After plugs were pulled on Eva Longoria's 'Grand Hotel', Anne Winters talks about her journey and relationship with the actress-producer-director. She also talks of how #Metoo affected her career.
The award ceremony that celebrated people's favorite nominees and awards in music, film, TV and pop culture began on Sunday night.
Playing one of the good guys this season, Matthew Alan says he could take 'different parts' from the people in Stephen King's books to build his 'Chris Merrill' persona from scratch because he was a non-canon character
In a sans-cell phone world dating back to 2005, we still manage to navigate through the serene static of young adult respite amidst the eerie calmness of Culver Creek in 'Looking for Alaska'
In an exclusive interview with MEAWW, Felischa Marye spoke how '13 Reasons Why' experience helped in writing 'Bigger' and the impact the former has had
In an exclusive interview with MEAWW, creator Felischa Marye spoke about the major themes she tries to deal with through the characters
The comedy will consists of ten 30-minute episodes and follow a group of friends who try to turn their stagnant lives around on hearing the news of the death of a college acquaintance.
With season 2, the show raised the bar all around -performances, storylines, editing, and music. We take a look at what the viewers think about the latest season
Justice wasn't served right even though Bryce and Monty pay the ultimate price of death without undergoing any of the pain they put others through and not serving out a full sentence for their crimes
Tony's family gets deported in the wake of Bryce's sexual assault trial after the Walker family calls the ICE on Tony's.
Casey goes as far as to say 'F**k their pain' about the parents grieving the loss of their son's murder because he was a rapist and shows the same lack of empathy towards her fellow survivors.
It is commendable that the series once again reminds us to take care of each other to make the other person comfortable enough to open up.
Season 3 does a pretty neat job at packing content minus the shock value. The only place where it has failed to touch fans is with its new narrator
Tyler's friends are not only invested in helping his recovery, but they allow him to work on healing at his own pace, without dumping on him their drive and need to see him do better.
From admitting that the problem is with herself, to indulging in sex toys and exploring the world of kinky rough sex, Jessica comes out glowing and healthy in season 3.
Everyone's a suspect in the wake of the vile and vain Bryce Walker's murder, but his actual killer used the blandest excuse to justify pushing him to his death and we deserved better.
With Hannah gone, the shift in narrative needed a really captivating and equally shocking impetus to keep fans hooked, and what better way than to give them the cathartic relief of killing Bryce!
From welcoming therapists and nonprofit organizations onboard to having therapy dogs on sets, a lot more than just cutting out the extremely explicit and out-there suicide scene has happened.
At the end of season 2, we saw Jessica, after having dated Alex for a consistent while, hook up with her ex-boyfriend Justin. In season 3, Bryce is dead and that makes everything worse.
In season 2, Tyler is seen attacked by a group of bullies in the school bathroom, who beat him up before proceeding to sexually assault him with a mop.
Replacing the show's former protagonist, Hannah Baker, will be Grace Saif's Ani Achola. But don't let her sweet English accent and newness to Liberty High fool you!
With Netflix toning down the explicit content which managed to soar season one to such massive popularity, how beneficial could the move be?
Played by Justin Prentice, the student from Liberty High was the main contribution to the show's protagonist Hannah Baker's (Katherine Langford) suicide
Speculations about the third season's plot focusing on what happens to Clay after he is found with a gun were shut down with the official trailer establishing Bryce Walker's murder as the prime focus.
Season one ended with the death of Marina, who played a lead role in the series. Season two will focus on fighting the case to identify the true murderer behind her death putting loyalty, friendship, love, and family to the test.
With quite the devastating plot twist in the middle of the story, Miles's love for Alaska becomes an exploration of figuring out who she really is behind the facade of perfection.
The prime focus of season 2 will be in digging deeper into what happens on the other 364 days leading up to the deadly day every year
'13 Reasons Why' has been tackling issues ranging from suicide to male rape, sexual assault, bullying, school shooting, and several more that today's teens are afflicted with.
While some think the show promotes hypersexuality and drug abuse, others have commended the teen drama for its unfiltered and realistic take on high school teens
The new show proves to be a breath of fresh air not only because of its premise but also for the narrative it opts for as the 10-episode story progresses.
HBO chairman Richard Plepler reportedly said that the series made '13 Reasons Why' look like an "after-school special"
The story kicks off with the five leads deciding to experiment with the supernatural world by playing the titular game 'Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board' at a sleepover
The Negasonic Teenage Warhead from MCU's 'Deadpool' returns to the screen as an avid shoplifter who finds solace in classmates she meets at an anonymous meeting for their kleptomaniacs.
'The Society' remains true to its cause. Nowhere is the dynamic ruined by external forces as the group of actors work fluidly with one another and in their characters
This time around though, the tragedy that hits the family is not death, but something much more heinous and frightening for thousands of people living in America right now — deportation
In an exclusive interview with MEAWW, Luke Cook, who plays the Dark Lord on the show, shared his personal belief why people are obsessed with darks shows on TV including 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina'.
The study analyzed data about the deaths of individuals that occurred between 2013 and 2017, a timespan that encompassed the period before and after the release of the series
The 2017 novel 'Sleeping Beauties' by Stephen and Owen King tells the gripping story of gender equality and individuality through a plague that knocks out half the population of the world.
In his letter to investors for Q1, CEO Reed Hastings said that things were looking great for Netflix, with revenue surpassing $4.5 billion in the first quarter that also happened to be the highest quarterly paid net adds in its history
Be it 'Riverdale', '13 Reasons Why' or 'Pretty Little Liars', young adult shows are increasingly becoming unrealistic and absurd. MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) tries to uncover the reason behind this phenomenon
HBO released a teaser to the upcoming young adult series — a teen drama starring Zendaya (and it's produced by Drake!)
The show that premiered with 2.7 million viewers already on board isn't as recognized as it should be, here's why
'The 13 Reasons Why' star has a busy schedule this year with her taking up a new role in 'The Umbrella Academy'
Syfy's 'Deadly Class' airs tonight and the show is committed to portraying raw violence with unfiltered teen angst at its extreme best
'Shadowhunters' stands canceled after the end of three seasons, and fans have started petitions to have it back
The new iteration of 'Party of Five' is a modern twist on the beloved original series created by Christopher Keyser and Amy Lippman.
Camila Mendes in an interview revealed that Katherine Langford of 13 Reasons Why was in the running to play Betty Cooper.
Riley Keough had earned a Golden Globe nomination for playing the role of a call girl, Christine, on the first season of the Starz anthology drama just last year.
Hulu is debuting a new teen horror called 'Light As A Feather' on October 12 that is adapted from Zoe Aarsen's story on Wattapad which generated more than 2.9 million Wattpad reads
Miller spills the beans on playing Maggie, the on-set bonds she was able to create, and most importantly, doing four plays a year since the age of 14.
22 August, 2019