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This coming June, it's all about love and rainbows all around! What better way to celebrate Pride month than by binge-watching all the LGBTQ-led films available on Netflix? And when we say all, we quite literally mean it because, let's be honest,
The epic Korean fantasy series Arthdal Chronicles premieres on Netflix this June.
Song Joong-Ki is no stranger to playing dashing and charismatic leading men roles, but his latest project is unlike anything we’ve seen him done before. For one, he’s ultra tan with messy brown locks and a painted face—a total contrast to the
We can already tell it's gonna be fun and fashionable!
Start the week right with all the latest happenings in the world of fashion.Netflix has been cooking up a new show for the fashion savvy to binge: Next In Fashion. Netflix's first fashion design competition will put 18 designers head to head
Following Crazy Rich Asians' success, Always Be My Maybe tells the story of two long-lost childhood friends.
After the blockbuster success of Crazy Rich Asians, it looks like the rom-com streak with an all-Asian cast continues—this time, with Netflix’s newest original film Always Be My Maybe. Set for release on May 31, the film centers on two childhood best friends
For the ultimate K-drama fan!
We’re only almost done with the first half of 2019, and it’s already proving to be a great year for Korean drama fans—in fact, even Netflix has evidently caught the K-drama fever! With all the heart-fluttering rom-coms, exciting thrillers, and ugly cry-inducing series
All the basic summer essentials you'll need.
Get ready to rep the fictional town of Hawkins in H&M's newest collaboration with Stranger Things. In line with the Netflix hit show's '80s theme, H&M's summer capsule collection will feature a line of modern pieces in retro-inspired silhouettes, perfect for lounging
What to expect: body horror, crystals and Uma Thurman.
Our love for horror can be simply explained by the need for an adrenaline rush. It’s simple: you resign from the day, choose a series, anticipate the jump scares and feel relieved it’s not you experiencing the scenes. Don’t expect that with
Chill out with your mom on her special day.
It's Mother's Day in a few weeks! You know what that means? It's time to treat the queens in our lives with a much deserved R&R. Maybe treat her to lunch, take her to the spa, and get your nails done, then
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
For one, he had no idea how popular he is in the Philippines!
Noah Centineo is swiftly becoming everyone’s favorite leading man with three romantic comedy flicks in a span of just a year—To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before was released August of 2018, and we’ve been on a Peter Kavinsky high since then.
Noah Centineo is back with a new romantic comedy!
The internet’s boyfriend A.K.A. Noah Centineo is officially back on the small screen for yet another kilig-inducing romantic comedy flick on Netflix. In The Perfect Date, he plays the role of Brooks Rattigan, a senior high school student who tries to fund
Queen Bey is arriving on Netflix!
#Beyhive, get ready! Netflix is finally dropping Beyonce's much-awaited documentary worldwide this April 17! Titled Homecoming, according to Netflix's official press release, the film "presents an intimate look at Beyoncé’s historic 2018 Coachella performance that paid homage to America's historically black colleges
Noah Centineo's new rom-com, Korean dramas, and more to watch out for!
Whether it's a fake date with a broke Noah Centineo or a child-like Brie Larson's face splattered in paint and rainbows, Netflix is once again delivering an eclectic selection of new films and TV shows to watch out for this month of April.Check them
From Korean series to movies to variety shows you can stream!
Gone are the days when we had to wait for each episode of a Koreanovela to air on TV every day. These days, we have streaming platforms that let us binge-watch for however long we want! It’s not surprising to know that
We sat down with the boys of Queer Eye, and it was everything!
If you haven't seen the newest season of Queer Eye already (and you really should), one constant theme throughout its eight episodes is the importance of self-care and self-love. So, of course, when we had the chance to have an exclusive sit-down phone interview with
Suddenly, everything makes sense!
If you spend hours upon hours of aimlessly scrolling through Netflix just like the rest of us, then perhaps you've noticed a constant change in a particular show's thumbnail each time you log back in. Why is this? And why is it
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.
Perfect for binge-watching this women's month!
This romantic comedy is more than just about hair. It's about breaking through stereotypes and realizing your worth as a woman, way beyond the standards set by society that are expected of you. Not to mention Kehlani's Advice playing in the background
Enter the world of a fashion genius.
With the fashion world still reeling from the recent death of Karl Lagerfeld, we continue to pay tribute to the Kaiser responsible for reviving and bringing the house of Chanel into the modern era. 7 Days Out is a Netflix original series