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These are the films that give us all the ~holiday feels~.
The TikToks, gadgets, memes, TV Shows, recipes, albums, and more that helped us get through this train wreck of a trip around the sun.
The animated Netflix series gives its Black, brown, and queer characters more depth this season. (Spoilers ahead.)
Selena fans will love the new Netflix series’ focus on music and family, though it doesn’t complicate what we know about the star’s life.
Every scene is drudgery, every joke is homework, and every plot point is hell.
Happiest Season, Hulu's Christmas romantic comedy starring Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis, is sapped of its holiday cheer by a traumatic coming-out plotline. (Major spoilers!)
The Fox competition show has turned celebrity recycling into the most fun guessing game on TV. (Some necessary spoilers ahead.)
Did you ever think you’d live to see grown women in couture arguing about leg amputations?
The Netflix series does an exceptional job reckoning with the legacy of the beloved princess. But reporters who covered her when she was still alive say she'll always be a mystery.
Sure, some people will say Gibson’s latest movie suffers because the content sucks; others will say it’s because you can’t separate Gibson the man from Gibson the actor. I say: Why not both???? (Spoilers, if you care, which you should not.)
The new Netflix miniseries takes a damaged heroine into new territory.
Get ready for some flashbacks.
From an old Australian sitcom to the new season of The Bachelorette.
How To With John Wilson lovingly captures the beauty in the bizarre, the magic in the mundane.
The Internet Has Already Decided It's Not Watching "Songbird," Which Is A Disaster Movie About COVID
It's the "making a pandemic-thriller movie in the middle of a pandemic" for me.
From not addressing the Colton Underwood allegations to keeping Tayshia Adams under wraps, the reality show is acting as if its fans live in a vacuum.
With shows like Parenthood and Friday Night Lights, Katims was a go-to for my appointment cries. His new show Away only extracted a few tears.
With the new GroupWatch option, you can sync your streams to watch anything you want with another Mousketeer.
If you don't know, now you know. *snaps*
Sorry Brad And Jen, But Shia LaBeouf During The "Fast Times" Live Table Read Was The Best Part Of The Whole Thing
Are they giving Oscars for Zoom performances this year?
The "Red Notice" Cast Got Tested For COVID-19 Before Filming And Ryan Reynolds' Caption Is Extremely Ryan Reynolds
"Deep enough to tickle your childhood memories."
Great, now I'm hungry and I'm crying.
Time to sit on your couch and watch TV.
From how it will work in a pandemic to the performers, presenters, and how to watch.
Whether they feature superheroes, dysfunctional families, or just plain fun action, these shows should hit the Umbrella Academy sweet spot.
We should still have a new set of bakers — and hopefully very few soggy bottoms — later this year.
Take a deep breath in and let the magic wash over you until you feel as happy as Cinderella at the ball.
BRB going to watch Selling Sunset all weekend long.
Livestream discussions with Morgan Jerkins, John Waters, Raven Leilani, Riley Sager, and many more.
The Umbrella Academy is back!
"Grey's Anatomy" Season 17 Is Going To Include The Coronavirus Pandemic, And Here's What We Know So Far
"I feel like our show has an opportunity and a responsibility to tell some of those stories."
From Michaela Coel's I May Destroy You to the new season of The Twilight Zone.
Or you can just watch Hamilton over and over again. No judgments here.
Cetus-Lupeedus! The Cast Of "Zenon" Reunited And Revealed Some Behind-The-Scenes Facts About The Movie
Our fave supernova girl is back!
Irresistible, Daddy Issues, and Will Ferrell's latest Eurovision comedy are all new this week.
More things to watch, thank the lordt!
The bizarrely misogynist Polish erotic film 365 Days has taken over the streaming service during the pandemic. Spoilers, obviously, as if anything matters anymore.
Miss Juneteenth, Babyteeth, and Dads — a little something for everyone.
With its inclusive casting and thoughtful editing, the reality show captures what dating actually feels like.
Some of these shows are so good that people have watched them more than once!
We've all been bingeing, but what show REALLY shines?!
"Wonder Woman 1984" Is Having Its Release Date Pushed Back (Again), And Will Now Be Released In October
And it's only one of several big films that are having its release date changed.
The King of Staten Island, Artemis Fowl, and Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods are just some of what's new this week.
In Judd Apatow’s The King of Staten Island, Pete Davidson can finally answer the big question that’s dogged him for his entire career: Why is he like this?
Dreamland, Becky, and The Last Days Of American Crime are just a few of the new releases you can watch at home on your couch.
From the latest season of Real Housewives of New York to Hulu’s new series The Great.
In case you've run out of things already.
On the Record, the new HBO Max documentary about sexual assault allegations against hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons, is a powerful — and complicated — look at what’s at stake for black women who come forward with claims of sexual abuse.
RuPaul Wore A Mask Again During The "RuPaul's Drag Race" Finale And You Better Believe That People Have Thoughts
"RuPaul's new drag name should be Heidi Behind Mask."
As queer identity became mainstream and social media transformed reality TV celebrity, the onetime niche show became bigger than ever. But so have the criticisms.
In case you've run out of things to watch, here are some more.
A few things you can do to make sure these vibrant film communities stay alive and well in the turbulent months ahead.
Unhinged starring Russell Crowe is scheduled to open in just over a month.
It's Time To See If Your Opinions About The Current Season Of "90 Day Fiancé" Are The Same As Everyone Else's
Who creeps you out more, Big Ed or David in the leather trench?
A perfect Twitter account does exist.
Are you more Atypical or Outer Banks?
Take a virtual vacation courtesy of the silver screen.
"THIS AIN’T RUPAUL’S LUCHADOR RACE!"
Adam DiVello, one of the masterminds behind the shows Laguna Beach and The Hills, invited me on the set of his new Netflix series to show me how he makes reality TV gold.
The Lovebirds and Uncut Gems arrive on Netflix this week.
Why, yes, I will be watching Uncut Gems come Monday.
Lady Bird! Clueless! The Politician!
Kelly Ripa Called Out Critics Of Her Appearance During The At-Home Tapings Of "Live With Kelly And Ryan"
"It’s harder than you think to roll out of bed and come to a TV show."
They're not keeping any secrets anymore.
Category is...finale during a quarantine.
Just when you thought there was nothing left to watch.
From the latest Scooby-Doo movie to Tom Hardy's Capone, here's what's being released this week.
AHS: Murder House was a gift. If you know you know.
The magic is back.
There's a K-drama out there for every quarantine need.
Get ready to ranch it up!
Time to see what you've been missing.
The one where it got postponed 'cause it's def worth the wait.
From Ina Garten to Arnold Schwarzenegger, these celebs are getting loose on Instagram.
Raise a glass to streaming!
Get ready, Clone Club!
"Never Have I Ever" Is One Of The Best Shows On Netflix And Here Are 22 Facts To Make You Love It Even More
That shirtless scene was a lot harder to pull off than it looked.
The best dramas, comedies, and reality shows from yesteryear and today.
For readers who want a break from reading.
So many new movies to watch this weekend!
We might not get a Community movie soon, so this'll do for now!
No spoilers — just a bunch of really great shows to watch ASAP.
New things to watch, thank the lordt!
An otherwise heartwarming story of a decadeslong relationship, A Secret Love is undercut by its filmmakers' preoccupations with the closet.
"Black Mirror" Creator Says The World Is Too Bleak Right Now For A New Season Of It, And Of Course People Had Thoughts On That
"I don’t know what stomach there would be for stories about societies falling apart."
"I basically feel like I finished everything on Netflix."
An extra six bucks a month for your streaming dreams come true? Yes, pls.
By mixing dating and music drama, The Bachelor's new spinoff series makes for a better show than the increasingly one-dimensional original.
This is dream casting, tbh.
Christopher Meloni Will Appear In The "Law And Order: SVU" Season Premiere And It's The Bright Spot Of My 2020
This news almost makes up for the murder hornets.
"Everyone was really sleeping on Age of Ultron until today, SMH."
Which movie is perfect for your night in?
I'm going to my happy place and it looks like an animated Toys "R" Us ad.