Not a day goes by without someone shouting about ‘Fake News’ when they don’t like something they read, but now we have our first look at Facebook fighting back.
Bad television is the biggest waste of time, so we found a list of this year’s worst series to save you the trouble. And no, they’re not so bad they’re good.
The Simpsons, long-time favourite of many, has made its fair share of random predictions in its lifetime. Turns out some remarkable ones have come true.
If you’ve ever wondered what a road trip with Jack Parow would be like then you’re in luck. Start your engines and enjoy the ride.
Mark July 16th down in your calendar as the day that ‘Game of Thrones’ hysteria commences once more, and here’s a little teaser to get everyone started.
Whenever HBO roll out a new show expectations are usually high, given some of the masterpieces they have produced in the past. Their top 10 is mighty fine.
Get used to seeing the Donald gracing the cover of TIME in the years to come, although this latest effort will take some beating.
Warren Buffett’s Laguna Beach house is up for sale, and if you have R140 million or so to spend it could be all yours.
From ‘Trumpy’ to Twitter, and every topic in between, a gloriously bearded Letterman sat down for an interview and here’s the best bits for you to enjoy.
In September of last year Trevor graced the cover of TIME along with a few other TV hosts, but now he’s rocking it all on his lonesome. Well played, sir.
If you’re a fan of shows like ‘True Detective’, and movies like ‘Silence of the Lambs’, you’re in for a treat. Take a look inside the minds of some very twisted people.
Wondering what to watch this weekend? Mashable have the answers, including something different, something informative and something a little weird.
James Corden went from little known TV host to MC at the Grammys thanks to segments like Carpool Karaoke, and now we can see where the next step is headed.
Back in the day Playboy ruled the gentleman’s magazine roost, but over the years they’ve seen their subscriber base dwindle. Turns out that no nudes is bad news.
The somewhat nerdy, very eccentric science buff that is Bill Nye is returning to telly with a new show. Something of a blast from the past for many.
The girls are at it again. This time, Gigi and the crew were caught frolicking on the beach and asking each other a few questions. Good times.
Considered a timeless beauty, adorning the cover of Sports Illustrated three years in a row back in the late 70s, Brinkley is now back and looking the part once more.
Gerrie Nel’s move has brought him back into the spotlight, and now that he is not with the NPA he is rather forthcoming with his opinions on the State and their actions.
They say there’s no such thing as bad publicity, so Kenny Kunene and his newly launched news website can thank us for this one.
There has been a renewed bout of online mischief-making, and this time around they have targeted government officials and major media outlets.
There’s nothing better than a Superbowl ad that is based on a true story, like this one featuring John Malkovich on the hunt for a domain name. Top stuff.
Mike Myers may have inspired thousands of Austin Powers dance-offs around the world, but when he takes on Jimmy Fallon it’s a battle worth watching.
There’s a new reality TV show set to be released shortly, and if The Hunger Games or Survivor are up your alley then no doubt you’ll find this to your liking.
Back in July, Jeremy Clarkson parked like a twat – shocker, right? Now we want you to show us the best of what has been dubbed “Clarkson Parking”.
It isn’t every day you hear one of the world’s wealthiest men discussing South African soapies, let alone lavishing praise on one. Yeah, we are for real.
Kim K is going to tell us all about the Paris robbery – but you have to watch ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ to get the full story.