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  1. unbreakable kimmy schmidt
    Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 2 First LookRemember that dog? His anus is still purely decorative.
  2. Here’s Your First Look at Blue Oscar Isaac in X-Men: ApocalypseWhy so cerulean?
  3. spoilers
    Entertainment Weekly Leaks Major Grey’s Anatomy SpoilerDo not click this link if you were planning on watching tonight’s episode.
  4. Read a New Oral History About the Birth of ‘South Park’Entertainment Weekly has a new South Park oral history out today, and it’s a great look into how Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s “The Spirit of […]
  5. Can Empire’s High Ratings Cure Lucious’s ALS?Lucious Lyon’s ALS diagnosis may not be as fatal as they’ve been spinning it.
  6. damnit jerry!
    Jerry Ruined Parks and Recreation’s Cover ShootDamn it, Jerry!
  7. movies
    According to the Interstellar Magazine Covers, There Is No Color in SpaceThis is space, guys! It’s serious.
  8. Matt Walsh, Rob Corddry, Donald Faison, and Rob Huebel Are Tired of Being […]Entertainment Weekly recently put together this PSA from some of Hollywood’s finest character actors including Matt Walsh, Rob Corddry, Donald […]
  9. Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant Look Back at ‘Reno 911!’ and a Possible […]Entertainment Weekly ran an interview with Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant yesterday all about their beloved Comedy Central series Reno 911!, from […]
  10. Tig Notaro Is Hosting a New Web Talk Show for ‘EW’ Entertainment Weekly debuted this new web series hosted by comedian Tig Notaro today. Called Up Close with Tig Notaro, it’s a talk show in […]
  11. What Makes a Comedy a Comedy?Since the announcement of this year’s Golden Globe nominations, a debate has sparked over the Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy nominees. […]
  12. There’s a Poster for Patton Oswalt’s ‘Star Wars’ Sequel RantEarlier this week, NBC posted a video on YouTube of Patton Oswalt going on an eight-minute rant about his dream Star Wars sequel on Parks and […]
  13. the hobbit
    See Entertainment Weekly’s Hobbit Collector CoversFeaturing Bilbo, Gandalf, Gollum, and Thorin.
  14. What to Expect from ‘Girls’ Season 2 Entertainment Weekly has an exclusive first look at Girls’ new season, which premieres on HBO on January 13th. WARNING: MILD SPOILERS […]
  15. ‘The Larry Sanders Show’ Cast Reunites and Garry Shandling (Wisely) […]Entertainment Weekly reunited some classic TV and movie casts for this month’s reunion issue, including Arrested Development, Cheers, and […]
  16. loose threads
    Hilaria Thomas’s Emmys Gown Was Lost; Victoria’s Secret’s Not-So-Sexy GeishaPlus, Marks & Spencer is selling a ton of nude pumps, thanks to Kate Middleton.
  17. clickables
    See Spidey-Suited Andrew Garfield’s Entertainment Weekly CoverLookin’ good.
  18. Why Adam Scott Was Left Off Entertainment Weekly’s Parks and Rec CoverYesterday I wondered about the odd exclusion of Adam Scott from the photo on the cover of the latest Entertainment Weekly. Here’s the man […]
  19. Entertainment Weekly Dubs Parks and Rec ‘TV’s Smartest Comedy’This week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly features the gang from Parks and Rec (save a conspicuously absent Adam Scott) on the cover and the […]
  20. departures
    What We Learned About Stephen King During His Seven-Year Entertainment Weekly StintIncluding his love for “Mambo No. 5.”
  21. Enough Is Enough With ‘SNL Isn’t Funny Anymore’The moment Murray, Belushi and Aykroyd left, it started to be “cool” to dis SNL. You’ve heard the criticisms. When Entertainment Weekly’s Annie […]
  22. movies
    Entertainment Weekly Suffers Major Sex and the City 2 Photoshop DisasterCynthia Nixon’s head! Unbelievable.
  23. media deathwatch
    Entertainment Weekly Publisher OutThat, and the rest of today’s saddening media news. Just in time for the ASMEs!
  24. lists
    Entertainment Weekly Tastefully Omits Twilight Helmer From List of Greatest DirectorsIt’s a terrible list, but we’ll give credit where it’s due — at least Catherine Hardwicke’s not on it.
  25. media deathwatch
    Video-Game Magazines Latest Victims of Print’s StrugglesMinus 12 HP.
  26. beef
    EW Slaps Warner Bros. With Year-End CoverAt last, revenge for screwing up its Fall Preview issue four months ago.
  27. media deathwatch
    NPR Is Philosophical About CutbacksToday on soon-to-be-axed radio show ‘Day to Day’? Job prospects for laid-off journalists!
  28. beef
    Seth MacFarlane Named ‘Smartest Person on TV,’ Ken Tucker Promptly Keels OverThe long and contentious war between Seth MacFarlane and ‘Entertainment Weekly’ seems to be over … or is it?
  29. early and awesome
    ‘Entertainment Weekly’ Re-Creates Controversial Obama-As-Terrorist ‘New Yorker’ CoverAnd they did it with Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart, even better than the original!
  30. vulture lists
    10 Goofy Pairings in the EW ‘New Classics’ ListsReally, ‘EW’? ‘The Lion King’ is better than ‘Schindler’s List’?
  31. apropos of nothing
    You’re Not the Only One Hoping ‘The Love Guru’ FlopsA hilarious new ‘EW’ profile of Mike Myers says that many who’ve worked with him can’t stand the guy.
  32. gossipmonger
    Celine Dion Is F—ing With the Cast of ‘Spring Awakening’The cast of Spring Awakening likes watching the parody video “Celine Dion Is Fucking Amazing” before taking the stage. Jamie Johnson’s The One Percent, the second movie he’s made about rich Upper East Siders, premieres tonight. Alice + Olive designer Stacey Bendet got engaged to Eric Eisner, son of former Disney chief Michael Eisner. Entertainment Weekly canceled its annual Oscar-night viewing party at Elaine’s. Mary-Kate Olsen hung out with pals at old standby the Bowery Hotel on Friday.
  33. strike zone
    Could a DGA Deal This Week End the Writers’ Strike?But the news isn’t all smiley faces on placards! Plus, the true victims of the strike: entertainment journalists.
  34. the best part
    Diablo Cody’s ‘EW’ Back-Page Column Is At Least Better Than Stephen King’sThe Juno screenwriter takes on the magazine feature so cursed that even Dalton Ross can’t make it fun.
  35. apropos of nothing
    Honestly, ‘Entertainment Weekly,’ Is This the Smartest Man in Hollywood?Worst. List. Ever.
  36. apropos of nothing
    ‘Entertainment Weekly’ Develops Ingenious Method for Scientifically Measuring the Absurdity of ‘24’Are we in the midst of a Cold War of absurd-o-meter escalation?
  37. ranters and ravers
    ‘Harry Potter‘: Finally, Out-of-Touch 60-Year-Olds Weigh In!Christopher Hitchens and Stephen King have their say.
  38. party lines
    Rihanna the Only Must at ‘EW’ Event We’ve rarely seen product whoring as skillfully integrated with event design as it was at last night’s Entertainment Weekly “Must List” party. Some of the décor didn’t quite make sense, like the two lifeguard booths smack in the middle of Gotham Hall. There was a giant sculpture of the number 25, which we later discovered was made of Diet Coke bottles. (You’d think Coke was having an anniversary or something.) And Garnier Fructis was in charge of the margaritas, which not only looked like shampoo but kind of tasted like it, too.
  39. ranters and ravers
    ‘Notes from the Underbelly’: We Hate Babies. Also: Jokes.
  40. gossipmonger
    So There Was Some Awards Thing Last Night?Forest Whitaker and other Oscar revelers celebrated at parties. In New York, celebrity viewers were either at Elaine’s, with EW, or the Spotted Pig, with New York. Brandon Davis ruined Paris Hilton’s birthday party by harassing Paula Abdul and Courtney Love. Ron Burkle had George Clooney, Beyoncé, Clint Eastwood, and a bevy of other celebs over his house for a private Giorgio Armani runway show. Harvey Weinstein used direct-marketing techniques to get Rosario Dawson and Lindsay Lohan to come to a party. To which Cameron Diaz showed up with Tyrese. Courteney Cox spent at least $750,000 on a Damien Hirst. Josh Hartnett brought Helena Christensen back to his room at the Chateau Marmont. VanityFair.com’s Jessica Coen left the Miramax Oscar party because it smelled too good, missed Ben Affleck and Helen Mirren.