Omar Sanchez

Omar writes, reports, and eats almonds for EW. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @OhMySanchez for Spongebob memes with a splash of NBA talk.

Why the robot voiced by Awkwafina may be the real baddie in SpongeBob's latest odyssey
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Co-host Nicole Byer and EP Matt Kunitz discuss the TBS revival, returning April 1.
The album will feature his recent hits "Lonely," "Anyone," and "Holy."
Sheridan is also set to executive produce Mayor of Kingstown at Paramount+, starring Jeremy Renner.
The first two episodes from the thought leaders in conversation are available now.
The book will be released in both English and Spanish on July 6.
From Living Single to The Boondocks, here are 12 great sitcoms with Black casts you need to binge right now.
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Before he unleashes a mustache like no other in Narcos: Mexico, Méndez discusses the heart of his new road-trip movie.
Breaking down three of the most revealing moments from Shawn Mendes: In Wonder. 
The spiritual sequel to The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl jets into your homes January 1 on Netflix.
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In EW's exclusive clip, a contestant on the upcoming Netflix docuseries leaves the "Happy" singer in awe after performing the Etta James classic "At Last."
Director Reginald Hudlin tells EW about the connection he felt to the story of former Clemson cornerback Ray Ray McElrathbey.
After "No Time to Die" and "My Future," this is the Grammy-winner's third single to drop this year.
Robert Rodriguez (Spy Kids) is back behind the camera for his next attempt at a kids classic. Someone find Danny Trejo.
Paramount Network is giving you a whole weekend at the Yellowstone ranch starting November 21. Giddy up.
The star and director of horror film Come Play dish on making SpongeBob a key part of the story.
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"Even in the darkest of times, I'm drawn to this macabre sense of humor," the actor tells EW of getting through the scene.
Plus: why the movie title shouldn't scare away your grandma.
Song Exploder host Hrishikesh Hirway tells EW getting Alicia Keys to release her private recordings for his new Netflix show was easier than he'd imagined.