It’s the calm before the storm.
Barbie, Oppenheimer, Poor Things, and Killers of the Flower Moon lead film noms while Succession dominates TV.
The second season of The Gilded Age proves showrunner Julian Fellowes is incapable of telling this story with the gravitas and truth it requires.
With the arrival of season 4, Lower Decks fans can expect weekly doses of the crew of the U.S.S. Cerritos doing what they do best, delivering outrageous, laugh-out-loud jokes, physical gags, and enough in-jokes to keep Ph.D. students in pop culture occupied for the next year or two.
That Shelf’s most anticipated TIFF films for the 2023 festival include The End We Start From, Solo, Ex-Pats, Les Indésirables, and Promised Land.
Apple’s latest addition to the brand-biopic trend is another brash but breezy tale of capitalist enterprise.
‘Silo,’ premiering with two episodes today on Apple TV+, is a cliche and generic dystopian adaptation held back by its source material.
After chilling audiences with Hereditary and Midsommar, Ari Aster is ready to make audiences laugh, at least a little bit, with his “nightmare comedy” Beau Is Afraid.
What could’ve been a successful reinvention feels shallow and misdirected.
We’re finally getting a look at how the 8-bit classic came to be in Tetris, a fresh and fast-paced new feature for Apple TV+ that’s worthy of your time.
The smash hit HBO series will return in April.
Here are five 2023 shows that will satisfy any episodic obsessive!
Sundance’s Midnight entry Run Rabbit Run is a dark and brooding horror thriller anchored by a knockout Sarah Snook performance.
Matthew Macfadyen, Kevin McNally, Emer Heatley, director Jon S. Baird & writer John Preston talk about their new Britbox miniseries, Stonehouse—a fictionalized look at one of the most memorable scandals in British political history.
Torquil Jones’ grizzly documentary Villeneuve Pironi presents the F1 drivers’ rivalry as a tragedy of their own making.