From living as an immigrant in the US to hunting Nazis hidden in plain sight, these shows being rolled out by Hulu, Apple TV+, Amazon, and Netflix touch on a range of topics.
Tyler Perry’s (terrible) new Netflix movie A Fall From Grace makes it clear that it’s time he started collaborating with artists who actually have something to say.
The Netflix documentary Cheer shows viewers something I learned a long time ago: All kinds of people become cheerleaders, for all kinds of reasons — and some are profoundly changed by it. (A few spoilers.)
The mostly harmless new Netflix series The Goop Lab makes it easy to forget the damage Gwyneth Paltrow’s pseudoscience-y brand of "wellness" can do.
The new series Killer Inside explores the role that queerness and denial might have played in Hernandez’s life, death, and crimes.
The second season of Netflix’s You celebrates Los Angeles for an authenticity that increasingly doesn’t exist anymore. (Spoilers for Season 1.)
The new Netflix sketch comedy show Astronomy Club is a hilarious delight.
It’s not like these movies instantly cured my malaise. But they did give me hope.
The second season will premiere on Netflix on Dec. 26.
Both The Crown on Netflix and the real-life Duchess of Sussex have given the British royal family a badly needed PR boost, though in unorthodox ways.
The Oscar-winning actor claims Netflix's offer for a comedy special “perpetuated the pay gap suffered by black women.”
These actors got totally righteous at BuzzFeed’s Comic-Con suite.
Netflix Leaned Into Teen Suicide Again With “The Politician” To Mixed Reviews From Mental Health Experts
“Clearly, [Netflix] has become more aware of and sensitive to these issues ... but it's a really hard thing to portray in a way that's completely unproblematic," one expert said.
The show will instead be featured on WarnerMedia's upcoming streaming service, HBO Max.
Vanessa Hudgens and a cursed medieval knight who's been sent forward in time? Sign me up.
The Crown launches globally on Netflix on Sunday, Nov. 17.
"I held a heavy ass camera and walked backwards keeping these 3 legends in frame," Homecoming cameraman Ben Hagarty said. "Oh and I did it going down a set of stairs."
“He understands the culture and saw that [the show] needed to come back.”
The Trailer For Ryan Murphy's First Netflix Series, "The Politician," Is Here And It Looks Really Good
The Politician debuts on Netflix at the end of September.
Season 3 will be available for your streaming pleasure on Nov. 17.
The announcement comes at the same time the company said it lost 130,000 subscribers in the United States from April through June.
Log on to Netflix today, and you’ll see a lot of stuff you’ve never heard of. Here's how the streaming service is convincing you to click on it anyway.
Netflix Will Cut Out This Scene From "13 Reasons Why," But Some People Feel It's Too Little, Too Late
The decision was welcomed online, though some questioned why it had taken so long, and whether other scenes also needed to be cut from the series.
Aziz Ansari: Right Now starts streaming July 9.
The show, which had a small but loyal fanbase, will now air on Pop TV.
The new show Prank Encounters has been criticized for playing tricks on people who are looking for work, but Netflix is standing by it.
After Gaten Matarazzo shared the news on Twitter on Friday, many users hit back against the idea of playing pranks on vulnerable people looking for work.
Always Be My Maybe and Long Shot let their ambitious women have it all — because the men in their lives are willing to hold their purses. Mild spoilers!
Central Park Five Prosecutor Linda Fairstein Was Dropped By Her Book Publisher After Netflix’s “When They See Us” Premiere
The Netflix series, which premiered last week, sparked another wave of outcry about injustice in the case.