Netflix's new animated series takes the cheesiness out of Guillermo del Toro's giant-robots-vs.-giant-monsters franchise; more's the pity.
Directed by Amy Poehler, the new Netflix film longs to stretch beyond its limits to be an inclusive look at feminism in teenagers, but its story works best when it keeps its ambitions modest.
Netflix's new six-part miniseries starts out as a romantic drama but quickly spins into something else entirely. If you like stories that pull the rug out from under you ... don't miss this.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association hamfistedly attempted to address its lack of Black members, and technical difficulties made things awkward.
The Netflix series about a young single mom and her teenage daughter has drawn comparisons to Gilmore Girls. It's messier than that.
A new TV series brings Superman (and Lois) back to the small screen — with a twist. This time, they're small-town parents trying to raise teenagers and deal with ordinary (and not-so-ordinary) life.
Brandy Monk-Payton, a media and Black cultural studies scholar at Fordham University, talks with All Things Considered host Michel Martin about the ABC franchise and its record on race.
For the new HBO documentary Allen v. Farrow, filmmakers spent three years examining records and interviewing people close to Mia Farrow and Woody Allen to investigate allegations of molestation.
NPR's Michel Martin discusses the most recent Bachelor controversy with Brandy Monk-Payton, a scholar of media and Black cultural studies at Fordham University.
A new British TV drama looks at the lives of gay men in London at the very start of the AIDS crisis — back when no one wanted to stop the party, and no one thought the virus could touch them.
As with COVID-19, AIDS had its deniers and its conspiracy theorists. A new five-part series centers on five young adults sharing an apartment in London at the onset of that epidemic.
Not long after the Netflix Regency romance premiered on Christmas, two young songwriters asked on TikTok: "Ok but what if Bridgerton was a musical?" Millions of people wanted to know the answer.
Jones filmed On the Rocks shortly after her son's birth and her mother's death. She nearly turned down the role, and is glad she didn't. "This movie was kind of a salvation for me," she says.
The action star came under fire for saying today's political climate in the U.S. is similar to Nazi Germany's treatment of Jews.
Super Bowl LV was Sunday, and as always, a lot of viewers tuned in for the over-the-top ads. Bud Light and Robinhood were standouts, but Dolly Parton fell flat with a rework of her hit "9 to 5."