Josh Shepherd covers culture, faith, and public policy for several media outlets including The Stream. His articles have appeared in Christianity Today, Religion & Politics, Faithfully Magazine, Religion News Service, and Providence Magazine. A graduate of the University of Colorado, he previously worked on staff at The Heritage Foundation and Focus on the Family. Josh and his wife live in the Washington, D.C. area with their two children.
“American Underdog” straddles the line between two genres: an inspirational sports biopic and a small-town love story where local church and personal beliefs play a significant role.
Featuring Benedict Cumberbatch as a salesman-turned-unlikely-spy, this potent biopic portrays how secret agents sacrifice for the good of others.
The iconic comedy duo Steve Martin and Martin Short teams up with Selena Gomez in the Hulu series, melding the whodunit twists of ‘Knives Out’ with the cheeky comedy of ‘Clue.’
Neither theme-park ride nostalgia nor A-list stars Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Emily Blunt can save mediocre ‘Pirates’-lite adventure flick.
A small-town crime show shot in Texas has ambitions to find a large audience, hoping to deliver the action people expect with authentic depictions of faith.
In a miniseries relevant for our times, four remarkable children must tune out media propaganda and seek truth to solve what’s causing a society-wide panic.
Casting off brooding high-concept futurism, this shoot-‘em-up action vehicle evocative of past hits like ‘Independence Day’ gives audiences a lot to cheer.
Introducing a loving, playful family of blue heeler dogs, animated series ‘Bluey’ has become a runaway global hit as it brings uncommon heart and creativity to children’s TV.
This sun-drenched, big-hearted tale of kids enjoying summer has a few twists, stretching Pixar’s famed buddy comedy genre into new places.
From an underdog sports comedy to galaxy-hopping science fiction, this summer’s batch of comedies, dramas, and more can help you beat the heat.
Musician and author Andrew Peterson leads DreamWorks alums and Angel Studios to produce ‘The Wingfeather Saga’ as an animated action-adventure TV series.
Jimmy Gonzales longed for the family he lacked as a kid. Now, his past fuels his breakout role: a father figure to orphans in a new Netflix biopic.
With David Zaslov leading the new Warner-Discovery entity, it remains to be seen if this merger means pricey cable-style bundles or ‘a la carte’ streaming.
Broken families and fractured fairy tales collide in the hit serialized fantasy-adventure drama, ‘Once Upon A Time.’
Documentary film ‘Street Gang’ reveals engaging parents with their kids was what made the classic show’s mix of educational goals and wild creativity work.
Michael B. Jordan offers a throwback mash-up of “Mission: Impossible,” “24,” and “Jason Bourne,” but adds little to standard spy-action tropes.
Remixing sci-fi tropes about robot domination, a new flick from the guys behind ‘The Lego Movie’ implores us to prize family relationships over technology.
Consumer watchdogs report that more and more extreme content is making its way into ‘kids’ channels. Technology alone cannot solve the complex problem of monitoring children’s media consumption.
‘The Chosen’ returns, depicting further events in the Gospel. Plus, new faith-based projects from singer Carrie Underwood, producer Roma Downey, and more.
An everyman who becomes a Cold War spy; a Christian version of ‘High School Musical’; a new ‘Mighty Ducks’? These seven intriguing titles premiere in March.
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