Extra, extra, read all about it! “Newsies” star is back on Broadway. Jeremy Jordan is back to make his return to the stage after time on TV and in movies, most recently as Winn on the CW’s “Supergirl.”
The movie takes viewers along the journey of what it’s like to live with cystic fibrosis as a teenager. To anyone that does not know much about the disease before going into the theater, there is so much to learn.
While we love seeing our favorite childhood actors becoming adults, VALLEY is taking a little trip down memory lane to recap some of the greatest shows to ever air.
They’re back and better than ever! A few weeks ago, Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas announced their return as a band with a brand new Instagram account, dropping the cover for their new single “Sucker” and making a video with James Corden, host of “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”
With money, time and great weather, the question of how to spend these three long months remains. One of the best options? Summer concerts with friends!
On May 31, 2019, Taron Egerton will play Elton John in his biopic titled “Rocketman.”
It’s not a secret anymore — a spin-off of “Pretty Little Liars” is coming.
After all the late nights of long readings for class, spring break is here and it’s time to relax! Whether you’re hitting the beach or chilling at home, it’s likely you finally found a little time to read for fun.
In 2018, Netflix’s reboot of the popular 2003 show, Queer Eye, has become a favorite for many Netflix watchers. Two weeks ago, Netflix finally announced the long-awaited release date for the return of The Fab Five: Tan, Bobby, Jonathan, Antoni and Karamo, for the highly anticipated season three of Queer Eye.
Not even six months after the release of her album,”Sweetener,” Ariana Grande said “thank u, next” to her album by releasing her newest album, “thank u, next.”
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, turn back the clock to the days of big hair, scrunchies and all things Molly Ringwald with an 80s movie marathon!
For some people, the Super Bowl is about their favorite teams playing the great American sport, but for others it’s all about the commercials. Since getting a slot in the commercial lineup isn’t cheap, these trailers could be considered some of the most anticipated movies of 2019.
Here is a list of five songs and artists that VALLEY thinks you should go back and give a listen to.
Though Super Bowl LIII was debatably the least action-packed of all time with the lowest score in Super Bowl history, the ads were sure to pick up the slack and entertain millions of viewers watching from all over the world.
There is no doubt that Netflix has stepped up its game when it comes to documentaries by releasing genres anywhere from climate change to conspiracy theories to true crime
Ever since he became the third actor to play the famous role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Tom Holland has become a household name.
Grab yourself a cup of tea, light some candles, snuggle up in your coziest blanket and pick up one of these four fantastic reads that’ll be sure to make this freezing weather a bit more bearable.
Though Taylor Swift wrapped up her iconic “reputation” tour in November, Netflix has just released a documentary that will allow you to experience the magic of the concert, or relive it all over again if you were lucky enough to attend in person.
Netflix just added another binge-worthy TV series with Lifetime’s original show, “You.” The show, starring Gossip Girl’s Penn Badgely and Pretty Little Liars’ Shay Mitchell, tells the all-too-real story of the dangers of the internet, cyberstalking and unhealthy relationships.
As a generation growing up in a time when music could be considered more prevalent than ever, there are certain artists that VALLEY thinks should be brought to the headlines for this generation of music lovers.