What's another weekend eaten up by a Netflix binge? Your laundry can wait.
The streaming service's newest offering, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, is a comedy created by 30 Rock's Tina Fey and Robert Carlock – and it's about to become your new favorite thing.
Kimmy Schmidt was first given a straight-to-series order by NBC, and we have to wonder why they would have sold the show to Netflix when it is actual solid gold. However, their loss is our binge-watching gain. Here are some reasons you need to tune in.
Just when you think Empire can't get any more shocking, it does.
PEOPLE has an exclusive sneak peek at next week's episode, "Sins of the Father," including insights from the cast about the most jaw-dropping moments in store.
Sensitive readers may want to look away.
Danny DeVito likes to show off what he calls his "troll foot" on Twitter, and Jimmy Fallon took the bait Wednesday, allowing DeVito the opportunity to pull the thing out on national television.
This may have been a mistake.
Jimmy Fallon's obsession with playing larger-than-life games continued Wednesday night on The Tonight Show, when he and Zoë Kravitz played a big game of beer pong.
And not "big" in the sense of like, "This is the beer pong world championships and we really need to win this one, guys" but "big" in that they were literally playing with large cups and giant balls.
Hardcore House of Cards fans who spent the weekend bingeing on all 13 episodes are already hungry for the next chapter in Netflix's drama.
Season 3 saw Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) as president, but the Oval Office seemed to sap the power he had wielded so ruthlessly for two seasons. Both parties hated him. Congress sought to block the crown jewel of his tenure, America Works, a program that broke the first rule of politics: leave Social Security alone.