Netflix's new original series The OA is part sci-fi, part fantasy, and a whole lot of mystery. The show has all the makings of the next big streaming hit, but is that enough?
Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life has been unleashed upon the starving masses. Here's what a newcomer to the series makes of it!
If you want some intrigue, good acting, or maybe even just to brush up on your history with an undeniably compelling series, The Crown might just suit you
Jared Harris talks playing King George VI, scratching royal backsides, playing dead, and Netflix's new drama series The Crown.
Second Jen is a refreshingly familiar coming of age comedy that feels totally Canadian without being "maplewashed".
We speak with Toronto's own Eric McCormack (Will & Grace) about his new sci-fi time travel series Travelers.
Netflix's new dramedy series Easy zooms in on the mundane, messy, and intimate moments make up the every day life.
In season three of Transparent, nuanced notes of class, race, sex, gender, and religion come bursting forth with an unmistakable roar.
If you thought cocaine was addictive, wait ‘til you get a load of Narcos.
Is Baz Luhrmann's hip-hop odyssey The Get Down too big for the small screen?
Ellen Page stars in Tallulah , a film about a triangle of women in crisis.
“Toast Can Never Be Bread” delivers upon us the tragic truth that when some things are gone—they are gone forever.
"The Animals" shows us how all lives do not matter at Litchfield.
To say the evening featured in "People Persons" is important would be an understatement.
From abuse, manipulation, racist epithets, to some very unfortunate construction, "Bunny, Skull, Bunny, Skull" gives us some pretty ugly realities.
"Turn Table Turn" features the cruel and unusual punishments employed at Litchfield Penitentiary.
“Friends In Low Places” features more than one "mea culpa" from the inmates and employees at Litchfield.
Paul Rudd, Craig Roberts, and Selena Gomez star in the surprisingly witty and undeniably charming Netflix film The Fundamentals of Caring.