From the strange death of a D.C. insider to post-tsunami ghosts, the Netflix reboot of the popular true crime show has no shortage of material.
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Though its attempts at incorporating social media fall flat, the Lily Collins-starring show is still a fun, fantastical watch.
The comedian spoke to VICE about her new Netflix special, starting comedy after 9/11, and her previous ambitions to be a journalist.
The earth is changing. Not in the future, but now. We need to see this in our rom-coms, soap operas, crime thrillers, and political dramas.
They aren't planning any programming related to Prince Andrew's links to Jeffrey Epstein, but you can watch a documentary called 'Royal Recipes: Pies and Puddings'.
The French coming-of-age film is a thoughtful and entertaining study of contemporary urban femininity through characters we rarely get the opportunity to empathise with.
The comedian spoke to VICE about his two new Netflix specials, the gastrointestinal effects of the Atkins diet, and the significance of the movie 'Blood In, Blood Out.'
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Netflix’s Bad Boy Billionaires Investigates India’s Biggest Accused Scammers. Now, Its Subjects Are Trying to Block Its Release.
The docuseries covering the rise, fall, greed and corruption of Indian businessmen Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi, Subrata Roy, and Ramalinga Raju was put on hold by multiple courts.