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Kristin Hunt is a writer and professional movie geek. She's previously worked on the digital teams at Thrillist and Maxim, but you can also find her byline on GQ, Nerve, and Paste.
In the fall of 2009, ABC debuted a new sitcom called 'Modern Family,' a seemingly simple story of three families that became a ratings hit and unbeatable Emmy winner for ABC.
If you’ve already torn through the latest season of 'The Crown' and are looking to watch something else that’s historical, royal, or just vaguely British, give one of these shows a try.
Kitty O’Neil, a stuntwoman, drag racer, and diver, challenged assumptions about what it meant to be a deaf woman and set 22 speed records.
For 50 years, the hard-working teens (and dog) of Mystery, Inc. have been investigating the paranormal—and inspiring some wild fan theories.
Despite its exhaustively polished veneer, 'Downton Abbey' was always a soap opera. So it should come as no surprise that fans have developed some wacky theories about the show.
Alfred Hitchcock taught us all the dangers of spying on your neighbors with his 1954 thriller 'Rear Window'.
If these 'Saved By the Bell' fan theories are to be believed, murderers, eco-terrorists, a famous tech billionaire, and one foul-mouthed superhero could be wandering the halls of Bayside High.
Lots of documentaries spark a conversation, whether it’s about social justice or climate change. These films sparked something bigger—and made a lasting difference.
On July 2, 1971, moviegoers caught their first glimpse of Richard Roundtree as John Shaft, the "black private dick that’s a sex machine to all the chicks."
After this crusading reporter was kicked out of Germany, she continued her anti-Nazi coverage at home.
'Game of Thrones' has inspired some truly wild fan theories over the course of its eight-season run. Now that the HBO epic has ended, we can confirm that neither Bran Stark nor Jon Snow is the new Night King.
Game of Thrones is famous for dropping clues of things to come—and subtle nods to George R.R. Martin’s books—in casual bits of dialogue or unassuming props.