The 26-year-old Russell played with the Cubs from 2014 to 2018, and his fall from grace happened just as abruptly as his shot to fame
The entertainment industry's very own trans-community share their thoughts on the representation of the minority group
Arriving right in time for the fourth of July, this Independence Day horror just might beat Season 1's 'Culture Shock' that was super disturbing to begin with
After a big showdown at the Maguires, is Rav alive? Is he okay? Will he return for Season 4? Will there be a season 4? Fans are worried!
To see Michaela Coel's bubbly, fun-loving, partying Arabella return to her home after a trip to Italy and then end her first night out on such a tragic note was heartbreaking for many
When Arabella's drink gets spiked one night, she doesn't remember what happened but later figures out that she was assaulted the same night
Williams took to Twitter to point out how quick social media was at calling Tucker Carlson racist but there isn't enough outrage about Stern's blackface and the right-wing backed his views
The conservative journalist's controversial take on the Black Lives Matter movement resulted in big brands pulling out of his news segment
Think 'Marley & Me', only that Marley is 20 pounds smaller, and actually way more demonic than the curtain wrangler could ever be
It all begins when Joanna, Billy, and Owen note how Kodie's kids missed their pick up from social services the same day that Kodie doesn't show up for work
Having already lost her children's primary custody once, it's understandable why Kodie would want to run away with them from foster care
Having made quite the name for himself as the goofy, unfiltered bad boy charming all the hot women in the industry, a blushing Pete was asked by Kimmel if he would date Tomei
In Episode 6, titled 'The White Whale', we see Jackie, frustrated about not being able to help Krista Collins, dig out dirt on Frankie
Krista was the one lead that could help Jackie solve Sherry's murder, but thanks to Junior, she is now dead. What next?
MEAWW caught up with McArthur as her CBC show began airing its third season on The CW
The Republican Senate candidate running in Minnesota made the suggestion, taking a dig at protestors who 'want to abolish the police'
Vladimir Lenin might not have directly owned slaves, but the Internet won't let anybody forget his controversial gulags
'My favorite movie as a kid ends with a room full of people throwing up at the sight of a trans person,' writer Zeke Smith says in the Netflix documentary
As African-American mothers mourn the losses of their children, Beharie's protagonist striving for her daughter comes as a reminder that the fight isn't over
Plagued by the mysterious death of his first wife and his current wife's waning interest in him, Theo is constantly on edge, before he falls apart
'Disclosure' wants to hope for a future where on-screen trans people aren't a commodity for crude laughter or props for political correctness anymore
A remote location, a gigantic house and strange people all of whom think moving into this house was a bad idea; here are the people playing the unlucky inhabitants
Directed by Sam Feder, and co-executive produced by him and Cox, Disclosure' rose to wide critical acclaim during its initial premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2020
Turquoise, a former winner of the titular pageant, immerses herself in preparing her rebellious teen daughter Kai to reach for her former glory
It kicks off with the team getting caught by none other than Ice Cream, an Icelandic fixer who had snitched on them to Madeline
The episode kicks off with Joanna and Billy actively pursuing apprehension orders of every case ever tackled by the Millwood Family Services, hoping for leads that might help Kodie
Millwood Family Services has already tampered with witnesses and looks like they might have malpractices to tweak case proceedings in ways more than one
The pageant-drama premiere marks the 155th anniversary of the American holiday commemorating the abolition of slavery in Texas on June 19, 1865
Mickey explores his crush on class genius Marisol with more intensity in Season 2, Guido teases further
Several times in this season, we see Gabe's boss Principal Madison, and coworkers Abby and Tony address the topic of him finding a woman who 'deserves him'
College, climate change, kisses and budding relationships - the second season of Mr Iglesias is a classic throwback to your 2000's Disney shows
Gabriel 'Fluffy' Iglesias comes back as the titular avatar of the Wilson High teacher bonding with his students and fighting to keep the outcasts in school
A young law student fights her own legal battles in this Amazon Prime release
Giving all the 'American Horror Story', 'Stranger Things', 'Dark' and even some disturbing 'It' vibes, the trailer for 'Penguin' is treat enough!
Heists, cars crashing, flipping, and explosives going off -- it's a classic set up for any season action thriller
Up until this point Arabella was feeling like a savior - out to save someone who was probably assaulted and left there uncared for. But then the truth dawns on her
Krista was the prime witness for Sherry Henry's murder and Jackie looking to bust the people responsible can never work out for her
He built a shelter for homeless, exploded a car for trying to kidnap a gay teen, and quoted the Bible to counter a priest
Adult Swim's new trailer announcing the kick start of Season 3 is a fine taste of the classic 'Tender Touches' as the Mendolsson brothers work on making things as weird as possible
The most interesting part of the film is perhaps how both Aviva and Eden have their own, individual masculine and feminine avatars, played by different actors
Under the influence of the drugs induced by the Dabur Zan terror group, Kurt eventually slips some information that might lead the mercenaries back to where our agents are hiding
Alison, Cheryl, and Marla discover they have the same husband after his sudden murder. That's not the only secret that comes out though
Will the Gods of Olympus return to reclaim their paradise?
Was Teresa just following orders or was she part of an enemy plan all along? Here's a theory about that random ending of Netflix's Brazilian zombie horror
Cláudio Torres's Brazilian zombie horror follows Brooker's original for the first part, with its fresh original twists at the end
Set in Rio, this adaptation of 'Dead Set' by 'Black Mirror' creator Charlie Brooker, gets ridiculously interesting from Episode 6
A zombie outbreak in Rio de Janeiro sees stars of a successful reality show stuck inside the studio, clinging on to their survival as all mayhem breaks lose. Don't miss it!
Berkley, who was known as a teen actor before her 1995 shocker, reportedly spent years trying to detach herself from the Nomi Malone fame. Here's why
Back in '95, when Berkley indulged in the Dutch filmmaker's elaborate fatansy of fetishes and voyeurism, she had no idea it was a set for an initial failure, or an eventual rise
A woman of colour is brutally assaulted by three men to propell the white lead's arc. Need we say more?
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