When aimless, self-absorbed twenty-somethings put their minds to it, there’s nothing they can’t do. “Search Party” follows four of said twenty-somethings who set out to find a missing college acquaintance, only to find they’re onto something much darker (dun dun duuuun!). In an experimental, pseudo-binge method, TBS will air two episodes a night all week long, starting on November 21.
As if you needed yet another reminder that, yes, the dearly beloved mom and daughter duo of Stars Hollow are returning to the small screen this November. Based on the show’s trailer, Netflix’s four-part revival promises all the witty banter and heartwarming family moments we’ve been so desperately needing.
Richard Linklater’s twelve-year drama showcasing the life of a boy and his family hits Netflix just in time for the post-Thanksgiving slump. Part coming-of-age narrative, part pop culture historical record, “Boyhood” is as ambitious as it is comprehensive.
In case you haven’t a chance to catch up on everyone’s favorite dystopian anthology series, the upcoming holiday gives you the perfect chance to witness all the fictional horrors the future has in store. The Netflix-commissioned third season features episodes packed with recognizable faces, including Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Michael Kelly, among others.
“SNL” Weekly Update co-host and former correspondent for “The Daily Show” Michael Che takes to the stage to discuss today’s most pressing issues. Guns, drugs, cops – no topic is off limits in this one hour comedy special.
If it’s a British spy movie marathon you’re craving, you’re in luck – both Hulu and Amazon have unleashed their respective vaults of 007 flicks, and there’s more than enough to go around. Bringe away on forty years-worth of fast cars, femme fatales, and freshly shaken martinis.
For anyone needing some post-dinner workout inspiration and/or entertainment, you can brush-up on all five “Rocky” movies on both Hulu and Amazon. As an added bonus, the critically acclaimed spin-off “Creed” is also streaming on both platforms, closing out your weekend marathon with a perfect K.O.
This Best Picture nominee tells the fictional “true story” of a persistent detective, bumbling criminals, and all the darn-tootin’ dark comedy mischief you could ever want. Frances McDormand flourishes as Marge Gunderson, the lovable, local police chief who treks across the frozen tundra of eastern North Dakota, and unfolds a plot that is anything but ordinary.
This six-part miniseries about a luxury hotel night manager-turned-secret agent has received global critical acclaim since its debut earlier this year, and now it’s primed and ready for binging. “The Night Manager” packs some twisting thrills and features Emmy-nominated performances by both Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie.
Who knew a movie about a concert in the Pacific Northwest could turn out to be one of the most exhilarating horror films of 2015? “Green Room” follows a punk band that try to escape a group of neo-Nazi skinheads a punk band after they stumble across a murder backstage. With Patrick Stewart and the late Anton Yelchin (in one of his final onscreen roles), “Green Room” packs the house with wall-to-wall action.
Even though Christmas has most certainly become the behemoth towering over Thanksgiving since the clock strikes 12 on November 1, it’s never to early to ring in some holiday cheer with a movie as enchanting as this. When a department store Santa Claus claims to be the real deal, a lawyer steps in to defend his sanity and, potentially, his credibility. Gather around the fireside with friends and family for this heartwarming slice of Christmas nostalgia.
When you’re done stuffing yourself with food, feel free to digest with Tim Burton and Joel Schumacher’s respective Batman films. Ranging from the frightfully campy to the downright ridiculous, the past incarnations of Gotham’s rogues gallery are notable if not iconic. Be sure to beef up on past iterations of the the dark knight before Zack Snyder’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” joins their ranks on November 26.
If you love biopics, game theory, and/or Russell Crowe, you only have until November 30 to catch “A Beautiful Mind.” Based on the life of mathematician John Nash, it won four Oscars in 2001, including Best Picture. Though it’s been criticized in recent years for its less-than-accurate depiction of Nash’s life, the film is nonetheless a wondrous journey into the life of of one of mankind’s most complex individuals.