Hugh Laurie, Lucy Boynton & Will Poulter talk on the genius of Agatha Christie and the experience of working with two great, “clanking” Oscar winners on Why Didn't They Ask Evans?
Loot First Look: Apple TV+’s new workplace comedy Loot stars Emmy Award-winner Maya Rudolph, set to premiere Friday, June 24, 2022.
Stranger Things 4's new trailer reveals the series’ creepiest villain yet.
That Shelf's Jason Gorber stops by CBC's Metro Morning to talk about The Outfit, a gangster-style thriller and Agatha Christie-like mystery.
Find out how you can watch the 2022 BAFTAs—the 75th annual celebration of the best in British and International film.
That Shelf Chief Critic Jason Gorber stopped by CBC's Metro Morning to talk about The Batman and Robert Pattinson's take on the caped crusader.
CBC Gem’s highly anticipated new competition series Best in Miniature begins streaming on February 11th. Hosted by writer, actor, and stand-up comedian Aba Amuquandoh (This Hour Has 22 Minutes), Best in Miniature sees 11 talented artists from around the world compete against each other by building miniature dream homes. Each episode will showcase competitors crafting […]
Streaming recommendations for Black History Month include Passing, The Harder They Fall, One of Ours, Lilies of the Field, and Set It Off.
Yellowjackets is a deliciously dark survivalist drama that captures grief, gore and girlhood in a way fit for pure escapism.
Blumhouse Television’s horror anthology series Into the Dark makes its Canadian premiere on Hollywood Suite next month.
From The Tragedy of Macbeth to Encanto, there's a little something for everyone to cozy up with and enjoy this weekend.
Netflix’s upcoming docuseries Neymar: The Perfect Chaos lifts the veil behind the controversial Brazilian superstar.
Boba Fett is back, but should the legendary Star Wars bounty hunter have stayed in the Sarlaac where we last saw him?
A quick look at the latest episodic STAR WARS show, this one focusing on an an iconic bounty hunter newly tasked with running a crime syndicate.
Halle Berry's directorial debut needs a re-write.