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Culture

This Season of 'BoJack Horseman' Is the Show's Darkest Yet

Here's why you should tune in to season five of the critically-acclaimed Netflix series. Very light spoilers ahead.
Beckett Mufson
9.14.18
tv

What 'Westworld' Fans Can Expect from Season Two

An interview with the actor Clifton Collins Jr. about side hustles and what the second season of 'Westworld' has in store for viewers.
Seth Ferranti
4.23.18
the simpsons

The Tragicomic Genius of Marge Simpson

Without Marge, 'The Simpsons' is nothing. On the show's 30th anniversary, it's worth looking back at her best moments.
Patrick Marlborough
4.24.17
Burgers

Cult TV Show 'Bob's Burgers' Wacky Burger Creations Just Became a Reality

A handful of LA chefs have decided to take such pun-tastic burgers as the “We’re Here, We’re Gruyere, Get Used to It” and the “Paranormal Pepper Jack-tivity" from the screen to the table.
Hillary Eaton
1.3.17
Culture

Remembering C. Martin Croker, the Weird Genius Behind 'Space Ghost: Coast to Coast'

Clay Martin Croker has passed away aged 54. He inspired everyone from Tim and Eric, to Hannibal Buress, and Eric Andre.
Patrick Marlborough
9.20.16
coffee shops

Inside the Brooklyn Cafe Inspired by Breaking Bad

Walter’s Coffee Roasters reimagines what it would have been like if Walter White had worried about where to source his beans, rather than his methylamine.
Brad Cohen
9.12.16
Stuff

'Moral Orel' Is the Most Depressing Adult Swim Show of All-Time

On the tenth anniversary of the satirical stop-motion show, we talked to creator Dino Stamatopoulos about how it depicted the American family in a way The Simpsons never could.
Brad Stabler
12.26.15
Film

'Star Trek' Is Coming Back to TV

"Live long and prosper" is exactly what the series is about to do, come 2017.
DJ Pangburn
11.2.15
Art

Street Artists Sabotage 'Homeland' with Anti-'Homeland' Graffiti

So, how'd they get away with it? "Set designers were too frantic to pay any attention to us," the artists explain.
TCP Staff
10.15.15
Gaming

A Legendary Game Show Returns—with You as the Star

'The Crystal Maze' is back and more of a puzzler than ever.
Giaco Furino
10.6.15
Film

This Week's 'Black Jesus' Has a Heavenly Secret

'Black Jesus' is back, and cutting as ever.
Annie Armstrong
9.24.15
Film

The Live Virtual Reality Game Show Is Not Your Parents' TV

A whole new kind of game show is heading to Norway, so we had Richard Karn of 'Family Feud' and David Ruprecht of 'Supermarket Sweep' weigh in.
Giaco Furino
8.1.15
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