The failed, influencer-driven “boutique music festival” makes for the kind of story that the average documentarian dreams about.
This thoughtful, delicately realized piece demands to be seen on the biggest possible screens.
The eight-episode season premieres in 2019.
Paris Hilton, what hath thou wrought?
This violent, grimly shot take on the Jungle Book story struggles to find new things to say with the story.
It looks like the gang will be returning to the Hawkins Lab yet again.
Now in its 76th year, the annual awards ceremony recognizes excellence in film and television, both domestic and foreign.
It’s also likely the last year it will be available on Netflix.
A film adaptation of the online talk show is already in production.
News of the show’s departure “is a rumor” according to the company’s chief content officer.
Our picks for this year’s best music, film, and television take over December.
Puberty comes again.