The Lincoln Lawyer is tense, gripping, and unpredictable—everything a great legal drama should be. centred on Manuel Garcia-outstanding Rulfo's portrayal as Mickey Haller, a cynical but upbeat criminal defence lawyer who runs his practise out of his town car. Haller is also a recovering addict.
Indian Matchmaking offers a fascinating glimpse at a custom that is frequently misunderstood. Sima Taparia, the matchmaker entrusted with finding them partners, and a range of single Indians are introduced to viewers in the Reality series.
Better Call Saul is a prequel series to Breaking Bad that follows criminal defence attorney Jimmy McGill before his pivotal meeting with Jesse Pinkman and Walter White. As the series' writers Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould reveal more about the beloved lawman, Bob Odenkirk deftly slides back into his legendary role.
The King of Dreams (Tom Sturridge), who has been held captive by a mortal magician for decades, embarks on a quest to retrieve his lost artefacts of power and restore his kingdom known as The Dreaming in the epic time-traveling tale The Sandman, which is based on Neil Gaiman's comics.
In the movie Uncoupled, Neil Patrick Harris (How I Met Your Mother) plays a middle-aged gay man who has been dating for almost 20 years and is now obliged to try to save himself in this new phase of his life.
Most Hated Man on the Internet is a docuseries that is more relevant than ever in the current digital era. The programme profiles Hunter Moore, the owner of the revenge porn website IsAnyoneUp.com, which published a large number of explicit reader submissions without the subjects' consent.
Resident Evil, a video game with the same name, is set in two timelines, one in 2022 and the other in 2036. Billie and Jade, twins aged 14 who were born under unusual circumstances, are depicted in the earlier.
Lana Condor never lets us down. She became well-known after making her debut in the wildly successful To All the Boys I've Loved Before, and for good cause.
The show Inventing Anna, created by Shonda Rhimes, the brains behind Grey's Anatomy and Bridgerton, is based on a New York magazine exposé of Anna Sorokin, a Russian-born lady who deceived the elite of New York City into thinking she was a wealthy German heiress.