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What to Watch According to How Sad You Are This February

Whether you’re heartbroken or politically distraught, there are plenty of ways to indulge in misery.
Mica Lemiski
16 hours ago
fandom

Turns Out Eminem Is Himself a Stan

His tweets calling out Netflix for canceling 'The Punisher' sound like they're written by his famous super fan alter ego.
Taylor Hosking
a day ago
NETFLIX

'Russian Doll' Is Necessary TV for Our Isolationist Times

The Netflix original show, starring and co-created by Natasha Lyonne, speaks to the power of bonding with others.
Lauren O'Neill
3 days ago
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Ja Rule Is Planning a New Music Festival That Is Definitely Not a Scam

Oh Ja Rule, what are we gonna do with you?
Taylor Hosking
2.15.19
NETFLIX

Netflix's 'The Umbrella Academy' Is Wonderful and Weird

The adaptation of the comic written by Gerard Way is "a ten hour movie," inspired, in part, by Wes Anderson.
Seth Ferranti
2.15.19
Film

Everything We Know About the New 'Breaking Bad' Movie

Aaron Paul is reprising his role as Jesse Pinkman.
River Donaghey
2.13.19
Film

'Velvet Buzzsaw' Director Dan Gilroy Thinks the Art World Is Broken

"I don't think the quality of a work should be judged by the number of views or clicks or amount of pay."
Seth Ferranti
2.13.19
entertainment

Tracy Clayton Is Very Excited About Returning to Podcasting, This Time for Netflix

We sat with the former host of ‘Another Round’ about her new ‘Strong Black Lead’ podcast.
Noel Ransome
2.11.19
Culture

Apparently Killer Mike Really Does Have His Own Religion

Involving a shrine in his house full of "women figures of divinity."
Taylor Hosking
2.11.19
Film

'Abducted in Plain Sight' Is the Wildest True Crime Documentary on Netflix

The film documents a tragedy so incomprehensible, audiences don't know how to react.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
2.1.19
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Nice One M8, 'Sex Education' Is Coming Back for Another Shag

One of the few shows that treats sex like a topic to unpack instead of a scene to spice up an episode.
Taylor Hosking
2.1.19
Film

Canada Passed Legislation Condemning 'Bird Box'

'Bird Box' used real footage of a recent deadly disaster in Quebec and refused to remove it. Now, Canadian Parliament is demanding they pay.
Taylor Hosking
1.31.19
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