Following attacks from Trump, Representative Omar explained on The Rachel Maddow Show why it's time to call for impeachment.
The Avengers rule the day as Marvel and Disney's box office juggernaut Avengers: Endgame picked up 14 Saturn Award nominations, along with another couple for Avengers: Infinity War. Read the full list of nominees here. It was by far the biggest individual total for a film, followed by Disney's Aladdin with nine, Universal's Us (eight) and Warner Bros Aquaman […]
The co-hosts of "The View" spoke out against Trump, Lindsey Graham after each made comments many have called "racist."
Ukraine native explains how he channeled the cinematic cyborg, how they shot that instant-classic hall of mirrors carnival scene, and his dream of meeting Arnold Schwarzenegger.
MTV and Sean "Diddy" Combs are reuniting to reboot the reality competition series "Making the Band." The show is slated to premiere in 2020. Its return was prompted by a tweet Diddy recently posted suggesting it was time for a comeback. Originally featuring the creation of early 2000s boy band O-Town (the show was conceived […]
Steve Harvey has fun with current and former NFL players on Celebrity Family Feud when he asks the question, "What's your favorite memory at a strip club?"
Gronkowski is so hilariously bad at "$100,000 Pyramid" that viewers are reminded of Joey Tribianni "Pyramid" performance on "Friends."
Senator Kamala Harris stopped by "The View" on Friday, and faced-off with Meghan McCain over border security.
Willow and Oz reminisce about show's Season 3 finale, which was delayed after Columbine.
The second season of “Mindhunter,” David Fincher’s Netflix series about the early days of the FBI’s criminal psychology and criminal profiling division, will center on the Atlanta Child Murders.“You could probably do three seasons on the Atlanta Child Murders,” Fincher said on KCRW’s “The Treatment” podcast. “It’s a huge and sweeping and tragic story. We couldn’t do it justice in the background of our nine hours.”Fincher also revealed that the second season will premiere on Aug. 16.Also Read: 'Stranger Things 3' Audience Soars 21% Above Season 2's Opening Weekend, Nielsen SaysThe Atlanta Child Murders were a series of killings between 1979 and 1981 that slain African-American children, teenagers and adults. Wayne Williams, who is currently serving a life sentence of the deaths of Atlanta men in 1981, will play a central role in the season. Police believe he’s responsible for 23 of those murders.The second season will start with the end of the investigation as the FBI is called in to Georgia. “[The FBI] are the last guys in, they’re trying to help out something that has its own momentum and politics,” he said. “It’s a divided battlefield. They’re coming in to throw this federal umbrella over everything to make everyone feel OK about sharing information.”Fincher also confirmed that “Assassination of Jesse James” director Andrew Dominik is involved in the second season.The first season focused on the birth of the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit, which was kept under wraps and limited to a basement in the bureau’s Quantico, Virginia, headquarters. Fincher said the second season will see that conversation about serial killers — like Charles Manson and Son of Sam — enter the public consciousnesses.“In the 70s, post-Manson, post-Son of Sam, post-Zodiac, there really was, I don’t think you can say it was an epidemic, but there was definitely the feeling that the notion of this has gotten away from us,” Fincher said. “There was this transition. I remember it happening with Son of Sam. When I left the Bay Area in the mid 1970s and our parents moved to Oregon, you go 300 miles north and nobody talked about Zodiac. It had been this festering thing that had never been brought to any kind of closure but no one cared about it [outside of the Bay Area]. Then Son of Sam came, and it was Newsweek and Time, the cover.”Read original story David Fincher Says Season 2 of ‘Mindhunter’ Will Focus on Atlanta Child Murders At TheWrap
It’s a game of cat-and-mouse, but the mouse here is frustratingly out of this cat’s reach. Katia Husemeier captured this video of her cat energetically trying to catch a virtual mouse on her touch-screen tablet. Leesburg, Virginia, resident Husemeier posted the video to Twitter on May 11, saying, “enjoy this video of my cat trying to kill a virtual mouse.” Twitter users replied to the post, with many commenting on how cute Husemeier’s cat looked in the video. Less of a fearsome predator, then, and more of a cute kitty. Credit: Katia Husemeier via Storyful
Senator Kamala Harris explained to Rachel Maddow that despite Trump backing down from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census, the damage has already been done.
R. Kelly's eldest daughter said that the social media backlash she's received for her father's actions has been challenging.
EXCLUSIVE: Poorna Jagannathan (The Night Of) has landed a series regular role opposite Maitreyi Ramakrishnan in Mindy Kaling's forthcoming Netflix comedy series. Co-created, co-written and executive produced by Kaling and The Mindy Project co-exec producer Lang Fisher, who also serve as showrunners, the Kaling/Fisher Project is inspired by Kaling’s own childhood. It follows the complicated […]