The story is as old as the nation is, an expert tells TIME
With over 11 million mentions, the Netflix teen drama is causing a stir online
Thanks to the ad-tech boom, advertisers today have endless options. The post The Real Reason the Online Uprising Against Bill O’Reilly Worked appeared first on WIRED.
The truth is still out there
Dozens of advertisers have pulled commercials from the show in light of the allegations
Angie’s List joins a growing list of companies pulling ads from Bill O’Reilly’s show
Hard as it is to believe, the characters on Game of Thrones are all part of one big old family: HBO. In a series of new promos featuring characters from all its original programming, the cable giant gave us a little tease of new Game of Thrones costumes, and the giant crossover show we didn’t know we wanted.
All three ads show characters laughing, singing, exhaling (and in the case of The Leftovers, smoking) until they match the the note that introduces every HBO show.
The good folks at Screencrush compiled all the Game of Thrones costumes into a handy little gallery, but you should watch the video promos for the full effect of everyone singing the same note (and Hodor contributing his usual two cents). Read more…
Michaela Coel has spun her life experiences into jokes that drive Chewing Gum
YouTube TV has arrived, and with it the potential to change how television works. The post YouTube TV Goes Live in Google’s Biggest Swipe at Comcast Yet appeared first on WIRED.
Did someone say Cleganebowl?
The controversial talk show host didn’t hold back
Stareable is an online guide to the new world of web TV
What’s better than brains? FRIENDSHIP — probably. Liv and her human colleagues are back for a new season of iZombie, where there’s blood, bonding, and yes — brains.
Season 2 ended with the discovery of a whole team of zombies in Seattle, and Season 3 looks poised to pit the undead against the living — though probably not, if Liv has any say in it.
iZombie returns April 4. Read more…
This guy needs a beer, or at least a brief explainer of 20th century American plays.
A contestant on “America’s #1 game show!” Wheel of Fortune blew what was quite possibly one of the easiest puzzles in game show history on Tuesday night.
All he had to do was guess the remaining letter in this title to win the round: “A STREETCAR NA_ED DESIRE.”
You don’t have to be freakin’ Tennessee Williams to know the answer, and yet this contestant gave the letter “K.” Yes, K!
Aren’t those moans from the crowd just painful? Naturally, Twitter was ablaze with people wondering just how? How could this happen? Read more…
And when new ones will premiere
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