Ever wonder who yodels anymore? Well, Brad Pitt and Jimmy Fallon, for starters! The talk-show host and his guest, who's busy promoting World War Z, star in this pretty adorable clip in which they have a full-on yodel conversation from different NYC rooftops. They really go for it, and things get especially impressive with their "double yodel." Watch now to appreciate the fine voices and yodeling skills of Fallon and Pitt!
We all know that Channing Tatum has killer dance moves, but did you know that he's also straight-up R&B material? Well, the secret's out in the hot new music video for "(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum," brought to you by Channing and his White House Down costar Jamie Foxx. The boys teamed up with Jimmy Kimmel for this hilarious video that also features the likes of Olivia Munn, Gabourey Sidibe, and Miley Cyrus. Yes, there are sexual implications aplenty, but you gotta admit that it's kinda catchy. Be sure to stay put for an amazing A-list cameo toward the end of the video!
In this week's episode of Pretty Little Liars, all the parents are either completely nuts or missing entirely, a couple new characters spring onto the scene, and one of our girls gets herself hooked on pain pills. Well, that all came out of left field, but at least we can take solace in the fact that the girls still manage to look pretty cute week to week.
So what goes down in Rosewood this week? Get ready to talk about all the OMG moments from the episode when you read on.
Ready for this week's biggest hits and misses on The Bachelorette? Des and her boys head east to Atlantic City for a very special Mr. America pageant, featuring lots of skin and not so much talent — but we still wanted more close-ups of Juan Pablo in a Speedo! We also dish on the surprise stars who stole the show, the first roseless one-on-one date, and whether James made a mistake telling Des about his cheating past.
If there's one sad thing about the beginning of Summer, it's that a ton of TV shows go on break until Fall. Where did your favorite show leave off? We've rounded up the most shocking twists, turns, and cliffhangers from this year's series finales, so check out the gallery and find out what happened.
Ever since the news dropped that Boy Meets World would be getting a spin-off, I've been excited — and now there's even more good news, because the show has just been given a series pickup. If you want to get a peek at the show, we have that too — cast members of Girl Meets World have been busy at work, and the best part is that they're letting us in on the action. Check out fun photos of returning stars like Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel (who you can also see in POPSUGAR's Girl's Guide), as well as their young new counterparts!
Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen's offbeat comedy series, Portlandia, is a veritable cult hit, and last week, IFC renewed it for two more seasons. In case you've missed the first three seasons (the fourth won't start up until early 2014), take a look through our guide to Armisen and Brownstein's unique characters. The two leads play a lot of people, so these are just the recurring ones that will hopefully be popping up in the coming seasons as well. Watch clips of bohemian couple Peter and Nance and feminist bookstore owners Toni and Candace, or if you've already been introduced, let me know who your favorite pair is!
Who is Bob Benson? The overly enthusiastic accounts guy, played by James Wolk, has replaced Don Draper as the most mysterious character on Mad Men this season. In fact, the most recent Bob revelations have us convinced that he may even be the new Don Draper. When Pete has Duck investigate Bob's past, he finds out that he's fabricated it — which obviously makes Pete (and us) recall Don's Dick Whitman/Don Draper switcheroo. This comes after a season of suspicion, including his pass at Pete on last week's episode, and Elisabeth Moss (Peggy Olson)'s recent interview when she told us, "If you think we've answered it, I don't know if we have. It may change." Interesting.
When addressing the character a couple weeks ago, show creator Matthew Weiner told The Wrap, "He's definitely a liar. I hope that you caught that." We did! Here are eight possible explanations for the character who seems like he was written for Internet conspiracy theorists. Just keep reading.
Has Supernatural or The Vampire Diaries been on your to-watch list for years? No matter how dedicated a TV viewer you are, it's easy to let a few shows slip through the cracks. That's why Summer is the best time to boot up the laptop and start crossing titles off your list! We turned to Netflix to see what streaming shows are available that can be started from season one. Check them out so you have something to occupy yourself with until regular TV returns in a few months.
True Blood returned with its season premiere this week, reuniting us with the citizens of Bon Temps and their current drama: the saga of "Billith," a werewolf pack transition, and a new political threat to the vampires. It's fun to see the characters again (and it's always nice to see resident heartthrobs Alexander Skarsgard, Joe Manganiello, and Ryan Kwanten), but after six seasons, True Blood doesn't feel like it has the same bite anymore. All the story lines feel tired, the sex and violence isn't as shocking as it once seemed — and for that matter, there's hardly any sex since Sookie is no longer torn between Bill and Eric. I'm still watching (out of loyalty or curiosity, I'm not quite sure), but I want to know if the once-hot show is still must-see TV for you. Let me know: are you still a fervent watcher of True Blood or have you moved past it?