If you haven’t figured it out yet, there’s a whole other side to Netflix, hidden from you by algorithms that presume to know what you like.
This year’s ‘best in show’ so far features a number of strong female characters and epic storytelling.
Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Steve Carell, and the rest of the crew are back for a second season.
HBO’s new limited series is set in a tropical resort, and follows the exploits of various guests and employees over the span of a week as things quickly derail.
Netflix’s new eight-episode sci-fi series follows what happens when strange and unexplained events start happening after a volcano erupts in Iceland.
It’s all well and good rewatching your favourite series for a second time, but let’s see if we can’t introduce you to something new.
Next month, there is no shortage of new titles coming to Netflix. Here’s what you have to look forward to, with a few trailers thrown in for good measure.
If you’re looking for something gripping to watch, and enjoy a few expertly executed jump scares, you’ll find everything you need in ‘The Terror’.
The iconic 90s sitcom ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ is going to be retold in a hard-hitting drama series.
Winter…sorry…the prequel, is coming, giving ‘Game of Thrones’ fans something to look forward to.
You’ve probably worked your way through many of the series on the watchlist, but never fear – there are some great series coming your way in July.
Suspense, a gripping plot, and Patrick Dempsey await you in this new thriller series.
The good folks at Rolling Stone Magazine put together a list of old and new series to keep you entertained during lockdown.
You might be pretty excited about some of the blockbuster movies headed our way, but October is also going to be a bumper month for series.
The first trailer for the ‘Batwoman’ TV series starring Ruby Rose is out, and it’s met with a pretty stiff backlash.
Jim Carrey gives a moving and delightfully odd performance as Jeff Piccirillo in the series ‘Kidding’, and critics are clearly won over.