Salacious images are lurking in even the most G-rated of content these days. Be careful, or your poor child might be subjected something like what viewers of Netflix’s Maya the Bee experienced: seeing an outline drawing of a peen.
Alessandro Michele grew up in the ’80s—the celebrated Gucci designer was born in 1972—so surely he remembers well the gaudiness people had to endure in the form of baubled sweaters and Max Headroom futurism. But this is a dude who never met a gaudy he didn’t like, so welcome to the Spring season of Gucci, which reads…
After the first episode of Netflix’s new true crime satire, American Vandal, I was certain I knew who did it. The crime in question? Twenty-seven spray painted dicks, splashed onto the cars of faculty members at Hanover High School, like a senior prank gone wrong. One hour of this investigation would’ve been fine, but…
On Monday Gothamist reported, by way of Netflix Life, that 30 Rock will almost definitely be departing Netflix’s streaming service in October. I write this with a mixture of nostalgia and relief, for though my days of binge watching 30 Rock episodes a shocking number of times are behind me, the ritual was once a…
In August, Michaela Coel confirmed that, nope, she was not currently writing a third season of her hit comedy Chewing Gum, but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t been busy.
Here’s just what the world needs, now: a “musical-drama series” set in Paris produced by the man who made Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling soft-shoe to jazz, Damien Chazelle.
In short: probably. But then again, what isn’t?
In a rare turn of events, thousands and thousands of Americans left the comfort of inside and went outside on Monday.
Ali Wong and Randall Park are doing what I’ve been asking them to do for the past year and change—they’re making a romantic comedy for Netflix and I honestly can not wait.
Shonda Rhimes signed a “a multi-year deal to produce new series and other projects” with Netflix, Variety reports, which ends her 15-year long run with ABC.
Deadline reported on Thursday that Netflix has renewed its throwback women’s wrestling series GLOW for a 10-episode second season.
Netflix has dropped a trailer for Season 2 of The Crown, due out in December. And as the show’s events race toward the 1960s, it’s impossible to watch the trailer without thinking: Dammit, why didn’t they just make this show about Princess Margaret?
By the looks of it, David Letterman has been growing out his beard long enough and is ready at last to return to a regular television gig.
Kathy Bates as an owner of a cannabis dispensary in Los Angeles feels like a pretty good fit, don’t you think?
“Ball hairs. The ball hairs. They’re different,” a teenage boy intones over footage of a Homeland-style evidence board, complete with red string and index cards in the trailer for Neflix’s forthcoming American Vandal, which looks like a pitch-perfect satire of true crime docuseries.
Here’s the trailer for Angelina Jolie’s Netflix movie First They Killed My Father, an intensely brutal account of all the terror experienced by children in the Cambodian genocide.
Add entertainment legend Carol Burnett to the long list of people with their own Netflix project. She’s working on A Little Help With Carol Burnett, which will feature her and other celebs “chatting with kids in hilariously candid conversations.”
You know what’s better than one Noomi Rapace? Seven Noomi Rapaces! Or at least that’s how Netflix feels, according to their forthcoming thriller What Happened to Monday.
The six-hour Netflix adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace looks like it’ll be full of menacing stares, violence, and bleak landscapes, just as any historical crime fiction set before forensic science should be.