Dave Chappelle’s new special, taped and released in the middle of a pandemic, solidifies his status as the premier comedian of our time.
While ‘Space Force’ is definitely intended as a satire, it makes some rather compelling points about the essential nature of exploration.
The show’s pace mirrors the pace of swipe-happy app dating, and catches its millennial contestants in an interesting set-up of blind dates.
The streaming wars are heating up, as John Krasinski’s ‘Some Good News’ signs on with CBS, ‘Hamilton’ heads to Disney Plus, and Tom Hanks’ new war movie goes straight to Apple TV.
Gadsby’s work is a testament to how eagerly the arbiters of our culture will devour and elevate work that convincingly purports to be progressive.
If you’re not too good to enjoy people falling off cliffs or getting kicked in the face, ‘The Wrong Missy’ will be worth your time.
The documentary’s release during sports’ hiatus allowed Jordan—always obsessed with dominating his opponents—to drive cultural discussions once again.
At the end of the day, ‘Hollywood’ doesn’t care about telling a compelling story about interesting people, but is intent on demonstrating the importance of representation in media.
The fifth season finale of ‘Outlander’ just aired on Starz and wow, it was stunning. It was also the last new episode to air for at least a year.
Producing your own documentary ensures that good access is on your own terms. In that sense, ‘Becoming’ benefits from access and intimacy, but only to the extent the Obamas allowed.
‘Outer Banks’ seems to want to be taken seriously, to make a comment on society, life, wealth, and privilege, but its convoluted plot renders its efforts meaningless.
In ‘Extraction,’ Netflix’s first-to-streaming release, Chris Hemsworth exudes the acting chops he so rarely gets credit for displaying.
In a world brought low by pandemic, economic upheaval, and overall weariness, we can celebrate once again. Nicolas Cage is the Tiger King.
It is difficult for a TV show to elicit sympathy for cultists shooting at cops. But the new-to-Netflix series ‘Waco’ manages it, showing the dangers of law enforcement militarization.
With the following movies, indulge in some genuinely entertaining on-screen romantic comedies, promising chemistry, great performances, and of course a happy ending, all available on Netflix.
‘The Last Dance’ explores the American cult of celebrity, particularly as it developed around Michael Jordan, and shows how the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls overcame adversity to win their sixth and final championship.
Netflix’s new reality dating competitions, ‘Love Is Blind’ and ‘Too Hot to Handle,’ have more in common than genre. Their plot twists are sexless.
All it takes is good writing, good ideas, and good comedians. None of that should be out of reach over at 30 Rock.
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