If you, like me, didn’t have 90 minutes to spare this past Sunday to find out what kind of confusion Westworld Season 2 would end on, you probably spent the next day dodging spoilers. It’s times like these where the “mute” option on Twitter is a busy movie and TV fan’s best friend...
Elizabeth Olsen won’t be the only familiar face in your feed. Reports indicate the Avengers: Infinity War star’s new Facebook (yes, Facebook) drama has picked up a new recruit from a galaxy far, far away, as Kelly Marie Tran joins the cast.
Don’t get confused if Elizabeth Olsen suddenly pops up in your timeline. The Avengers star is heading to TV (ish) as Facebook picks up a new half-hour streaming dramedy with Olsen doing what we all use Facebook for – stalking exes.
It’s official – Facebook is finally making the leap into its own original series. Not only has the social network picked up a scripted comedy by rescuing MTV’s Loosely Exactly Nicole, but also a new reality competition from American Ninja Warrior producers.
There’s no one definition to “TV” anymore, considering half of our most-watched series are easily binged on a phone. Great shows can come from unorthodox places, and Facebook might be getting ready to stretch that definition further with its own line of original and scripted content.
The end of the year brings a surplus of ranked lists enumerating the best offerings of film in the past twelve months. Some come from huge samplings of voters, such as the annual Village Voice poll of American and international film critics, and others still reflect the tastes and preferences of one person or publication, such as the idiosyncratic rankings that John Waters publishes every December