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TV Party: Punker Than Thou

3 days ago by Lina Lecaro
The new Epix series Punk  has all the usual suspects as authorities sharing their perspectives about the genre, and showcasing the sonic belligerence and brilliance of the music. It's a fun ride, with highlights including every scene with Johnny Rotten in Part 2, airing Monday, March 18.

Time for Tea: LGBTQ on TV at PaleyFest LA

5 days ago by Michael Cooper
PaleyFest, which kicks off on Friday, March 15, benefits the Paley Center's preservation and archival digitization efforts, and the 2019 lineup shows the increasing representation of LGBTQ characters on TV today with a wide range of programs. We break them down for you here by event date.

TV Party: Binging Luke Perry and Banishing Michael Jackson

10 days ago by Lina Lecaro
TV has felt more like a pity party than a celebratory pastime this week, but sharing it — on social media especially — seems to be bringing us together and inspiring important conversations, even if emotions are mixed. The death of a beloved Gen-X–era TV star and the debut of a shocking documentary about an already departed icon have left a lot of us feeling somber and conflicted, maybe even questioning the way we think about pop culture forever.

TV Party: Watch Revealing Documentaries and the Oscars This Weekend

24 days ago by Lina Lecaro
It’s been a pretty terrible and triggering week for a lot of us and this weekend you have two options: escape and watch Disney movies all weekend on Amazon (we do have to prep for the new Toy Story and Frozen sequels, after all) or face the sick realities of modern society and delve into some timely documentaries that explore our sad, mad, predatory world. If you pick the latter, we recommend Surviving R. Kelly, Lorena and Abducted in Plain Sight. And oh yeah, The Oscars on Sunday.

TV Party: Reality Belts on New Seasons of The Voice, American Idol, The World's Best

17 days ago by Lina Lecaro
After Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper showed the world how it’s done with their intimate Oscars duet, a lot of us are craving more epic live vocal performance on TV. Reality talent TV season is in full swing, and even if you love to hate ’em, they can be fun to watch. Just put them on as what we like to call “background buzz” — half-watching fare while you do the dishes, clean up your email inbox, etc. This week we survey the ones to watch — half-assed and full-head/whole body.

TV Party: Watch Masked Singers, Awkward Tweens, Shady Lawyers and Air Jordans This Week

1 month ago by Lina Lecaro
From The Masked Singer to Pen15, there's some weird and wonderful stuff to watch this week on Fox and Hulu.

TV Party: What to Watch/Stream/Binge Right Now

2 months ago by Lina Lecaro
Black History Month programming, Drop the Mic and Super Bowl LIII are our top picks to watch live on cable, on-demand or via streaming services.

TV Party: Get Ready for Grammys and Netflix Picks You Shouldn't Chill Through

1 month ago by Lina Lecaro
You know it was a bad Super Bowl when the only thing anyone talked about afterward was Adam Levine's terrible tattoos (which got more hater chatter than the snoozer game and the meh commercials put together). Next week we'll all be talking about The Grammys and Netflix's Big Mouth. But we also recommend catching up or rewatching Netflix's The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Marie Kondo's Tidying Up and Queer Eye. Here's why.

Extra Dirt, Part 2: Jeff Tremaine

15 hours ago by Brett Callwood
After 10 interviews for the recent Mötley Crüe and The Dirt cover feature, we were left with many thousands of words of transcription, much of it fantastic. But, of course, you can only fit so much into a 2,500-word feature. So allow us to share some of the unused material as we approach the film's release. Here's director Jeff Tremaine.

Esotouric Explores the Seedy Underbelly and Fascinating History of L.A.

6 days ago by Lina Lecaro
Providing bus tours based on themes such as author, cultural figure or criminal genre, Esotouric's husband-and-wife team Kim Cooper and Richard Schave since 2007 have been educating visitors and locals alike about the hidden history of places we might pass by every day. With multiple tours of Los Angeles–area crime-scene locations, architectural marvels and other notable sites, they offer experiences full of music, mayhem and murder that are educational, salacious and revelatory.


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