON A rehearsal mat for the new Mortal Kombat movie, Lewis Tan felt an overwhelming sense of gratitude. He played on this kind of mat as a kid while his father, martial artist Philip Tan, worked on Holly-wood sets as a fight chore
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Selena Gomez
ALBUM REVELACIÓN LABEL INTERSCOPE GENRE POP SELENA GOMEZ WASN’T THE FIRST person to think of spending quarantine becoming fluent in another language; she was just the rare one to actually follow through with it. Though the Mexican-American singer has
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What to Watch
AMAZON PRIME VIDEO Horror hits home in an anthology drama exec-produced by Lena Waithe that delves into America’s cultural divides. The ’50s-set first season—titled “Covenant” and starring Deborah Ayorinde, Melody Hurd, and Alison Pill—follows a Blac
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Phoebe Bridgers
Where were you when you heard about your nominations? In bed. I slept through it, kind of on purpose—I was like, you know, I don’t want to get my hopes up. I woke up to all these texts. That’s my favorite way to find out about things. Did I buy a bur
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Who We Think Will Win Grammy Gold
□ Chilombo, Jhené Aiko □ Black Pumas (Deluxe Edition), Black Pumas □ Everyday Life, Coldplay □ Djesse Vol. 3, Jacob Collier □ Women in Music Pt. III, Haim ■ Future Nostalgia, Dua Lipa □ Hollywood’s Bleeding, Post Malone □ Folklore, Taylor Swift In: D
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King Kendrick’s Miss
WHEN KENDRICK LAMAR dropped his triumphant 2012 album good kid, m.A.A.d city, he was swiftly anointed rap’s next Chosen One. Apparently, the memo never reached the Grammys. Despite receiving seven nods for the 2014 awards—including Best New Artist, A
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