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There’s trouble brewing in Hawkins (yet again!)
The ‘80s is back in a big way on Netflix this month as Stranger Things returns for its third season. Set in the summer of 1985, the new season is looking more colorful and less dark and dreary as compared to its
Is Miley Cyrus' Black Mirror episode worth streaming?
Most probably inspired by Gen Z’s social media-powered fan culture and obsession with pop stars and boybands, Black Mirror’s Season 5 episode titled Rachel, Jack, and Ashley Too explores the dark side of musical stardom and the reality behind a celebrity’s bubblegum imagery.
Looking for a new teen drama to binge-watch?
After the success of Netflix's original teen shows like the heartfelt comedic-drama Atypical, to their current thrilling series The Society, it seems the streaming-service has moved to straddle the genre's spectrum with their latest release, Trinkets. A teen drama that delves into serious
With two new K-dramas to anticipate plus a romantic comedy flick led by Fresh Off the Boat's Randall Park, it looks like the Asians are slowly taking over Netflix this May! See more details below, along with the rest of Netflix's newest
Warning: spoilers ahead.
After having recently churned out a few successful rom-coms like Set It Up and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Netflix is once again trying to imprint their mark on the genre with their latest release, Someone Great. A break-up film starring
Our favorite men are back and more fabulous than ever!
The boys are back! This time, the Fab Five—Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, and Bobby Burke—are imparting their fabulous expertise on all things fashion, culture, design, grooming, and food to some of the deserving folks of Kansas City.
Are you ready for Netflix’s first ever zombie K-drama?
When Netflix revealed back in November that they’re producing their very first Korean drama, we didn’t really know what to expect. During their See What's Next: Asia event, we were given a preview of this then-secret show starring Ju Ji-Hoon (Along with
Possible spoilers ahead.
Penn Badgley's back to up the ante from his Dan Humphrey days and it has all the makings of an oddly alluring sleeper hit. Based on Karoline Kepnes' psychological thriller, You revolves around bookstore manager Joe Goldberg who falls for an aspiring