The new anthology series is a refreshing break from the lackluster programming the streaming service has offered thus far.
On the feel-good sitcom, now in its final season, romances signal a more surprising attachment: to home.
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The author, who is an Academy Award voter, inadvertently captured why Hollywood’s biggest ceremony faces a diversity problem year after year.
In Season 2, Netflix’s dark melodrama You doubles down on its critique of its loathsome protagonist—and introduces some smart women who get in his way.
A new film follows a prison warden who struggles with the harrowing weight of overseeing executions.
A new book, from the hosts of the Switched on Pop podcast, approaches the genre with laserlike focus and palpable enthusiasm.
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On the stylish reboot, scrappy Millennial characters represent a broader swath of queer life—and help rectify the original show’s missteps.
The French film, about a painter who falls for the woman she’s commissioned to depict, upends a familiar dynamic.
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Jennifer Beals, who reprises her role and serves as an executive producer on Generation Q, talks about the landmark original series and why the show’s reboot is necessary.
No, it’s not Daniel Craig’s new accent.
The new Apple+ coming-of-age film Hala is best when viewed on its own terms, rather than as a reflection of an entire community.
The record, which features new songs from Blood Orange, Megan Thee Stallion, and Lauryn Hill, captures the journey of the film’s protagonists while avoiding some of the story’s clichés.
The Grand Prix–winning Atlantics, set to stream on Netflix later this month, deftly melds fantasy and romance in a complex portrait of migration.
The Atlanta singer Jacquees continues staking a bold claim with his ’90s-influenced second album.
The newly rebranded Best International Film award calls attention to how unfair the Academy’s rules are for filmmakers outside the U.S. and Europe.
The late actor, who died at the age of 77, was best known for his singular ability to convey fatherly frustration with comedic flair.
In its final season, the Netflix series inventively captures the fatigue—and guilt—that many working mothers experience.