Golden Globes 2018 highlights: Awards, speeches, black dresses, and Oprah Winfrey’s astonishing speech
The Golden Globes 2018 was Hollywood’s first big awards show, post the Harvey Weinstein reckoning and the #MeToo movement, and it was, as expected, a show alright.
These were the most binge-worthy shows on Netflix in 2017 | #YearInReview | #FirstCulture
With Kenneth Branagh’s version of Murder on the Orient Express set to hit theaters, let’s have a look at some of the best movie adaptations of Agatha Christie’s novels
Once you start watching Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television*, you’ll probably not want to stop.
Alias Grace makes you realise that certain things haven’t changed one bit — predatory men are still around (maybe more than ever), women are still struggling to have control of their body and the choice to abort unwanted pregnancies, and the immigration issue still continues to be a matter of shame
BBC One’s Strike does maintains all those things that fans love about JK Rowling's Cormoran Strike novels | #FWeekend
Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency is the most awesomely weird show on television
Stranger Things 2 is now on Netflix and everything feels right with the world, even when it’s upside down!
Before you get down to binge-watching Stranger Things season 2 on Netflix, here's a comprehensive recap of everything that happened in season 1
Your comprehensive guide to what went down in The Walking Dead season 7, just in time for the season 8 premiere
Netflix’s creepy and fascinating new show, Mindhunter, digs into the origins of serial killers
In the superhero world on television, saturated with spandex-wearing do-gooders or tortured heroes fighting larger-than-life adversaries, The Gifted seems to be a very different and interesting take on Marvel’s world of mutants posed with present-day problems
Here's everything you remember about Mr Robot as season 3 premieres
John Oliver to Trevor Noah, Jimmy Kimmel, Samantha Bee: Late-night comedy is new face of conscientious journalism
In 2017, late night talk/comedy shows are the new face of journalism and the voice of resistance — against the Trump administration specifically and against prejudice in general
In all, Will & Grace 2.0 has set the stage for a fun and wacky season of watching middle-aged New Yorkers do their thing while poking fun at everything Trump
Jerry Before Seinfeld isn’t groundbreaking comedy. And some of it isn’t even new. But for those of us who grew up watching and loving Seinfeld, it’s a great throwback to the classic humour of Jerry Seinfeld. Before Seinfeld. And since.
Gossip Girl is ten years old: Guilty-pleasure TV show that became a bastion of millenial pop culture
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Gossip Girl this week, let’s look back at the show that captured the zeitgeist of the last wave of a pre-social media age so darn perfectly. You know you want to.
When Alec Baldwin came up to accept his Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series award at the Emmys for his Trump impersonation on Saturday Night Live, he directed a pointed insult at Trump, saying, “maybe now the President will feel like he finally got his Emmy!”
From Westworld, Veep, The Handmaid's Tale to Big Little Lies — here's who we think will walk away with the top honours at the Emmy Awards 2017
Japan's classic anime represents, to Hollywood, some sort of minimal effort gold mine that it can dig, claw, and tear into without any remorse — as the Death Note live action remake indicates