Legalized pot meets performative cooking in a slew of new shows — but is a full weed meal something we should be striving for?
Never eaten cannabis-infused food before? Err on the side of caution, and eat a small amount first, she says
Legal cannabis is now a multi-billion-dollar business. Let that sink in for a minute.
An unusual cooking competition show sees expert chefs make sumptuous meals with cannabis while a judging panel of weed enthusiasts get stoned.
If Hollywood plans to capitalize on the average cannabis consumer, a new survey finds that it needs to abandon the use of stoner stereotypes in its productions.
As we reported earlier, Netflix has cancelled Disjointed. Now, the cast and crew are sharing their thoughts on the TV series’ cancellation.
In a 21st-century analogue to the early 20th century practice of movie studios buying up movie theaters so they could profit from every facet of the moviegoing experience, Netflix is developing strains of cannabis (that’s legal weed for “weed”) named after some of its most popular shows.
If you’ve hit the bong too hard and find yourself glued to the sofa, try these TV shows, which frame comedy and drama through a purple haze.
Before it became your favorite HBO show, Katja Blichfeld and Ben Sinclair’s show was a wild web series.
She is battling stage 4 cancer.