BY Jamie Bogert
on Feb 25, 2015
Doesn't she just shine here? What an angel. Topanga was one of the '90s best female teen icons and just because their sitcoms have ended doesn't mean they've ever truly left our hearts. Here are some of our leading ladies from the '90s and what they are doing today:
1. The Secret World Of Alex Mack—Larisa Olyenik
This little silver puddle of goo is doing great things in the TV and the interwebs. From Alex Mack and everyone's favorite teen movie 10 ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Feb 24, 2015
This exclusive interview is from BUST's Feb/March 2015 issue, on stands now!
Female fans around the world are downright obsessed with
Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer’s hit comedy series Broad City. Here, the pair gets real about Girls, plays “Fuck/Marry/Kill,” and recalls how Amy Poehler made them freak out
Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer are two of comedy’s hottest stars, and they are about to drive a convertible off a cliff. Rather, ... Read More
BY Holly Trantham
on Feb 23, 2015
With heavy hearts, tomorrow we say goodbye to one of our all-time favorite television series. Parks and Recreation ends, and we’ll greet our favorite Pawneeans armed with waffles, Snake Juice, NutriYum bars, and the cheapest red wine we can find because we can’t tell the difference...And, of course, plenty of tissues.
The show’s real magnum opus, of course, was the creation of character Leslie Knope, one of the funniest and most feminist characters in TV ... Read More
BY Evelyn Chapman
on Feb 20, 2015
Our favorite female crime-fighters are coming back to Cartoon Network in 2016, and we couldn’t be more excited. The Powerpuff Girls made being strong and sassy cool, and we can’t wait to have more sugar, spice, everything nice—and of course, a dash of chemical X—on the air again.
These heroines kicked ass from 1998 to 2005, winning two Emmy awards and several animation awards along the way, and now they are revamping the show, taking on ... Read More
BY Ada Guzman
on Feb 18, 2015
Last Saturday night brought an evening of laughs as the world tuned into the 40th anniversary of SNL. The marathon-length show averaged 23.1 million viewers, more views than an NBC primetime telecast (aside from the Super Bowl) in over a decade. The legion of actors include audience favorites such as Jimmy Fallon, Amy Poehler, Chris Rock, Steve Martin, Bill Murray, Eddie Murphy, and many more.
But the best moment of the night–and of our entire ... Read More