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Adam Levine Sang the Sesame Street Theme as Michael Jackson

Here’s Maroon 5 front-man and Voice judge Adam Levine joining Jimmy Fallon in a game of “musical impressions,” in which each take turns singing a different song in the style of a particular famous artist, including Michael Jackson, Iggy Azalea and Eddie Vedder. While musical impressions have long been Fallon’s … More »

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Brittany Murphy’s Father Slams Actress Playing His Daughter in Lifetime Biopic

Lifetime’s made-on-a-shoestring Brittany Murphy biopic The Brittany Murphy Story airs September 6th, and it does not look promising. As our own Margaret Lyons wrote: “There are amateur pornos made at a higher quality. There are Chihuahuas wearing better, more believable wigs.” Well, turns out Brittany Murphy’s father Angelo Bertolotti agrees … More »

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We Shall Now Discuss the Bananas Season 5 of Beverly Hills, 90210

All this week on Vulture, we’re discussing the hugely influential 1994–95 network television season, with the likes of newbies Friends, ER, and My So-Called Life hobnobbing on the fall schedule with returning future classics such as Seinfeld, The Simpsons, and The X-Files. We just counted down the season’s 100 best episodes. Up now: Vulture … More »

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Let’s Discuss the Bananas Season 5 of Beverly Hills, 90210

All this week on Vulture, we’re discussing the hugely influential 1994–95 network television season, with the likes of newbies Friends, ER, and My So-Called Life hobnobbing on the fall schedule with returning future classics such as Seinfeld, The Simpsons, and The X-Files. We just counted down the season’s 100 best episodes. Up now: Vulture … More »

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The 100 Best Episodes of the 1994–95 TV Season

Vulture is revisiting the 1994–95 TV season all week long. Joe Adalian makes the case that it was “one of network TV’s last truly great seasons, which means there are a lot of good shows to choose from — but rather than rank the shows, we’re going one step beyond to round up the … More »

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Why 1994-95 Was One of Network TV’s Last Truly Great Seasons

Network TV these days is often used not as a descriptor, but as an epithet: “Oh, that show’s not bad for network TV.” “I can’t believe they gave all those Emmy Awards to network TV shows.” “Who cares about the new fall shows on network TV? When does The Walking Dead come back?” As another television … More »

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Hear More of Kanye West’s Sweet Ode to Kim Kardashian, ‘Awesome’

On last night’s season finale of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, we got a small — tiny, really — glimpse of the Kimye wedding. (It was no Kim’s Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event.) Since Kanye likes to keep things secret, most of the episode revolved around Khloe’s pre-wedding hangover and … More »

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Broad City Season 1, Episode 8 Recap: The Trifecta

A lot of people would be tempted to say that New York City is the third cast member, since it features so prominently in this episode; and those people are not only lazy, but completely wrong. The secret about New York City is that it does not give a shit … More »

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Under the Dome Recap: Please Find Another Exit

After a weird, nonsensical cut from last week’s closer to this week’s opener, Big Jim stands befuddled at the reappearance of his presumed-dead wife. His confusion turns, comically, jaw-clenchingly, to anger. Jim assumes Pauline is another menacing dome-vision, like bullet-wounded Dodee. (Foreshadowing.) Pauline explains that she faked her death because … More »

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How Did Your Favorite Returning Shows End Last Season? A Refresher

Labor Day is over and September is here, which means television is about to return! And if you’re a little hazy on what happened in all those season finales back in May, we’ve got your cheat sheet. Click for a quick recap of where things left off on The Mindy … More »

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How Bad Was the Saved By the Bell Movie?

The halls of Bayside High were pretty boring. That’s the takeaway from Lifetime’s heavily promoted, blandly executed TV movie on the making of ’Saved By the Bell.’

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It’ll Take More Than Bombs to Stop ISIS

The group’s recruiting message to disaffected Muslims in the West is sophisticated and modern. No amount of air strikes will counter that.

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Kate Middleton Goes to Springfield

The Duchess of Cambridge is one of the most photographed women in the world. Now an artist has transformed her to look like a member of one of TV’s most famous families.

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Lars Von Trier Is Making a TV Drama Series

Controversial Danish film director Lars Von Trier (Melancholia, Nymphomaniac) is turning his attention to the small screen, with a “high-end TV drama series” titled The House that Jack Built. This is Von Trier’s first TV project in two decades, since creating the cult Danish horror miniseries The Kingdom back in 1994. Producer Louise Vesth … More »

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Sean Astin on The Strain, Prosthetic Makeup, and His Most Iconic Roles

When Vulture spoke with Sean Astin earlier this week about the events of last night’s episode of The Strain, he admitted that our question about whether he saw a thematic connection between the FX horror drama, which involves concentration-camp flashbacks, and Number the Stars, the Lois Lowry novel he has … More »

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Masters of Sex Recap: Lingering Issues

To be completely candid, so many pieces shifted in last week’s Masters of Sex that I had a little trouble reorienting myself when I sat down to watch last night’s episode – in many ways, it was close to an hour of me saying, “Oh, RIGHT” aloud to myself. Oh, … More »

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The Strain Recap: Yawn of the Dead

For seven weeks, The Strain’s locations have spread across New York City like strigoi themselves. (Or, if Eph prefers, “the transformative disease.”) But with the exception of its opening scene, which picks back up underneath Grand Central and shows us both a gravely concerned Abe and acutely wounded Eichhorst (yay), … More »

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Outlander Recap: We Are Left Thirsty for a Mere Glimpse of Jamie’s Bare Torso

Welcome to our weekly recap of Outlander. Like Game of Thrones, this Starz drama is based on a series of best-selling novels that many viewers have yet to read. We therefore ask that book fans refrain from posting comments that might spoil upcoming plotlines for anyone sampling this show without … More »

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Doctor Who Recap: Familiar Voyage

After 50 years of Dalek stories, it cannot be easy coming up with something that hasn’t been done before — something that can also be realized on the TV screen. Having exhausted our view of the Daleks from the outside, the show takes viewers inside of one, in an episode that … More »

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Zen, Motorcycles, and the Cult of Tech

Robert Pirsig’s 1974 oddball classic ‘Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance’ reflects the malaise of its era and prefigures our own technophiliac age.

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