This Season of 'BoJack Horseman' Is the Show's Darkest Yet
Here's why you should tune in to season five of the critically-acclaimed Netflix series. Very light spoilers ahead.
The 15 Best Crime Documentaries on Netflix Will Make You Lock Your Doors
Serial killers, sadistic cartels, and sinister cults abound in our list of the absolute-best crime documentaries on Netflix (US) right now.
What 'Westworld' Fans Can Expect from Season Two
An interview with the actor Clifton Collins Jr. about side hustles, saying "motherfucker" like a badass, and what the second season of 'Westworld' has in store.
'Blue Planet II' Is Beautiful, Miraculous, and Boring
No wonder people smoke weed to get through it.
The Tragicomic Genius of Marge Simpson
Without Marge, 'The Simpsons' is nothing. On the show's 30th anniversary, it's worth looking back at her best moments.
'Atlanta' Is a Show About More Than Strip Clubs and Trap Houses
Donald Glover's show breaks down those tired tropes by reflecting the city's ragged humanity.
Alan Thicke Died as He Lived: The Quintessential Canadian Dad
Jason Seaver was the perfect modern father.
Objectively Correct Lists
A Handy Guide to the Music 'Gilmore Girls' Missed While It Was Away
On the one hand, they missed St. Vincent. On the other, they dodged Mumford & Sons.
Remembering C. Martin Croker, the Weird Genius Behind 'Space Ghost: Coast to Coast'
Clay Martin Croker has passed away aged 54. He inspired everyone from Tim and Eric, to Hannibal Buress, and Eric Andre.
'Star Trek' Is Coming Back to TV
"Live long and prosper" is exactly what the series is about to do, come 2017.
Street Artists Sabotage 'Homeland' with Anti-'Homeland' Graffiti
So, how'd they get away with it? "Set designers were too frantic to pay any attention to us," the artists explain.
A Legendary Game Show Returns—with You as the Star
'The Crystal Maze' is back and more of a puzzler than ever.