'The Goop Lab' bizarre finale sees psychic get readings about twins, donkey and Mexico but over wrong person
'The Goop Lab' bizarre finale sees psychic get readings about twins, donkey and Mexico but over wrong person

Psychic Laura Lynne Jackson got readings about twins, donkeys and Mexico for Goop’s food editor Ana Hito. None rang a bell with Hito. However, Lindsay, an associate producer, visibly in tears, explained her grandmother was a twin and she was getting married in Mexico. A donkey was in there too

'The Goop Lab' Episode 4 is a slew of weird diets, all in the quest for defeating aging
'The Goop Lab' Episode 4 is a slew of weird diets, all in the quest for defeating aging

The Goop employees, in this episode, participated in an experiment. Even Gwyneth. They tested their 'biological ages' before and after trying different diets.

‘The Goop Lab’ Episode 3 ‘The Pleasure is Ours’ affirms body-positivity, sensuality and importance of orgasms
‘The Goop Lab’ Episode 3 ‘The Pleasure is Ours’ affirms body-positivity, sensuality and importance of orgasms

Speaking about the need to and the advantage of knowing how to pleasure oneself and about how to be one with the body, sex educator Betty Dodson told Gwyneth Paltrow, “We’re very dangerous when we are knowledgeable”

‘The Goop Lab’ Episode 2 ‘Cold Comfort’ sees employees plunge into freezing waters, yoga in snow with bikinis
‘The Goop Lab’ Episode 2 ‘Cold Comfort’ sees employees plunge into freezing waters, yoga in snow with bikinis

Wim 'The Iceman' Hof, Paltrow and Elise Loehnen, the Chief Content Officer of Goop discuss how “our autonomic nervous system (ANS) can be influenced just by the mind” in the swanky offices of Goop, in this episode

'The Goop Lab' Episode 1: Paltrow's employees make anecdotal cases for mental health benefits of magic shrooms
'The Goop Lab' Episode 1: Paltrow's employees make anecdotal cases for mental health benefits of magic shrooms

Titled ‘The Healing Trip’, episode 1 deals with psychedelics - specifically psilocybin and MDMA. With anecdotal experiences from what the show refers to as case studies, we are given life-affirming examples of how psychedelics have helped people with depression, suicidal tendencies, and anxiety

'The Goop Lab' Episode 5 'The Energy Experience' sees John Amaral try to sell the idea of healing energies
'The Goop Lab' Episode 5 'The Energy Experience' sees John Amaral try to sell the idea of healing energies

When someone says things like he can “influence” energy to “heal” diseases, and use terms like “molecules of emotions”, it’s a good bet to assume it’s mystic mumbo jumbo that doesn’t mean anything

Wendy Williams legally single as she finalizes divorce from Kevin Hunter after over two decades of marriage
Wendy Williams legally single as she finalizes divorce from Kevin Hunter after over two decades of marriage

Williams and Hunter got married in 1997. They have a son together, 19-year-old Kevin Hunter Jr. After over two decades of marriage, the 55-year-old talk show host filed for divorce in April 2019, reportedly after Hunter’s mistress, Sharina Hudson, gave birth to a baby girl

'The Wrong House Sitter': Release date, plot, cast and all you need to know about Vivica A Fox's new film
'The Wrong House Sitter': Release date, plot, cast and all you need to know about Vivica A Fox's new film

The film works on similar tropes as all other 'Wrong' movies — a benign suburban life suddenly experiences trouble with the introduction of a deadly new character

'The View': Ken Jeong introduces serious role in 'Elsewhere', says comedy is 'hardest form of entertainment'
'The View': Ken Jeong introduces serious role in 'Elsewhere', says comedy is 'hardest form of entertainment'

When co-host Joy Behar, a comic herself, noted that stand-up comedy could feel like “you're naked” on stage while “everybody else is dressed,” Jeong said, “I have been naked in movies," referring to 'The Hangover’ movies. “Being naked on stand-up -- emotionally naked -- is even worse," he added

'The Outsider' Episode 3 pits macho officer Ralph’s facts against intuitive detective Holly’s philosophies
'The Outsider' Episode 3 pits macho officer Ralph’s facts against intuitive detective Holly’s philosophies

A macho hardboiled detective, who only accepts facts, faces an intuitive woman who can sense the otherworldly. It’s a tightrope that the show has so far managed to walk, only teasing that there might be something sinister and magical, while not really revealing what is going on

Tim Tebow marries former Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters in ‘traditional’ ceremony in South Africa
Tim Tebow marries former Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters in ‘traditional’ ceremony in South Africa

It was a sunset ceremony in Cape Town, South Africa, and the couple exchanged vows they prepared for each other. Nel-Peters walked down the aisle in a custom-made gown from David’s Bridal. Tebow wore a tuxedo designed by Antar Levar 

'Gold Rush: White Water' Season 3 Episode 10 promo shows Dustin in harm’s way after dredge is possibly ruined
'Gold Rush: White Water' Season 3 Episode 10 promo shows Dustin in harm’s way after dredge is possibly ruined

We see two misfortunate things happening; the first being them losing control of their dredge while transporting it to the new spot. Their expensive dredge, if damaged could mean the end of their season right there. The second is much scarier as a heavy rock is about to fall on Dustin’s head

'Gold Rush: White Water' Season 3 Episode 9 brings Dustin’s total to $40K after resourceful Wess’ contraption
'Gold Rush: White Water' Season 3 Episode 9 brings Dustin’s total to $40K after resourceful Wess’ contraption

While a newfound pit's cracks and crevices were too narrow for their large hose, Dustin's crew did not stop and give up. Wess whipped up a small contraption, much like a regular vacuum cleaner’s flattened hose, that would allow them to reach the cracks more easily. And it worked to perfection

'Work in Progress' season finale promo sees Susan offer Abby full-time position as countdown ends in ‘3, 2, 1’
'Work in Progress' season finale promo sees Susan offer Abby full-time position as countdown ends in ‘3, 2, 1’

The episode title, ‘3, 2, 1’, signifies the last three almonds from the batch of 180 at the beginning of the show. Abby counted each almond as one day, and at the end of 180, she would decide if her life was still worth living. Most of the 180 days have been good for Abby. But things look dark now

Ashley Graham and husband Justin Ervin welcome first child, a baby boy: 'Our lives changed for the better'
Ashley Graham and husband Justin Ervin welcome first child, a baby boy: 'Our lives changed for the better'

Graham shared the news on her social media, where she wrote, “At 6:00 pm on Saturday our lives changed for the better. Thank you for all your love and support during this incredible time.” So far, the couple hasn’t shared any other details of the news, including the baby’s name

'Dragon Ball' narrator Brice Armstrong dies aged 84, fans pay tribute to anime voice actor
'Dragon Ball' narrator Brice Armstrong dies aged 84, fans pay tribute to anime voice actor

In ‘Dragon Ball Z’, he voiced Captain Ginyu, and in the fourth ‘Dragon Ball movie’, he returned as the narrator, before playing Lord Slug in ‘Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug’. Outside of the ‘Dragon Ball’ saga, he has also worked in the ‘Lupin III’ franchise as Douglas, ‘Baki the Grappler’, and more

New Jersey woman's skeletal remains found in submerged car six years after she went missing
New Jersey woman's skeletal remains found in submerged car six years after she went missing

Diving contractors who were working in the river, looking for underwater obstructions, found the crushed car with the remains inside it in. The car was pulled out of the water by the New Jersey State Police. So far, authorities have not revealed a cause of death.

Piers Morgan calls Meghan 'shameless piece of work' who made Harry 'ditch' family: 'Surprised it took her so long'
Piers Morgan calls Meghan 'shameless piece of work' who made Harry 'ditch' family: 'Surprised it took her so long'

Morgan’s rant ended with, 'On a positive note, this spells the death on arrival of Meghan & Harry’s plan for a ‘progressive’ new Monarchy. So they thankfully won’t be ‘woking’ the Windsors after all'.

Prankster who licked Blue Bell ice cream tub at Walmart and put it back pleads guilty, faces upto a year in jail
Prankster who licked Blue Bell ice cream tub at Walmart and put it back pleads guilty, faces upto a year in jail

Anderson, who posted a 20-second social media video of himself licking a Blue Bell ice cream, went viral in August 2019. The video he uploaded to Facebook and Instagram was viewed more than 125,000 times and was shared more than 2,000 times. 

Meghan Markle's mother Doria Ragland defends daughter after Megxit: 'Meghan is strong and will always be okay'
Meghan Markle's mother Doria Ragland defends daughter after Megxit: 'Meghan is strong and will always be okay'

Megxit has seen a lot of media attention and mean-spirited commentary. Naturally, it has been a stressful time for the Duchess of Sussex. But Meghan’s mother insisted that her daughter was dealing with it fine. 

Taylor Swift tried to remove Justin Bieber and others from gym because she wanted a private workout session
Taylor Swift tried to remove Justin Bieber and others from gym because she wanted a private workout session

Of course, Bieber did not comply.  When the 25-year-old ‘Yummy’ artist and his security team were approached and asked to leave, they refused to budge until Bieber had finished his workout.

Iowa man requests 'trial by combat' using swords to settle custody battle with wife: 'It's not banned in the US'
Iowa man requests 'trial by combat' using swords to settle custody battle with wife: 'It's not banned in the US'

David Ostrom from Paola, Kansas, who is in the process of separating from wife Bridgette Ostrom, has requested this because he is keen to meet 'on the field of battle where [he] will rend their souls from their corporeal bodies'.

Toy shop sells transgender doll with penis and a dress, sparks outrage among parents
Toy shop sells transgender doll with penis and a dress, sparks outrage among parents

A doll with long blonde hair, wearing a red and yellow polka dot dress and reportedly sporting male genitalia in a shop called ‘Planeta Igrushek’ or ‘Planet Of Toys’ in the Siberian city of Novosibirsk in south-central Russia has displeased folks.

Prince Charles financially drained after giving Harry and William around $3.2 million each from his savings
Prince Charles financially drained after giving Harry and William around $3.2 million each from his savings

A former aide to Charles said, 'His attitude is always just pay what needs to be paid and move on. It’s usually the path of least resistance when it’s to do with the boys.'

Lizzo leaves little to the imagination as she hits the beach in a sexy gold cutout swimsuit
Lizzo leaves little to the imagination as she hits the beach in a sexy gold cutout swimsuit

“I love you. You are beautiful. You can do anything. (Repeat),” she wrote alongside the two images she shared on Instagram -- one on the sand, and the other by a set of rocks.

LSU quarterback Joe Burrow praises Trump after team’s visit to the White House: 'He showed so much love'
LSU quarterback Joe Burrow praises Trump after team’s visit to the White House: 'He showed so much love'

The champion quarterback was clearly overwhelmed as he thanked the president for their visit and said: 'It's so awesome to be here. We'll never forget it...'

Jared Kushner's Time magazine cover sets off meme fest as Twitter mocks his pose, compares him to Slenderman
Jared Kushner's Time magazine cover sets off meme fest as Twitter mocks his pose, compares him to Slenderman

Kushner, on the magazine cover, is standing awkwardly. Straight as a ramrod, with his arms to his side, Kushner does not even have a hint of a smile on his face.

20-yr-old lesbian left bloodied after she was attacked by homophobic thugs: 'It has knocked my confidence back'
20-yr-old lesbian left bloodied after she was attacked by homophobic thugs: 'It has knocked my confidence back'

On January 11 in Sunderland, Charlotte Graham, a 20-year-old woman, was walking to meet a friend. Without any warning, she was attacked --  punched in the head from behind and thrown to the ground by two men. She was allegedly attacked for being a lesbian.

'Airplane Mode': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about this Brazilian comedy
'Airplane Mode': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about this Brazilian comedy

When Ana, a young social media influencer, crashes her car because of her addiction to her cellphone, she is grounded and shipped to her grandfather’s farm with one catch: she’s not allowed to use her phone.

Fox’s '9-1-1: Lone Star' looks a promising firefighting procedural with diversity, romance and accuracy
Fox’s '9-1-1: Lone Star' looks a promising firefighting procedural with diversity, romance and accuracy

Procedurals can become a dull affair without a strong central storyline and ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ seems to have a solution to that already. A sophisticated Manhattanite, one can only expect a clash between the philosophies of Owen and those held by local Texans. This provides ammo for drama

JRR Tolkien’s son Christopher, who compiled ‘The Silmarillion’ and ‘The History of Middle-earth’, dies aged 95
JRR Tolkien’s son Christopher, who compiled ‘The Silmarillion’ and ‘The History of Middle-earth’, dies aged 95

Christopher was Tolkien’s third and youngest son. He was responsible for editing and publishing much of his father’s work following his death in 1973. He also drew many of the maps detailing the world of Middle Earth that feature in the original ‘The Lord Of The Rings’ books

'The Outsider' Episode 3 promo introduces recurring Stephen King character, unorthodox detective Holly Gibney
'The Outsider' Episode 3 promo introduces recurring Stephen King character, unorthodox detective Holly Gibney

Gibney is a recurring Stephen King character from his ‘Bill Hodges’ trilogy. Holly, who will be played by Cynthia Erivo in ‘The Outsider’, suffers from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, synesthesia, and sensory processing disorder

'The Outsider': Shape-shifting nurse, low camera angles for death scenes and other theories about HBO’s horror
'The Outsider': Shape-shifting nurse, low camera angles for death scenes and other theories about HBO’s horror

After Terry and Ollie’s deaths, when Ralph is at the hospital, the camera angle is low -- almost like seeing it from the point of view of the floor. It was the same when Ollie and Fred were earlier at the mortuary, looking for two coffins -- one for Frankie and the other for Frankie’s mother Mildred

'Work in Progress' Episode 7 promo shows Abby about to confess to Chris about knowing his deadname
'Work in Progress' Episode 7 promo shows Abby about to confess to Chris about knowing his deadname

The promo video for episode 7 sees a panicky Abby contemplating coming clean to Chris. She’s so jumpy that a phone call from Chris sends her over the edge, making her scream in fright

'Work in Progress' Episode 6 explores parent remarriage challenges as Abby takes mom’s ashes to dad’s wedding
'Work in Progress' Episode 6 explores parent remarriage challenges as Abby takes mom’s ashes to dad’s wedding

Even though she seemed happy and energetic at the wedding, mingling with friends and her new family members, in moments of solitude, one could tell she was having a hard time. All throughout the wedding, she kept getting flashbacks of her mother -- especially from the night she died

'Gold Rush: White Water' Season 3 finds Dustin a better leader than grumpy 'Dakota' Fred and results prove it
'Gold Rush: White Water' Season 3 finds Dustin a better leader than grumpy 'Dakota' Fred and results prove it

One has to wonder why Fred doesn’t ease off. Perhaps, he is afraid of losing to his son, a lesser gold miner than he is. And he is already far behind him this season. Or perhaps, he is afraid of his legacy ending on a low note. At 76, one can’t imagine Fred being able to do this for much longer

'BoJack Horseman' Season 6 Part 2 trailer promises hopeful end and redemption with sober BoJack as professor
'BoJack Horseman' Season 6 Part 2 trailer promises hopeful end and redemption with sober BoJack as professor

An older-looking sober BoJack says in the trailer, "I’ve had a lot of what I thought were rock bottoms only to discover other, rockier bottoms underneath"

Syfy’s 'The Magicians' Season 4 finale recap featuring Quentin’s tragic death ahead of Season 5 premiere
Syfy’s 'The Magicians' Season 4 finale recap featuring Quentin’s tragic death ahead of Season 5 premiere

Alice may just be the person hit hardest by the death of Quentin -- they had, after all, just gotten back together before his fatal sacrifice, a sacrifice that returned magic to the world

'Work in Progress' Episode 6 illustrates how deadnaming is transphobic and hampers the transitioning process
'Work in Progress' Episode 6 illustrates how deadnaming is transphobic and hampers the transitioning process

Essentially, the continued use of deadnames, just like the continued use of wrong pronouns for a trans person, is a systematic process of denying trans people their identities

‘The Outsider’ Episode 2’s title ‘Roanoke’ is a reminder of the inexplicable nature of some Stephen King works
‘The Outsider’ Episode 2’s title ‘Roanoke’ is a reminder of the inexplicable nature of some Stephen King works

The story of the lost colony is in no discernable way related or relevant to the story of Frankie’s rape and murder in ‘The Outsider’. But what is relevant is the idea that some things can never be explained, no matter how much one digs around

'The Outsider' Episode 2 gets more supernatural with Terry seemingly in 2 places at once and faceless man
'The Outsider' Episode 2 gets more supernatural with Terry seemingly in 2 places at once and faceless man

There is now ample evidence to suggest Terry was somehow present at two different places at once - in Cherokee Creek and out of town for a conference - on the day, at the time of the murder. There's also the question of the strange, seemingly-faceless man who was present when various deaths occurred

‘Gold Rush: White Water’ Season 3 Episode 9 promo reveals more faulty equipment and safety woes for Fred Hurt
‘Gold Rush: White Water’ Season 3 Episode 9 promo reveals more faulty equipment and safety woes for Fred Hurt

Just like episode 8, they again seem to encounter problems with their winch system. Problems big enough for crewmember Paul Richardson to proclaim, “We are kinda dead in the water right now.” It doesn’t end there. ‘Dakota’ Fred, in one of his dives, encounters a problem with his breathing tube

'Gold Rush: White Water' Season 3 Episode 8 continues Dustin's luck, tensions and danger haunt Fred's camp
'Gold Rush: White Water' Season 3 Episode 8 continues Dustin's luck, tensions and danger haunt Fred's camp

'Dakota' Fred's curt attitude was getting to his step-daughter Kayla. Despite fault in the machinery, Fred snapped at her. This did not help the tension between Kayla and Fred, who had been sniping at each other for some time now.

HBO’s ‘The Outsider’ premiere finds its thrills in eerily calm but violent moments in tranquil southern town
HBO’s ‘The Outsider’ premiere finds its thrills in eerily calm but violent moments in tranquil southern town

The hair-raising tranquility of ‘The Outsider’ is in the tiniest of moments that appear giant even if there, for but a split second. The first and the only shot of the dead boy, his neck and back mauled bloody. Even that momentary glimpse stays with you throughout and after

'The Healing Powers of Dude' is a miss as viewers find Netflix show superficial and unrealistically feel-good
'The Healing Powers of Dude' is a miss as viewers find Netflix show superficial and unrealistically feel-good

“This show may confuse people more than ever before about the differences between Service Dogs and ESA's (Emotional Support Animals)," wrote a viewer; while another said, “A bit like ‘extrovert adopts you, forces you into social situations and your social anxiety just disappears in ... three weeks"

The Healing Powers of Dude’s good intentions fail to translate to screen like Netflix’s ‘Atypical’ did
The Healing Powers of Dude’s good intentions fail to translate to screen like Netflix’s ‘Atypical’ did

It is difficult to call a show, which discusses mental health, trite. But it is. The parents are caricatures of the overly supportive archetype. The young sister is a caricature of the worldly-wise, mature-for-her-age little girl archetype. And Noah’s friends are also somewhat stereotypical

'Sanditon' serves as a cruel reminder of the prudish Brits and their weird 'bathing machines'
'Sanditon' serves as a cruel reminder of the prudish Brits and their weird 'bathing machines'

They were very popular devices right from the 18th century till the early 20th century. Essentially wheeled rooms, these devices allowed people to change out of their usual clothes into swimwear, and wade right into the ocean.

‘Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector’ Episode 1 indicates NBC series will end up a formulaic procedural
‘Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector’ Episode 1 indicates NBC series will end up a formulaic procedural

Hornsby is not bad in the show at all. But for a show that comes from a rich literary source, however, his character is a little too two-dimensional and tame. And that’s not a problem strictly related to just Hornsby’s character. It is the defining theme of the whole show

'Fargo' Season 4: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and everything about installment starring Chris Rock
'Fargo' Season 4: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and everything about installment starring Chris Rock

According to the show’s creator Noah Hawley, “This year, we’re really looking at the origins of the American capital crime, which is the exploitation of cheap labor. It took a long time for those people working to break into what we consider mainstream America”

'Mrs America': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and everything about FX's series on Equal Rights Amendment
'Mrs America': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and everything about FX's series on Equal Rights Amendment

The show, based in the '70s tells the story through the eyes of various second-wave feminists like Gloria Steinem, Betty Friedan, Shirley Chisholm, Bella Abzug, and Jill Ruckelshaus

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