Television

Gilmore Girls is back with heart, wit, and so much Stars Hollow nostalgia

In a world that is ever-changing, it's nice to have a hometown full of fond memories to go back to, like the one Gilmore Girls…

Instagram throwbacks reveal what celebrities looked like as kids

Guess who? Before they were red carpet famous, these big stars were just as cute and goofy as the rest of us were growing up.…

How ‘Call the Midwife’ re-affirms my faith in God (and in women)

Deserving of the top spot in your summer binge-watching queue, the unique and empowering TV show Call the Midwife serves as a direct rebuttal to…

Inspiring women at the Paribas Open: Williams, Gibbs, and Davenport

Serena Williams won her first match at the BNP Paribas Open, but she's not the only Women's tennis star we're excited about this week. Find…

Educational TV is still ‘screen time’

PBS's round-the-clock children's channel may be a better viewing alternative for young children, if they have to watch at all.

American roses with British roots

Calling all green thumbs! You'll want to grow these beautiful British-inspired buds in your garden.

The X-Files continues its search for God

The show's creator, Chris Carter, says he designed the scientifically-minded character of Scully to be religious from the very beginning.

8 imports to beat the post-Downton blues

In a few weeks, the fancy, fancy thrill ride that has been Downton Abbey will end. Though even its most die-hard fans might admit it probably is time to say farewell, there's no denying: we'll miss Downton Abbey!

Gilmore Girls’ best mom-daughter moments

Gilmore Girls, a long-time fan-favorite, is finally returning with a new season on Netflix. Here: the eight mother-daughter moments that make us want to re-watch the show all over again.

Goodbye reality shows, hello feel-good TV

Reality TV—once the genre juggernaut that kept networks flush with cash—has hit hard times.

A final word from the Dowager Countess of Downton Abbey

Downton Abbey has given viewers more than its share of synchronized soulmates through its six seasons: Lady Mary and Matthew Crowley. John and Anna Bates. Mr. Carson and Mrs. Hughes.

The popular Netflix documentary that changed my heart

We're giving you an even better reason to binge-watch the new buzzed-about documentary series, Making a Murderer.