Here’s everything you need to know about the next season of You.
“If you didn’t become as obsessed with You as Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) was over Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail) when Season 1 aired on Lifetime, you’re in luck. Not only is it now available on Netflix, but the streaming service is also going to be its home for You Season 2. And if you did already watch the series, you now have a chance for a rewatch binge as you wait for the You Season 2 release date. Here’s everything you need to know, including when the series could return to Netfilx, which actors will stay on, and more.”
SNL alum Sasheer Zamata rewrote Louis C.K’s controversial bit about the Parkland survivors.
“The idea of Louis C.K.’s attempting a redemption tour was bad enough, as he started dropping in for surprise sets less than a year after he issued a non-apology for a few specific instances of the sort of sexual misconduct–making female colleagues watch him masturbate without their consent–he’d been rumored to have been forcing on women for years, if not decades.”
Here’s why you shouldn’t be drinking airplane coffee.
“Airlines struggle in the food and beverage department. Their job is to get people from Point A to Point B, not provide a gastronomically-enriching experience at high-altitude. JetBlue’s delightful cheese plate notwithstanding, what you eat and drink on a plane tends to be underwhelming at best, inedible at worst. And then there’s airplane coffee, which has a particularly heinous reputation. “There’s a stereotype about airplane coffee because it’s true,” says Brian Sumers, Skift’s Aviation Business Editor. “Almost all airline coffee is bad. A lot of it is disgusting.”
Here’s why Chris Evans turned down the role of Captain America multiple times.
“In 2011, Chris Evans made his first big-screen appearance as superhero Steve Rogers/Captain America in Captain America: The First Avenger. It may now seem impossible for Marvel fans to imagine any other actor in the role, but Evans once admitted that it took a lot of convincing to get him to sign on for the part.”
YouTube has explicity banned dangerous pranks and challenges.
“YouTube has changed its policies in an attempt to cut down on potentially dangerous challenges and pranks, Engadget reported on Tuesday, updating its rules to explicitly ban them from the site. In a thread on the YouTube Help Community, a Google employee wrote that while the site already has rules banning “content that encourages violence or dangerous activities that may result in serious physical harm, distress or death,” it’s pushed out an update adding a section directly prohibiting challenges and pranks that could put people in serious danger or cause a child “to experience severe emotional distress.”
Tesla has launched a portable wall charger with a 14-50 plug.
“When purchasing a Tesla electric vehicle you have to decide how to go about charging it, with the options being Tesla’s hardwired Wall Connector or the mobile connector that comes with the car. However, today Tesla introduced a third option that allows for portability while significantly improving charging times.”