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February is the month of love. It’s a time to celebrate close relationships and bonds. Or, it’s a time to shadow some people who are celebrating love as a third wheel. If you’re that person and you’re sick of all the Bachelor drama, the twitterpated couples and the lovey-dovey romance in the air, MTV is here to save you. Because …

Judd Apatow’s very name inspires ideas of box office success and, of course, laughs, with his slew of rom-coms for adults packing the theaters and air waves since the days of Freaks and Geeks and Knocked Up. His latest effort, the Netflix original show Love starring Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust, is a hilariously real and yet frustrating notch in his big …

Story by Sara Snoddy and Jordan Trice Was it just us, or was Monday night’s Grammy Awards a little off? Whether it was the frequent technical glitches — the sound guy might want to steer clear of Adele fans — or the awkwardly arduous tributes to music legends, something about this Grammy’s year just didn’t sound right. Maybe …

American Crime Story

“You all saw the Bronco. But you weren’t in it.” And for a show that promised an inside look at what really went down in the ‘trial of the century,’ The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story is extremely satisfying, not to mention well crafted and relevant. The promotion of FX’s newest bid for genius …

If you missed the 22nd Screen Actors Guild awards this past Saturday night, you missed the best awards show we’ve seen so far. After a disappointing and odd night at the Golden Globes, the SAG awards had a lot to amend. And amend it did. “Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to diverse TV,” actor Idris Elba said as he …

Jon Hamm

Let’s face it: fewer people, excluding the actors themselves, actually care about the Screen Actors Guild awards. With it having less flash and fanfare, some casual award-show fans may not even know what the SAG is. It’s not even as long running as its esteemed cousins, the Emmy Awards, the Oscars and, yes, even the Golden …