The new four-hour Paramount+ documentary is told mostly through cellphone videos and police body cams. It is surprisingly not gruesome — the visuals are selected and edited very judiciously.
On HBO's Game of Thrones spin-off, questions around several characters' lineage turn the show into one long episode of medieval Maury.
Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. This week: Industry, The Great British Baking Show, and more.
Episode 5 of HBO's 'Game of Thrones' spin off gets its ducks — and its geese — in a row. A royal celebration goes off with a great big bloody hitch.
In 1931, an entire new cast and crew reshot Dracula into Spanish on the Universal Studios lot.
A new study shows that Latino-led content attracted new viewers to streaming platforms and helped make shows and films more popular.
Sterlin Harjo says there's a tendency to be "very precious with Native people ... that's kind of how the world is trained to view us." The irreverent series follows four teens on a reservation.
Our critics' guide lets you search by genre and where to watch — whether on your couch or in the theater. Here's what NPR critics are looking forward to after a busy blockbuster summer.
Producers of fantasy shows should use diversity to deepen storylines.
Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. This week: Sheryl Lee Ralph, Kenan & Kel, and more.
The British actor played a brooding Mr. Darcy in the '05 film adaptation of Pride & Prejudice. Now he's won an Emmy for playing a scheming Midwesterner on Succession. Originally broadcast Jan. 2022.
Latinos have been part of Hollywood since the silent film era but are still underrepresented in front of and behind the camera.
In its fifth season, The Handmaid's Tale becomes more focused on the problems of complicity and of revolution that is individual rather than collective.
Burns' new six-hour series brings World War II history to life — and reminds us that our life, right now, is indeed history in the making.
Amazon's Prime Video is now the exclusive provider of Thursday NFL broadcasts. The streaming giant acquired an all-digital rights package and is paying a reported $1.2 billion per year.