Entertainment Weekly is a weekly magazine that is published in the United States. Its cover usually features a famous person. The magazine covers the latest news in the entertainment industry, including ratings for movies and television shows, the grosses of concerts and advertising budgets. It also features feature stories about showrunners, movie production companies, and television networks. Its first few pages are dedicated to “Sound Bites,” a collage of memorable quotes from media personalities.
This magazine features special sections dedicated to new movies and TV shows. The magazine also highlights upcoming events, obituaries, and behind-the-scenes stills of movies and TV shows. The magazine also features a list of must-read books. The back cover of an Entertainment Weekly issue is an ad for the Positiv beverage, a pun on Absolut Vodka. Paris Hilton is frequently featured in the magazine’s advertisements.
Other sections of the magazine are the TV Guide and the Movie Guide. These sections feature reviews of upcoming movies and TV shows. The “Must List” issue is a double-sized edition, which includes a preview of upcoming projects. In early September, the magazine features an issue devoted to upcoming television shows, movies, and specials. These sections are written by critic Scott Brown and are full of comedic commentary. The “Must List” originally covered twenty events each week, but later writers, such as Dalton Ross, wrote shorter versions of this section.