Peter Hermann And I Get Really Deep About The Meaning Of Love
Traditional rom-coms present us with a series of entertaining bumps in relationships, usually with engagement or marriage being an endgame.
Jennifer Vineyard
'The Nanny' Pilot Still Slaps After All These Years
Welcome to Retro Recaps, where we revisit your favorite old shows and give them the modern recap treatment that they always deserved.
Brian Moylan
Hey 'Gilmore Girls' Fans, Enough With The Marty Erasure, OK?
We often talk about the Gilmore Girls women because, well, that's the show.
Tara Bitran
Our Podcast Tells The Story Of The Gone-Too-Soon 'Happy Endings'
In some sense, they should have seen it coming — after all, naming your series Happy Endings is inviting a jinx, right?
Kate Ward
Emily Was Right To Feel Betrayed By Richard & His Lunches With Pennilyn On 'Gilmore Girls'
Close your eyes and picture this: You're married to someone for 39 years and you think you know all there is to know about them.
Tara Bitran
Our 'Pop Chaser' Podcast Talks 'Stranger Things' Theories & Bad Karaoke
The Stranger Things Season 4 trailer might have been released, but there's truly nothing scarier than more news out of the cursed Bachelor 2021 season. And we go over it all in our latest episode of our daily pop culture podcast, Pop Chaser.
Kate Ward
If Cole Sprouse Isn't At The 'Friends' Reunion, I Don't Want It
I honestly cannot remember a time when we were not all waiting for the Friends reunion to happen.
Olivia Truffaut-Wong
'Pop Chaser' Podcast Talks 'SATC,' Sad Ben Affleck, & Poutine
For Allison Piwowarski and I, the co-hosts of our daily podcast Pop Chaser, yesterday was a poutine of a day. Meaning, like fries topped with cheese curds topped with gravy, it was an embarrassment of riches.
Kate Ward
Our Podcast Looks At How 'Sex And The City' Changed TV... And The World
As Oscar Wilde once said, "Sex is about power."
Kate Ward
Introducing 'The Slut Pig Podcast,' From Christian Gray Snow
Bethenny Frankel might be gone from our TV screens, but, luckily, Christian Gray Snow is in your ears, mentioning it all.
Kate Ward