Sharply funny, delightfully refreshing, and cleverly written, Master of None is worth taking a chance on.
Netflix has released a new clip of Hemlock Grove's third and final season just in time to break your mind for Halloween.
Here's the first full trailer for Marvel’s Jessica Jones, the upcoming Netflix original series and spin-off of Daredevil.
With a multitude of TV shows available at your fingertips, we ask the question: I can binge watch, but should I? First up: House of Cards.
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Whether right or wrong, in “Don’t Make Me Come Back There” we see how many try — successfully or not — to do what’s best for those they care for.
There’s no more a frustrating proposition than, “What if?” In “We Can Be Heroes” this question follows Joe Caputo around like a bad smell.
“A Tittin’ and A Hairin’” shows how love, lust, sex, anger, desire, and power motivate physical and mental violence inside and outside the walls of a Federal Penitentiary.
“Where My Dreidel At?” examines the importance of having a sense of belonging within a community, and for those on the “inside” — what it means to feel like an outsider.
Dork Shelf recently spoke with actress Selenis Leyva about what working on Orange Is the New Black has meant to her.
“Fear and Other Smells” delves into the unease, excitement, and anxieties many of the characters feel — imagined or not.
Watch the harrowing first trailer for True Detective director Cary Fukunaga's Beasts of No Nation starring Idris Elba.
“Tongue Tied” reveals how some either devote or submit themselves to a higher calling.
We live in a culture where a woman’s worth is ultimately defined by her physical appearance. In "Ching Chong Chang" we see the inmates at Litchfield Penitentiary are not immune to the pressure to be considered aesthetically pleasing, whatever that definition may be, and the pain that goes along with it.