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Things We Saw Today: Where You Lead, I Will Follow This “Fixed” Gilmore Girls Intro

Something I know I sorely missed while watching through Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life was the classic title sequence.

Pro Golfer Paige Spiranac Speaks Out About Online Harassment For Being Female While Golfing and Social Media-ing

23-year-old pro golfer Paige Spiranac is currently in Dubai to play in the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic, a women’s European Tour played in the Middle East.

Hope Is Not Lost: Most-Shared Election Tweet Was Hillary Clinton’s Post-Election Message to Little Girls - It is found.

2016 has been rough, and the Internet, for all its ability to bring people together, hasn’t seemed entirely helpful—and, at times, has seemed to be one of the biggest parts of the problem.

SyFy Orders Superstition, Your New Favorite Show About a Creepy Small Town, To Series

There’s nothing creepier than a small town full of secrets which might explain why Syfy ordered Superstition to a series of 13 episodes.

Full Frontal Interviews a Self-Described “Fake News Provider” About Satirizing the News

We’ve all heard the uproar about “fake news” affecting voters’ choices ever since the election, and the conversation about who bears responsibility for disseminating inaccurate news has begun.

Epcot’s Got a Death Star (Death Star) Got a Death Star (Death Star) … - To all you Vader haters out there, we'll blow your planet up.

There’s a real Death Star (okay, “real”), and somehow appropriately, it’s in Florida. Epcot Center had a small ceremony last night to unveil a neat overlay for Spaceship Earth, otherwise known as That Weird Spiky Sphere at Disney World/Epcot.

Check Out This Heartbreaking Archie Comics Excerpt From Love Is Love Comics Anthology

One of the tragic events that made 2016 a crap sandwich of a year was the summer shooting at Pulse Nightclub, an LGBTQIA club in Orlando, FL.

We’re Still Not Buying Kathleen Kennedy’s Clarified Excuses About Star Wars and Female Directors

Last week, Variety did an interview with Kathleen Kennedy, President of Lucasfilm. While she gave some great insight into the upcoming Han Solo anthology film, as well as Rogue One, she also made some interesting comments about what it would take for a woman to finally get to direct a Star Wars film—comments that were a bit disheartening.

HRC In The Wild Collects Hillary Clinton Sightings Because Why the Heck Not - Nobody's searching for Will anymore. It's all about finding Hil.

It seems that everybody wants to find Hillary Clinton. In the utterly terrifying freefall-like climate that we’ve found ourselves in since the election, folks have been searching for any and every semblance of stability or comfort.

Peter Capaldi Doesn’t Know if He Should Stay or if He Should Go Away From Doctor Who

We’ve not heard heads nor tails from the Doctor in quite some time, so you better believe we’re looking forward to the Christmas special coming up real soon.

The Circle’s Trailer Looks Like a Super Charged Episode of Black Mirror

Tom Hanks and Emma Watson are teaming up for a dramatic thriller about privacy and technology, but something looks … oddly familiar?

Big Pokémon GO Update Rumors Seemingly Confirmed by … Starbucks - Yes, that's a real headline, not a Mad Libs.

Data mining the game’s code has confirmed that over 100 new Pokémon from the Gold/Silver game generation will join Pokémon GO at some point, but when that would happen was still up for debate.

[VIDEO] TMS Visits Cliff Chiang’s Brooklyn Studio to Talk Paper Girls, Female Superheroes, and Secret Identities

We had the opportunity to visit artist Cliff Chiang’s studio in Brooklyn to talk about his work on titles like Wonder Women and Paper Girls, what he’s reading now, and more.

We Make the Multiverse: How Sci-Fi and Fantasy Can Save the World

Editor’s note: Elle is the author of Heartstone, a retelling of Pride and Prejudice with more dragons (out in January from HarperCollins).

How I Discovered the Quiet, Feminist Liberation of Erotic Fanfic

Most of the time, when I’m in a state of grief, I change my hair. When I ended a long-term relationship, I chopped my near waist-length hair into a pixie.

The Latest Legion Trailer Introduces Us to the Voices In David Haller’s Head

FX’s Legion looks confusing already. But not necessarily in a bad way. First of all, it remains to be seen to what extent Legion will co-exist with the canon of the X-Men movies.

Things We Saw Today: That Photo from Westworld Has a Surprising Off-Screen Twist

the best part of the westworld pilot is the secret stock photo cameo by america’s next top model cycle 10 contestant claire!

Westworld‘s Season 1 Finale, “The Bicameral Mind”: Meeting Wyatt, Finding the Center of the Maze, Ending the Game… and Starting Over

At last, it’s time for the season one finale of Westworld, hosted by your dual reviewers with divergent opinions, Teresa and Maddy.

Meet Pacific Heat, Netflix’s Latest Animated Series

Netflix isn’t just about your favorite Marvel dramas Jessica Jones, Daredevil and Luke Cage or sci-fi hits like Sense8 and Stranger Things.

Bernardo Bertolucci’s Treatment of Maria Schneider While Filming Last Tango in Paris Was Inexcusable, Not a “Ridiculous Misunderstanding”

Content warning for discussion of sexual assault. We need to stop excusing rape, assault, and harassment that disguises itself as a controversial means for art.