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Hannah Gadsby
HANNAH GADSBY DIDN’T EXPECT TO be talking about what comes next. When the Australian comic, 42, famously declared in her 2018 Netflix special Nanette that she’d decided to “quit comedy,” she made it difficult to stage a return to the spotlight. “Nane
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Big Brother
LONG BEFORE SHELTERING IN place became a reality, CBS decided to isolate 10 people in a makeshift house for a unique reality show, which debuted July 5, 2000. Big Brother was already a hit in the Netherlands, but CBS’ season 1 format—which gave viewe
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Jon Lovett
SINCE 2017, JON LOVETT HAS BEEN saving us from political-discourse chaos as cohost of Pod Save America and on his own Lovett or Leave It. The Long Island native welcomes politicians, celebrities, and journalists—and sometimes celebrity journalists li
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My Favorite Summer: 1984
DIRECTOR, WONDER WOMAN 1984 (OUT AUG. 14) “Of course 1984 is my go-to answer! But looking back, I feel like pop culture was so great right at that moment. Even just the movies that came out that year: Beverly Hills Cop, Ghostbusters, Footloose, Greml
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Power Player
Once “a watchdog” when “positive stories and…accurate and fair representation” about LGBTQ people in TV and film were hard to come by, GLAAD has transitioned in its 35 years to “a partner to Hollywood,” especially in the past decade, says president a
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Do the Right Thing
SPIKE LEE SAYS DO THE RIGHT Thing is a “bona fide classic film of American cinema.” He is not wrong. The Oscar winner, 63, adds that even after 30 years, the groundbreaking 1989 movie he wrote and directed “grows in stature every year as new generati
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Hayley Kiyoko
HAYLEY KIYOKO’S EPIPHANY ARRIVED at an *NSYNC concert. The pop upstart says she “came out of the womb wanting to perform,” but often felt a sense of dislocation as a young gay girl growing up in a straight world. Yet seeing the boy band at the age of
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Summer’s Served
How Ina Garten’s summery cocktail became our official isolation drink of choice. When Food Network host Ina Garten posted a video of herself making a big-ass cosmo on Instagram April 1, she became a beacon for the homebound masses longing to enjoy ha
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Sound Bites
In these disconnected times, the online-video-conferencing program Zoom has been a much-needed savior, but EW’s Lynette Rice doesn’t want you to forget about the OG Before Zoom (and Zumba), there was ZOOM—an unscripted PBS show from the early ’70s th
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The Library is Open
“CAN YOU HEAR ME?” GARTH IS THE FIRST TO ENTER THE ZOOM Room, dialing in from Iowa City; we share a smile and wave into our webcams. Nicole, out in Brooklyn, shows up next, a huge bookcase displayed behind her; she tells us her wife built it for her.
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Laugh In The Time Of Corona
THE MOST IMPORTANT TAKES OF THE MONTH PERHAPS YOU’VE TRIED EGO Nwodim’s quarantine makeup tips, achieving a “chill, everyday vibe” with the creative use of Crayola markers, courtesy of a recent Saturday Night Live at Home sketch. Maybe you were a vir
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We’re All in This Together
At Meredith, publisher of Entertainment Weekly and other well-known magazines, our mission has always been to inform, inspire, and entertain our readers. In this extraordinary and uncertain period, we are, more than ever, dedicated to providing you w
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Dee Rees
“EVERYBODY HATED IT.” DEE REES doesn’t mince words when describing the reception to her latest film, The Last Thing He Wanted. Released on Netflix in February, the adaptation of the Joan Didion novel was widely dubbed a misfire for the writer-directo
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Movies
THIS SEASON, YOU CAN FIND THE BRIDESMAIDS ACTRESS AS A FEMINIST ICON, A CRAZED RIGHT-WINGER, OR…A MOM IN QUARANTINE. SHE’S WEARING IT ALL PRETTY WELL. By Nick Romano ROSE BYRNE HAS HAD MORE surreal experiences than most of late—aside, perhaps, from t
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Editor’s Note
LET’S REWRITE HISTORY. FROM ITS BIRTH, Hollywood has been a refuge for the different—while enforcing conformity; its images have both repressed and liberated us by dizzying turns. LGBTQ people have always been at the heart of show business, making ar
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Lisa Cholodenko
The 1980 family drama represents what Cholodenko loves about movies. “That showed me you can really say some stuff about people’s weird psychologies,” she says. “Here was a parent [breaking] that myth of unconditional love. I found it comforting! It
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TV
STEVE CARELL AND OFFICE MATE GREG DANIELS SHOOT FOR THE MOON WITH THEIR STAR-PACKED NETFLIX COMEDY SPACE FORCE (DEBUTS MAY 29) WHEN DONALD TRUMP DECLARED in 2018 that the American military would boldly go into the final frontier, Steve Carell was qui
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The Must List
MATTHEW RHYS IS HUDDLED IN A tiny closet in a remote Catskills cabin. He’s trying to hear a reporter on his phone while a windstorm is raging outside. The actor, his partner Keri Russell, and their young son escaped New York City before their home st
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The Mad, Sad, Totally Fab Life of Paul Lynde
“I’LL TAKE PAUL LYNDE.” Not so very long ago, a lifetime ago, those words took Americans somewhere wicked. In the ’70s, if that sentence was uttered by a contestant on Hollywood Squares, lights would flash around the center cube in a grid of celebrit
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What to Watch
FRIDAY 6.19 SERIES DEBUT STREAMING • HULU Love, Simon writers Elizabeth Berger and Isaac Aptaker (This Is Us) revisit the coming-of-age/coming-out universe of their beloved 2018 rom-com via a wide-eyed, shy-eyed teen (Michael Cimino), who just moved
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Homer Simpson Will Now Address the Class of 2020
THE WORLD IS BESET by challenges heretofore unseen. Ones that are testing spirits and reserves. Ones that will not allow you to attend concerts, sporting events, family reunions, and graduation ceremonies. Sorry about the first two (the third has pro
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The Strangest Summer Ever
SUMMER, WE KNOW, HAS NEVER REALLY BEEN AN INDOOR SPORT. It is bike rides and block parties, baseball and barbecue, long lazy days at the beach that leave you sandy-pantsed and sunstruck. But like so much else in life right now, our dreams for the sea
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Hollywood’s Animal A-List
As the only living link between Fleabag (Phoebe Waller-Bridge) and her late best friend Boo (Jenny Rainsford), Hilary is crucial to the show—if not to the skeeved-out customers just looking for a ham sammy at Fleabag’s faltering café. Body like a sma
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Everybody’s Talking About Jamie
AN EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW OF YOUR NEXT OBSESSIONS PRIDE 2020 JAMIE NEW IS THE KIND OF CHARACTER you’re used to seeing play the sidekick: sassy, flamboyant, witty, queer. His creators understand the power of handing him the spotlight in their extravagant n
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The Old Guard
IMMORTALITY CAN HAVE ITS downsides. Sure, you’re impervious to injury or illness, you have plenty of time to brush up on your martial-arts skills, and lifetime warranties are a bargain. But keeping a low profile is a must—or else every few centuries,
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Music
TO MAKE REUNIONS, ONE OF HIS MOST ECLECTIC ALBUMS TO DATE, THE 41-YEAR-OLD AMERICANA HERO HAD TO TAKE THE PRESSURE OFF HIMSELF By Hilary Hughes JASON ISBELL AND AMANDA SHIRES’ 4-year-old daughter, Mercy, has a simple benchmark for the music her mom a
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The Bold Type
WHEN THE BOLD TYPE RETURNS for the second half of its fourth season, Sutton Brady-Hunter (Meghann Fahy) isn’t just experiencing married life for the first time. After years of running errands for Oliver (Stephen Conrad Moore) as an assistant in Scarl
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Run the Jewels
KILLER MIKE AND EL-P HAD each been rapping for decades when they formed a supergroup in 2013. The duo’s blend of propulsive beats and lyrics that speak truth to power has gained momentum with each release, including this summer’s Run the Jewels 4, wh
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Entertainment Weekly Summer Books Special
Exclusive Excerpt Curtis Sittenfeld WHAT IF HILLARY NEVER MARRIED BILL? PLUS The Season’s 25 Hottest Reads IN RODHAM, BEST-SELLING AUTHOR CURTIS SITTENFELD IMAGINES THE REMARKABLE LIFE OF OUR MOST FAMOUS FIRST LADY—IF SHE HAD NEVER MARRIED BILL HILLA
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The Politician
JUDITH LIGHT HAS PLENTY TO SAY about the upcoming election—just not the one you think. The 71-year-old Who’s the Boss?⁄Transparent alum returns to TV on Netflix’s The Politician as New York state senator Dede Standish, and she’s proud to portray a co
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