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YA Onscreen: Let FIFTY SHADES DARKER Distract You From Your Life

Plus the return of superheroes, Kimmy Schmidt, and Mandy Moore.

YA Onscreen: Let FIFTY SHADES DARKER Distract You From Your Life

Happy Valentine's Day (and belated Galentine's Day), ladies and gents! Welcome back to YA Onscreen! Go ahead and grab your Black History Month chocolates while you check out the news:

Fifty Shades Darker is finally out, and it sounds as ridiculous as we assumed it would be...but some reviewers are actually urging people to go watch it. I am not above hate-watching, but I'm going to hold out until it's at the cheap theater; spending $2 on this seems about right.

Before The Golden Girls come back next Monday, use this guide of the top 20 episodes to determine if you want to binge all 90 hours or selectively sample because you have a life outside TV (hahaha).

Zack Snyder's Justice League, coming out this November, now has a synopsis. Is it what you were hoping for?

Season 3 of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is back on Netflix on May 19th. Titus makes the announcement as only Titus can:

Trollhunters will also come back to Netflix for its second season, and will still feature the late Anton Yelchin's voice. 

Robert Downey Jr. helped Tom Holland with an announcement that Spidey will make an appearance in Avengers: Infinity War.

Why you should be watching Santa Clarita Diet right now (FYA's own Kandis wants to also warn you that there's lots of puking).

Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi are reprising their roles from Tangled in a Disney Channel Original Movie called Tangled: Before Ever After. Check out a snippet of Mandy singing a new song from the film, "Wind in My Hair."

Is Twin Peaks not as funny as you remember?

In what feels like a losing battle of trying to remind people that history repeats itself and we should learn from our predecessors' mistakes, Margaret Atwood reveals she based The Handmaid's Tale on things that actually happened.

V.E. Schwab's A Darker Shade of Magic could be coming to your television sets soon, courtesy of...Gerard Butler? I don't know how these two things go together, but having Schwab involved in the writing process will definitely help.

That's it for the week! So have you seen Fifty Shades Darker yet? Dish out your thoughts on it below!

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