Tag: Shows

Dakota Johnson Shows Off Butt In Sheer Gown At Venice Film Festival

  • Dakota Johnson, 31, looks totally toned in a sheer dress walking the red carpet at the Venice International Film Festival.
  • Dakota rocks a gem-encrusted, sheer gown from Gucci, which shows off her super sculpted butt and legs.
  • Dakota’s trainer switches up her workouts between Pilates, yoga, and cardio to maintain her toned muscles.

Actress Dakota Johnson, 31, looked as stunning and strong as ever on the red carpet of the Venice International Film Festival at the premiere of her film The Lost Daughter. She shined bright like a diamond and so did her full-length, gem-encrusted sheer gown from

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The 100 Best Shows on TV Right Now

Welcome to TV Guide’s 100 Best Shows on TV Right Now. To say that it has been a weird year would be the understatement of all understatements. This may sound a bit hyperbolic, but while the world outside has seemed damn near apocalyptic by every single measure, we’ve found sanctuary in our living rooms and on our TVs, letting television be our escape. It’s not a solution to our problems, but it’s been a salve for our mental health and a way to connect to others when isolation has been crucial to our survival. 

You may laugh at that notion,

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The Best Movies and Shows to Watch in July on Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Netflix, and HBO Max

If you’ve spent your July vacationing in exotic locales and getting fanned by palm fronds poolside while shirtless cabana boys brought you blended drinks with umbrellas in them, congratulations, you just wasted your time. Instead of getting tan, you could have been watching some great television, streaming movies, and not falling behind on the best that pop culture has to offer. The good news is that there are still plenty of days left in July to wash off the sunscreen and park your butt on the couch.

This month features the returns of bonafide hits (American Horror Story,

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Best TV Shows of 2021 So Far

Will 2021 be known as the year TV binges went bust?

Halfway through the year in television, the majority of the best, most talked-about shows haven’t been the ones that just dropped all of their episodes on a Friday, but ones that conjured up the old TV pleasure of getting one installment per week, or maybe two. Some of this reflected a resurgence from traditional linear cable channels like HBO, but a lot was simply the fact that the newer streaming services seem more willing to experiment with release models: binges for some, weekly and/or hybrids for others. Even Netflix’s

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