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Topic: 2016 Oscars

The Season's Top TV Shows on Twitter Include Walking Dead, Super Bowl and Fuller House

Nielsen shares most-tweeted moments

The most-watched show of the 2015-16 season in the 18-49 demo—The Walking Dead—also topped the Twitter TV charts for the third straight year. Nielsen released its rundown of the season's most-tweeted…

The Oscars Draws Its Smallest 18- to 49-Year-Old Audience in at Least 20 Years

And just 34.4 million total viewers tuned in

Finding out how Oscars host Chris Rock would address the #OscarsSoWhite controversy didn't prove to be enough of a draw for audiences Sunday night. Just 34.4 million total viewers tuned…

Samsung's First Galaxy S7 Ads Are Dorky, Endearing and Packed With Perfect Cameos

W+K's anthem spot brings in Wesley Snipes, Lil Wayne and William H. Macy

Today's best celebrity ad appearances include a healthy dose of self-mockery, and Samsung might have just set the bar with its new Galaxy S7 spots from Wieden + Kennedy. Hard to…

How Chris Rock Turned Girl Scout Cookies Into the Oscars' Biggest Brand Winner

Celebs bought $65,243 worth of cookies

While most people watching Sunday night's Oscars knew host Chris Rock would come up with a hilarious, cutting response to the #OscarsSoWhite controversy—and weren't disappointed—no one expected that he would…

Total Beauty Offers $10,000 to Charity After Mixing Up Black Stars on Race-Fueled Oscars Night

Whoopi-Oprah flub was so bad, some claimed trolling

There's never a good time for a beauty site to publicly mix up two of Hollywood's top black celebrities, but last night's Oscars was an especially poor moment. Amid an evening…

Kohl's Had an Oscar Night to Remember With Its Funny Lip-Dub Acceptance Speech Ads

See all four Anomaly spots

A few days ago, Anomaly debuted the first spot in its Kohl's Oscars campaign, which took a snippet of Cuba Gooding Jr.'s 1997 acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actor ... and…

Can Chris Rock Win an Emmy for the Oscars?

Variety hosting category was nixed in 2008, but he still has a chance

Chris Rock's hilarious, poignant opening Oscars monologue was one for the ages, but there's no guarantee that he'll win an Emmy—or even be nominated for one—in September for his work. That's…

Cadillac Ditches 'Generic Backdrops' and Other Car Ad Clichés in Its Oscars Spots

Features young achievers instead

Luxury car ads are stuck in a sea of sameness: An SUV plows through the snow; a sedan navigates a twisting mountain road before zooming across a bridge. But Cadillac…

How FiveThirtyEight Adapted Its Election Model to Predict the Next Oscar Winners

Big night coming for The Revenant

FiveThirtyEight, the ESPN-owned data-driven news site, has become famous for its accuracy in predicting the outcomes of the past two presidential elections. But over the last few years, the site…

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