All right, yes, I also like having it.
Netflix made note of that and has blessed us with this new docuseries.
Mo’ money, mo’ problems? I am personally willing to risk it.
The series currently is streaming.
‘The Underground Railroad’
Academy Award-winner Barry Jenkins has adapted a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Colson Whitehead into a new limited series.
But there is a twist.
The series starts streaming Friday on Amazon Prime.
He was one of the first international superstars of fashion and now, more than 30 years after his death, he’s getting the biopic treatment.
The limited series starts streaming on Netflix Friday.
Two things to listen to:
“Daddy’s Home” is the sixth and latest album from the artist known as St. Vincent.
It’s inspired by her father’s decade-long stint in prison for a white-collar financial crime.
The new album drops Friday.
If you ever have been to a J. Cole concert, you know that the rapper has a tendency to perform all the tracks from his current album.
As of Friday, he will have some new material.
The North Carolina native is releasing his latest studio project, “The Off-Season.”
Can’t wait for the next tour.
One thing to talk about:
The ripples of the #MeToo movement still are being felt.
Franco has denied claims that he was inappropriate and sexually exploitative with multiple women over the years.
But Rogen’s stance is a reminder that Hollywood takes claims seriously.
Something to sip on
Can we get to the next season of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” already?!
Here’s the deal: Businessman Simon Guobadia and his wife, Falynn, were introduced on the Bravo reality series this season — with her being listed as Williams’ “friend” in their first scenes.
“What we have is what we wish every single one of you out there — happiness. So when I asked … she said yes,” Guobadia now has said of his relationship with Williams.
For the record, Williams said their relationship began a month ago.
Yes, you read that correctly.
It’s unclear as to whether the Guobadias are legally divorced yet, but either way it all adds up to some possible not-to-miss content for Season 14.
“Real Housewives” maestro Andy Cohen is somewhere smiling so hard right now.