If you saw 2009’s TEDTalk on sex, you are probably well aware of Cindy Gallop. She’s the modern-day Dr. Ruth: intelligent, funny, and unapologetically honest. She’s also the mastermind behind MakeLoveNotPorn.com, a wildly successful website dedicated to demystifying the expectations and beliefs that pornographic sex is real-world sex.
The CW‘s The Carrie Diaries is a clever and surprisingly entertaining series that follows Carrie Bradshaw, of Sex and the City fame, in her younger years. Though Sex and the City was a little mature for us during its original run on HBO from 1998 to 2004, that hasn’t stopped younger generations from becoming obsessed with the freelance journalist with curly hair and fabulous shoe collection, most familiarly portrayed by Sarah Jessica Parker.
At seems as if every season, there’s a new television show centered on the fashion world. And no matter how much we love to indulge in these guilty pleasures, our DVRs can only store so much! To help you decide which to keep in your queue, we’ve compiled and reviewed some of the shows that stood out to us.
The sixth season of Gossip Girl will be the show’s last, and at Pink and Black we are pretty bummed about it. With the series returning to TV tonight, it’s time to make some wishes and predictions for GG‘s final 10 episodes, as well as reminisce about the past five years we’ve spent with Blair, Serena and the rest of the glamorous Upper East Siders.
Let’s travel back to the 90’s, a time filled with tamagotchi pets, MASH, The Spice Girls, Lisa Frank and the some of the best kid TV shows ever! Remembering back to your childhood there are always things you will never forget and here is a list of shows that you should always remember that will make you nostalgic for your yesteryears.
In Sex and the City, we are so blinded by Carrie’s Manolo Blahniks, designer frocks and endless cocktail parades that we don’t see the harsh realities of life in NYC. A weekly column in a C-grade newspaper can’t pay for $500 stilettos, but we’re too busy gawking at her shoes and the mirage of parties to notice. Carrie was the first of many protagonists to make broke characters enviable and the trend has gone mainstream.
Most people think of web series as being poorly produced TV shows but that is no longer the case. Now there are more and more shows that have the same producers and actors that frequent your on-air shows becoming involved in web series. If you finding yourself with no time for TV this summer give these bite-sized TV shows a try.
Glee fans are worried and excited for all of the changes to come in the fourth season of the hit show. Many of the characters are facing transitions from high school to the real world and fans are left wondering where that will leave their favorite glee clubbers. But don’t worry; we’ll let you know who’s joining, who’s staying and who’s making an appearance in the upcoming season.
Many of our favorite A-list actors and actresses have gotten their start in sitcom television. In fact, such movie stars such as America’s sweetheart, Jennifer Aniston, got her start in the classic television show Friends. Television is a great way for performers to get experience and name recognition in the industry. Let’s take a look at some of our favorite TV-to-movie stars.
If you’re itching for a darker half hour comedy, look no further than the strange and unusual show, Wilfred. Immerse yourself into the world of a grown man and his imaginary friend—with a twist—in this show with a very inventive premise.