A husband-and-wife team play detective, but not in the traditional sense. Instead, the happy duo helps others solve their existential issues, the kind that keep you up at night, wondering what it all means.
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HBO Max’s first original film is directed by Brandon Trost and based on Simon Rich’s 2013 New Yorker novella.
The critically-acclaimed Korean-language film has paved the way for more discussion about translation of foreign language films in the form of debate about subtitles versus dubbing.
The HBO limited series contains VFX ingenuity large and small, but without ever losing touch with its core humanity.
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Charlize Theron stars in a comic-book movie with a point of view, creating a marriage of expectations and twists unlike little else in the genre.
The same army of “Simpsons” clones that formed Fox’s Sunday night lineup for years is now helping Hulu become adult animation’s streaming hub.
There may be some sweetness deep in this Nasim Pedrad comedy, but it’s choked by obvious plotting and a litany of needlessly gross jokes.
One of the video game industry’s most beloved franchises is getting adapted into a television series.
MTV’s cult favorite animated series is coming back, while Netflix subscribers will soon get a new horror-comedy animated show.
The documentary is a sweeping historical survey that directly links slavery to today’s prison-industrial complex. It couldn’t be more timely.
Netflix looks to maintain its control of the category, while ESPN, PBS, and new distributors aim to break up the party.
“One of my girlfriends texted me a picture of Sister Night and said, ‘Who would have known that your costume would be our grocery store outfit?'” King said.