Sometimes she made it. Sometimes she faked it. Twenty years after Lizzie McGuire's TV debut, the cast and creatives reflect on the groundbreaking Disney Channel series—and ill-fated reboot.
The story of friendship between a South African exchange student and a Black American girl grappled with police brutality, privilege, and racial slurs.
We talked to all your favorite Camp Waziyatah campers and counselors 20 years after the summer camp reality show first aired.
I remembered the episode titled "Culture Shock" as an exciting, rare moment of representation for Muslim Americans like me. In reality, it was simply a caricature-like depiction that I was embarrassed to revisit.
Child actress Kimberly J. Brown has used her most famous role to create a second career as a Halloween expert.
From the duff-puff to pleather panties, we've been with her all the way.
The former Disney star has aggressively courted gay audiences during his promotional tour for his first album. Are his intentions good, or is he looking to exploit gay listeners? I spent two months investigating Jonas in the context of gay history to...
This week, I attended the London production of Speed-the-Plow, David Mamet’s satirical take on the American movie business, which stars Lindsay Lohan as a mysterious girl with nothing to bank on except her sexuality.