Get your sword and your shield ready because we’re going to be chatting LIVE with Vikings star Alexander Ludwig this Wednesday, March 12 at 11:10 AM EST for a very special Very VH1 Spreecast. We’ll be talking to The Hunger Games hunk about what it’s like to join a beloved show like Vikings in its second season and we’ll be asking him all of your burning questions.
We love TV’s iconic romantic couples. The lusty buildup, the will-they-or-won’t-they. The overwhelming obstacles. The office sex (we’re looking at you, Scandal. Obviously). But sometimes, it’s even more fun to watch the dazzling chemistry between totally platonic onscreen duos. Take Breaking Bad’s Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, for example. Their totally murderous, deeply dysfunctional, howlingly illegal – but somehow, sweetly father/son-esque — connection was far more intriguing than the ones they had with their significant others. Would Mad Men even be Mad Men without the emotional abusive, but deeply loving central relationship of Don Draper and Peggy Olson? And admit it, you tuned in to 30 Rock to watch Jack Donaghey hurl insults at his bestie (disguised as foil), Liz Lemon.
Two days after the season finale of True Detective, a show with one of the most compelling non-romantic TV pairs, ever — let’s take a look at our favorite bromances, frenemies, and BFFs on televisions.
A lot of couples spare no expense when it comes to their wedding day, but is it worth all the cash if the marriage is doomed for divorce? The fifteen couples on this list spent an estimated combined total of $80.5 million on their big days. Maybe it would have been worth it if their love had lasted forever, but all these marriages had unhappy endings.
Is Chris Evans over being Captain America? Why was the twitter buzz for True Detective so negative last night? Did 300: Rise Of An Empire slay at the box office this weekend?
Did Stacy Keibler tie the knot this weekend? Which American Hustle star is having a baby? How much does Stanley Tucci‘s Caesar Flickerman laugh during The Hunger Games films?
Oh life is so sweet when you’re one of the rich and the famous. The cars, the money, the houses, the wigs. Wait what? Well, when you’re Nicki Minaj, there’s plenty of looks to be had. On the next episode of The Fabulous Life, VH1 goes deep inside the lavish world of the female rapper. And girl, it’s all things fierce. Read more…
What is it about a show following a foursome of fabulous women that makes it so compulsively watchable? Sex & the City, Designing Women, Girlfriends — the formula has been a proven hit, time after time. To figure out why, we of course have to refer to the OG of female foursome TV: The Golden Girls. Following the lives of sexy seniors raunching it up in a Miami retirement community, the multi-Emmy winner introduced the four archetypes that would be the secret sauce for the success of all it’s imitators: The Witty Everywoman (ie, the leader of the pack), the Innocent (ie, the lovable airhead), the Vixen (ie, the tart who’ll steal your man and giggle about it), and the Realist (ie, the wise-cracking shade-thrower). This combination? Ratings gold.
To celebrate Girls’ creator Lena Dunham‘s first SNL hosting gig, let’s take a look at some of our favorite female foursomes in TV history. Sofia Petrillo forever.
Did Jennifer Lawrence‘s Oscar date write a tell-all blog post? Is Susan Sarandon going to be a grandma? Are the critics into Wes Anderson‘s The Grand Budapest Hotel?
Who’s been wowing us on red carpets? Lindsay Lohan makes our dreams come true, and the bloopers from Anchorman 2 might be even funnier than the movie.
Are you ready to go back in time and discover Leonardo da Vinci’s sexy and mysterious past? Well, you’re in luck because Tom Riley (Leonardo da Vinci) and Laura Haddock (Lucrezia Donati), the stars of Da Vinci’s Demons, will be joining us on Tuesday, March 11 at 1:00 PM EST to chat about the show’s second season and to answer all your questions.