Modern Love “A Second Embrace, with Hearts and Eyes Open,” tells a soft love story grounded in growing apart before growing together. Elizabeth and Van are a divorced couple that have been separated for years. Between them, they have a…
Modern Love’s “How Do You Remember Me?” is an LGBTQ story not grounded in trauma porn. Instead it’s grounded in understanding and humanity.
Modern Love 2×06 “In the Waiting Room of Estranged Spouses” is the kind of episode that shouldn’t work as well as it does. But we love it.
Modern Love 2×05 “Am I…? Maybe This Quiz Will Tell Me” was equal parts ridiculously cute and kind of boring.
Modern Love 2×04 “A Life Plan for Two, Followed by One” is a story about friendship, first and foremost. A celebration of it, if you will.
Modern Love 2×03 “Strangers on a Train” is both a hopeful, brilliant episode of television, and one of the most frustrating hours of the season.
Modern Love brings two unlikely people together in a new kind of love story in “The Night Girl Finds a Day Boy.”
Modern Love 2×01 “On A Serpentine Road, With the Top Down” is an episode about love – the one we lost, and the one that was waiting for us.
What did Garrett Hedlund and Emma Roberts watch during the pandemic? We watched the same thing… so we get it.
Kit Harington got candid while discussing why he took a break after Game of Thrones and what drew him to his new Modern Love role.
Modern Love season 2 is coming next month, and we’ve now got a trailer to get even more excited about the new stories awaiting us.
We finally have more information on the second season of #ModernLove! See the first pics and the episode descriptions.
The cast of #ModernLove season 2 is like a whose who of greatness. See the cast and the latest additions
We loved the first season of #ModernLove. We’re excited for the second season and the first cast member has been announced.
The late great Bernie Mac once coined a joke about all the ways the word “mutherfucka” could be used; among its uses, it could be a term of endearment in addition to just straight out negative name calling. I’d like…
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Often on TV, we see only one side of love. I’m not sure if that side sells more, or if that side is way harder, and easier to romanticize, but I do know that, as someone who’s consumed massive amounts…
Coming into Modern Love, I was certain of what I would see and what I’d experience. I was looking forward to love that transcends time and space, but still, love that was basic, where A + B = C and…