"Emily in Paris" epitomises a Darren Star comedy since it features stylish women, attractive men, and catty gays. Furthermore, during the gloomy months of fall 2020
“The Great,” Hulu’s aggressively anachronistic series about the young Catherine the Great.
The 2000 television series, which starred Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle as 13-year-old BFFs, masterfully conveys the misery, embarrassment, and naiveté of middle-schoolers who don't quite fit in.
This Netflix reality "competition" combines the rigorous culinary standards of "Top Chef," the serene atmosphere of "The Great British Baking Show," and the educational accessibility of "How It's Made."
“The Sex Lives of College Girls,” the new HBO Max show about a quartet of freshmen roommates co-created by Mindy Kaling.
Young best friends Oscar (an elephant) and Hedgehog learn shortly after being dropped off at a magical summer camp that their counsellors are teen witches in the animated series, which chronicles their adventures.
The Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding romcom from Paul Fieg got some harsh criticism in 2019, but the thing is, the movie has more to offer than critics first assumed.
A Christmas Prince was one of Netflix’s first forays into the holiday genre, and upon first glance, it’s full-on garbage.
Right before Christmas, Suzanne's world is turned upside-down when her husband Jeff dies unexpectedly.
A whirlwind Christmas romance builds as cynical Dash and optimistic Lily trade dares, dreams and desires in the notebook they pass back and forth at locations around New York City.