Jharrel Jerome deserves to be recognized for his performance in the original Netflix series.
Who didn’t hate gym class? But before you say, ‘sports are dumb,’ hear me out.
Worst case scenario, you could always live out in the woods for free.
Elana K. Arnold’s latest young adult novel subverts the typical damsel-in-distress storyline to say something bigger.
The Austin-born, LA-based duo chats new cities, career analogies and potion recipes.
The Nashville dark-pop savant is combining his confessional songwriting with a sultry, haunting sound.
The diy musician and performance artist wants to radically transform the music industry, and so far she’s succeeded.
Straight out of the forests of Norway, Aurora puts a violent twist on environmentalism and what it means to be a woman on her latest release.
Between pictures of dogs and celebrity selfies, Instagram can be a great source of advice for all of your college needs.
This YouTube channel is showing how interesting a bunch of racing marbles can be.
Meet Instagram’s most original (and most controversial) influencer.
Drag is so much more than competing for a crown.
According to science, no less!
Brief, visually stunning and thought-provoking, these videos were made with marijuana in mind.
Stay sexy and read this book.
The advocacy group uses DNA evidence to exonerate guiltless prisoners, just like the Central Park 5.
Time to meet Chuck Person, Blank Banshee, Saint Pepsi and George Clanton.
In the newest installment of ‘Lego Star Wars,’ all nine of the classic films will be represented, brick by entertaining brick.
The redundancy of this new season is like something that you’d find in an actual ‘Black Mirror’ episode.
This callous billionaire asks: What price would you pay to have it all?
Just admit it. Cheesy romances hit the spot.
Jam out or binge-watch? With these soundtracks, you can do both.
Find a comfortable spot, because you won’t be able to put these books down.
What’s better than ruling in hell or serving in heaven? This chemistry.
The patriarchy is trembling.
If you really want to support the queer community, here are several ways to cut out the corporate middlemen.
I know you might hate her, but hear me out.
Of the 35 ‘Godzilla’ films ever made, who belongs on the reptilian Mount Rushmore?
‘Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass’ promises a chapbook composed of her signature lyricism. Is that a good thing?
The queen of daytime talk may be calling it quits.
FX’s surreal drama flips the world of superheroes on its head.
Big thanks to Jordan Peele and A24, specifically.
Born from Stan Twitter and the ashes of early Britney rises Slayyyter, in all her glittery glory.
‘Happiness Begins’ suffers from high expectations and an apathetic output.
Reading has never been easier.
‘Period. End of Sentence.’ And the beginning of her future.
The song is a perfect introduction to the band’s mobile game and its focus on following your dreams.
Something good can come from even the worst of breakups.
Scott’s empowering performance as Princess Jasmine will leave you ‘speechless.’
There’s more to Elton John than his trademark sunglasses.
Ava DuVernay’s four-part Netflix series does not shy away from reaving just how broken the U.S. justice system is.
HBO’s remake of the Philip Pullman trilogy will embrace the controversy at the series’s heart, rather than sidestep it.
The fantasy writer’s intricate world-building, filled with faeries and lore, has been enchanting readers for almost two decades.
Here’s a hint: it’s not just writing.
Who says you can’t have an illness and still slay the runway?
And what a save it was.
Beyond outstanding performances from its main actors, “Good Omens” does not exactly deliver us from evil.
The series has more than enough monsters, mayhem and mystery to keep fans entertained until ‘Stranger Things’ returns.
The Jonas Brothers are back with a new outlook on life and a new album that is sure to define the summer of 2019.
First and foremost, it is okay to cry and then cry some more.
Dust off your House robes, Potterheads: There are four new Harry Potter eBooks slated for release this summer.
Here are the top five games in the franchise to get you into the “Zelda” zone.
Except ‘Slumdog Millionaire.’
The album that caters to, literally, every personality type.
Make this the summer of self-growth.
Everything you need to know before diving both pieces of work.
Fall is Coming: Freshmen, get ready!
Boredom no more.
Yes, there is such a thing as studying too much.
Netflix and Gina Rodriguez nailed it.
‘Lucid’ is a safe space for inclusivity, representation and inner strength.
The film uses science fiction to shed light on searing social issues.
A Great Big World is not afraid to break barriers and challenge people to change.
Adulting 101 for your summer reading list.
Don’t let these fly under your radar, or you’ll miss out on some truly weird and wonderful games.
And what it says about the American stance on LGBTQ rights in 2019.
This miniseries makes humanity look in the mirror to find the monster.
The musical ‘Rocketman’ is like no other biopic, mixing in a little magic to tell the story of Elton John’s rise to stardom.
Just say it. You miss it.
Finally, something good happening on YouTube.
Here’s why you should catch up before the finale.
Why attending a PWI can feel like you’ve overcome one hurtle in life just to be met with another.
These YouTubers will help you achieve the best “I woke up like this” hairstyles.
Good for your wallet. Even better for the planet.
As the band’s members have grown, their sound has changed. Some fans aren’t happy about that.
It’s permanent, so you better not mess it up.
And why shouldn’t he?
Yes, we still need to talk about this.
Team Freewill may be retiring from ‘Supernatural,’ but that doesn’t mean you have to give up monsters, ghouls and other creepy creatures that haunt the night.
This music student knows passion when he sees it.
Fans aren’t too happy about the new comedy but, as a mixed person, I see some potential.
Jameela Jamil wants you to change the way you see, not the way you look.
In the series, pastry chef Claire Saffitz walks viewers through the process of turning favorite childhood snacks into gourmet treats.
The re-emergence of the cowboy trope could be telling of a much larger shift in the political landscape.
DC Comics’ offer to the world of streaming sounds great in theory, but does not live up to the hype.
Fans are clamoring for the further adventures of the beloved, scruffy-looking nerf herder.
Your next furry companion will thank you.
It’s never too late to learn.
‘Adventure Time’ and ‘Steven Universe’ have both taken bold steps to normalize queer relationships in children’s television.
The FX hit is a celebration of drama, drag culture and sharp screenwriting.
At this point, it’s hard to rule anything out.
Get your hustle on, poolside.
The touching tale of pen pals, outcasts and chocolate hot dogs deserves a second act.
In higher education, it’s survival of the fittest.
It’s biased, it’s unscripted and it’s incredibly funny.
The series will make you so confused, you’ll stop thinking and start laughing.
After a disappointing second season, ‘Westworld’ is changing things up by (kind of) going back to its roots.
How to have culturally rich time even if you’re a financially broke student.
If you’re struggling or simply need someone to talk to, it should be option No. 1.
The meltdown of child stars is, apparently, no longer limited to the silver screen.
The recent bills passed in a handful of Southern states are wildly problematic.
Using her #MakeMySize hashtag, the 12ish Style blogger is bringing transparency to plus-sized clothing.
Did your favorite make the cut?
One look at it proves that Snapchat should leave journalism to literally anybody else.
Steer clear, now and the other 11 months of the year.
His last album marked a stark break from its predecessors. So does ‘IGOR.’
There are, after all, other sins in Sin City.