Ben and Daniel spoil The Last of Us "Infected"
HBO's latest hit is off to an emotionally resonant, masterfully-crafted start in its first two episodes.
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.
Ben and Daniel begin their coverage of The Last of Us!
Regardless of what each viewer comes looking for in HBO's 'The Last of Us,' this exciting, intimate series will satisfy everyone.
The final season of His Dark Materials wraps an ambitious and flawed adaptation of Phillip Pullman’s celebrated book trilogy.
Allan Hawco is one busy actor. The Canadian star widely recognized for his fan-favourite series Republic of Doyle is not only starring in the new drama Midnight at the Paradise, but is serving as Executive Producer on season two of CBC Gem’s popular comedy, Son of a Critch.
Mike White’s social satire has done what most shows can't achieve: a superior second season.
Xavier Dolan's The Night Logan Woke Up will have its international premiere in the Indie Episodic slate at Sundance.
Netflix's hit drama has absolutely no idea what story it's trying to tell, more obviously now than ever before.
Shawn Peer talks with Canadian voice actor Eric Bauza about his new CBC Gem series, Stay Tooned, and how watching cartoons as kids helped shape them into who they have become.
More than 30 years after the original Ron Howard dark fantasy adventure film was released, an epic new follow-up series comes to Disney+ this November. For longtime Willow fans, it was well worth the wait.
Two of Willow's intrepid fellowship, Ruby Cruz and Tony Revolori, talk with That Shelf about venturing back into this beloved fantasy world.
Ben and Daniel spoil Guardians of the Galaxy: Holiday Special!
“There is nothing more difficult to take in hand, more perilous to conduct, or more uncertain in its success, than to take the lead in the introduction of a new order of things.” – Niccolo Machiavelli House of the Dragon ends with a tragedy that compels itself through a feeling of inevitability. Once Alicent (Olivia […]