The popular Japanese manga-series-turned-Netflix-original offers refreshing meditations on life, one episode—and dish of late-night soul food—at a time.
Post-turkey watching could include the highly anticipated “Gilmore Girls” reboot, Rocky movies or comedy specials from Michael Che and Patton Oswalt.
GLAAD released its annual “Where We Are on TV” report, which found more diversity on TV as well as the continued use of harmful tropes.
The company's performance represented a turnaround from the previous quarter.
Recently added: “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” “Happy Gilmore,” “City of Gold,” “13TH” and more.
See a new documentary about Amanda Knox, reminisce with Ferris Beuller or catch Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2.
With CIA women on our cover, this week’s roundup focuses on female protagonists in sitcoms, documentaries and more.
Catch up on “DWTS,” re-watch the first Bridget Jones movies or see new documentaries, like Ron Howard’s Beatles film.
Back-to-school binging could include the Stand Up to Cancer telecast, the documentary ‘Man on Wire’ or the new show ‘One Mississippi.’
It stars plenty of familiar faces and will premiere on Netflix on October 13.
The streaming video service has footholds in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau, but mainland China, and its vast potential, is much harder to penetrate.
Catch up on recent seasons of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “Once Upon a Time,” “House of Lies” and more.