A woman who studies butterflies and moths tests the limits of her relationship with her lover.
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“The Duke of Burgundy” director returns with another mordantly funny and unapologetically fetishistic homage to vintage Euro-horror.
The reboot of the classic teen comedy will nest at NBCUniversal’s recently-released streaming service.
As mainstream Hollywood lags behind in meaningful explorations of sexuality, these provocative short films embrace the unusual tapestry of human predilections.
The Apple TV+ series owes a debt to past sports stories, but Bill Lawrence and Jason Sudeikis still draw up a winning formation all their own.
Reiner Holzemer’s tribute doesn’t break the mold, but offers perhaps the most revealing insight yet into a man who has made an empire out of mystery.
The zombie comedy will undergo reshoots now that the comic actor has been shut out of Hollywood in the wake of sexual-misconduct allegations.
The star of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” was shocked when she scored her first-ever Emmy nomination for Quibi’s “Flipped.”
Staying home? Good. Looking for something new to watch? Even better!
Mark Waters’ summer camp comedy isn’t a total bomb, but it feels like the kind forgettable programming the streamer has so far avoided.
Comedy frontrunners “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and “Schitt’s Creek” square off again, but there are plenty of spoilers lurking. [Updated August 14]
Harmon apologized for the video two years ago, but now the clip is resurfacing with hashtags used by followers of the right-wing conspiracy theory QAnon.
Entertainment lawyer Elsa Ramo has been advising clients on when — and if — they should get back to work.
HBO Max’s new programming deal with Comedy Central Productions will also bring “Awkawfina is Nora from Queens” to WarnerMedia’s streaming service.