"Wife guy" has been used to describe a guy whose marriage is his whole public persona, but it's now been stretched way too thin as a term.
The New York Times has finally decided to put ads on its free-to-use Wordle game, and honestly, more power to them.
"Falling Slowly" appeared on two albums AND another movie's soundtrack before it was in Once, so how did it win an Oscar for "Best Original Song"?
Spotify has added a clever new piece of advertising to the Heardle game when you get the answer right (or wrong).
Sitcoms just can't help but try to get us to root for supposed "nice guys" in romantic love triangles, even when the "nice guys" don't actually act all that nice, but are kind of...
The recent news about HBO is pretty darn bad, but there really is no need to doomcast even worse scenarios for HBO than what is already happening.
The New York Times made its first major change to its setup with Wordle, but it is an optional change that cleverly plays right into Wordle player interests.
Spotify has made a good move by purchasing Heardle, but it has to handle the transition to the new company a lot better than it has so far
Magnum P.I. was saved from cancellation and I explain why that is such a good piece of news for TV fans.