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Apple’s hit drama series has officially been renewed for another season. Starring Steve Carell, Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, here’s a refresher on the stars of “The Morning Show.”
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The Netflix movie, based on the 1938 novel by the same name, premieres this week. From Town & Country
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The beloved TV show will debut its Princess Diana this fall.
Safari retreats and beachside getaways dominated the list of favorite resorts for Conde Nast Traveler readers in a year bereft of travel.
Netflix canceled the show in October after previously renewing it for a fourth and final season.
We love hearing about cute new additions to Hollywood families, and the latest celeb to add to her adorable brood is is former Bachelorette alum Emily Maynard Johnson. On Sunday, she announced the birth of her fifth child and her first girl with husband Tyler Johnson. Now, she's ready to share her newborn's name with […]
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We asked 70 men from ages 5 to 75: What's the most embarrassing thing that's ever happened to you? From first impressions to mistaken identity, take a look at what these guys of every consecutive age have to say about the moments that have gotten them red in the face.
Plain Bad Heroines reads like a cross between Henry James, Sarah Waters, and Ryan Murphy.
A few dozen Disneyland enthusiasts and cast members gathered outside the park Saturday to protest its closure amid the COVID-19 pandemic.