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Gwen Ihnat Gwen Ihnat yesterday at 00:14.

Sabrina is both a cheerleader and the new Queen Of Hell in the trailer for season 3

Sabrina is both a cheerleader and the new Queen Of Hell in the trailer for season 3

The sentiment “It can’t be all hell, all the time” is expressed in the new trailer for Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina ’s upcoming season (part) three , but honestly, we think the show is in disagreement. Even though Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) defeated her father Lucifer at the end of last season, her beloved boyfriend Nick (Gavin Leatherwood) became the “human prison,” says Netflix,...

Randall Colburn Randall Colburn yesterday at 00:04.

Watch Amy Ryan in the trailer for Netflix's adaptation of true crime bestseller Lost Girls

Watch Amy Ryan in the trailer for Netflix's adaptation of true crime bestseller Lost Girls

Robert Kolker’s acclaimed Lost Girls tracked the compelling, frustrating true story of five sex workers whose bodies were found on the same Long Island beach in 2010, and the agony of their killer remaining in the wind. Today, Netflix dropped a trailer for its adaptation of the novel, which comes from Academy Award-nominated artists Liz Garbus and Amy Ryan.

Per the trailer, the film looks to...

Jan 16, 2020 at 12:18.

Mindhunter may have hunted its last mind

Mindhunter may have hunted its last mind

Serial killers of all stripes are frolicking in the streets of America tonight, as Deadline announced that Netflix has allowed its options on the cast of David Fincher’s Mindhunter to expire—at least, for now. Killer clowns and black widows alike will rest easy in their beds this evening, confident in the knowledge that neither Holt McCallany nor Jonathan Groff are currently under contract to...

Reid McCarter Reid McCarter Jan 16, 2020 at 04:00.

Watch the team of animators behind Netflix's Klaus learn they've been nominated for an Oscar

Watch the team of animators behind Netflix's Klaus learn they've been nominated for an Oscar

The people who make animated films, despite contributing to one of the most popular types of movie, rarely get proper recognition. Every year, though, the Academy Awards provide an opportunity to reward at least a handful of them with an opportunity to stand up on stage and receive praise for their hard work. To understand how much this can mean to them, check out this video of the team...

Jan 16, 2020 at 01:15.

Taylor's Netflix documentary gets a Swift-ly approaching release date

Taylor's Netflix documentary gets a Swift-ly approaching release date

The Battle At Big Machine could have resulted in a few more casualties (you know, beyond a prolific artist losing control over the majority of her art), but one thing did survive, and fans will get to see it it sooner than we thought. Per Pitchfork, Taylor Swift has revealed the release date for her Netflix documentary Miss Americana: January 31.

Before it begins streaming, Miss Americana will...

Jan 15, 2020 at 23:41.

Netflix enters the fashion competition fray in the Next In Fashion trailer

Netflix enters the fashion competition fray in the Next In Fashion trailer

When Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum (hallowed be their names) parted ways with Project Runway after something like 84 seasons, it opened a divine portal in the realm of fashion competition series, allowing for new and (potentially) exciting possibilities. While Karlie Kloss and Christian Siriano try their best to hold down the fort on Project Runway, Amazon and Netflix are launching a pair...

Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 15, 2020 at 23:02. 1 comments

BoJack Horseman braces for a reckoning in this trailer for the sad Netflix comedy's final bow

BoJack Horseman braces for a reckoning in this trailer for the sad Netflix comedy's final bow

It became at least somewhat clear why this final season of BoJack Horseman was split into two parts following that game-changing midseason finale , which are our own Les Chappell wrote pivots the show “from building to BoJack’s redemption to asking the question if he even deserves it in the first place.” It was a depressing finale, sure, but it also intrigued the ever-loving hell out of us.

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Ashley Ray-Harris Ashley Ray-Harris Jan 15, 2020 at 01:30. 6 comments

Leslie Jones is having enough fun for all of us in her new special Time Machine

Leslie Jones is having enough fun for all of us in her new special Time Machine
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During Leslie Jones’ six-season run on Saturday Night Live, the comedian graduated from writer to featured player to repertory member, earned two consecutive Emmy nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series, and, at age 47, became the oldest person to join the sketch series’ cast. She was the rare...

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Jan 14, 2020 at 23:28. 3 comments

You to continue fueling confusing crushes for a 3rd season

You to continue fueling confusing crushes for a 3rd season

Just so we’re all on the same page (get it?!), we as a viewing audience should definitely not be finding ways to sympathize with You ’s murderous paramour, Joe Goldberg , right? Somehow, despite having an official body count, it was still a debated subject during the second season, where he attempted to start fresh after his previous relationship ended in, uh, very specific heartbreak. And ...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 14, 2020 at 02:26. 11 comments

Adam Sandler said he'd make a movie "so bad on purpose" if he didn't get an Oscar nod. We have some pitches

Adam Sandler said he'd make a movie "so bad on purpose" if he didn't get an Oscar nod. We have some pitches

Adam Sandler was robbed, goddammit . Uncut Gems was one of the best movies of the year and Sandler’s anxious, sweaty performance is exactly the one we all knew he was capable of delivering. He’s not sweating it, though. In a perfect tweet posted this morning, Sandler referred to himself as “Sandman” while celebrating his Waterboy co-star Kathy Bates’ nomination and the fact that he can now...

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Jan 12, 2020 at 01:01. 16 comments

Netflix releases gorgeous interactive map to help you keep track of all of The Witcher's moving parts

Netflix releases gorgeous interactive map to help you keep track of all of The Witcher's moving parts

[Note: This article contains spoilers for The Witcher.]

Although it drops hints as early as the first episode—in which Geralt’s new bandit princess buddy Renfri speaks of one of the show’s other characters as though she were a far younger woman that the one we see on the screen—Netflix’s The Witcher series takes a while to reveal how convoluted its timeline actually is. With the show’s...

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Liz Shannon Miller Liz Shannon Miller Jan 11, 2020 at 03:00. 6 comments

RuPaul’s AJ And The Queen is a charming sitcom showcase for the man beneath the wigs

RuPaul’s AJ And The Queen is a charming sitcom showcase for the man beneath the wigs
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RuPaul Charles, the man who helped transform drag from an underground movement into a pop culture phenomenon, is fond of emphasizing the power each of us has to not just invent but reinvent ourselves as the person we want to be—something that is fascinating to consider in the light of Charles’ new persona as,...

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Jan 10, 2020 at 22:30. 3 comments

Fortune Feimster gets to her Southern roots in the trailer for her Netflix stand-up special

Fortune Feimster gets to her Southern roots in the trailer for her Netflix stand-up special

Since her Chelsea Lately days, comedian and writer Fortune Feimster has been weaving in and out of some of our favorite shows (including one woefully brief pit stop at Claws) to insert her brand of Southern-infused chuckles. Now, she has her own hour-long stand-up special coming to Netflix, Fortune Feimster: Sweet & Salty, where she reminisces about growing into her queer identity in her home...

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Jan 10, 2020 at 00:43. 16 comments

Andy Muschietti says he's remaking Joe Dante's The Howling for Netflix

Andy Muschietti says he's remaking Joe Dante's The Howling for Netflix

Having recently scored—with a little assist from our collective dismay at creepy clowns—two of the most financially successful horror movies of all time, It director Andy Muschietti has pretty clearly entered the blank check era of his career. You know the one: It’s the part of a young director’s career where where their individual dream project tends to take shape, because, hell, they made...

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Samantha Nelson Samantha Nelson Jan 09, 2020. 22 comments

The Witcher’s comic relief is part of a long tradition of fantasy bards

The Witcher’s comic relief is part of a long tradition of fantasy bards

Netflix’s The Witcher is a largely dour series, a gritty fantasy epic clearly meant to capture the same audience as Game Of Thrones. The first episode is a showcase of horrors including mass suicide, military slaughter, and a mage who kills and dissects young women he believes to be cursed mutants.

That bleakness is exactly what makes the introduction of Jaskier (Joey Batey) in the show’s...

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Jan 09, 2020. 11 comments

Rob Huebel says Medical Police is Childrens Hospital, but "we give the doctors guns"

Rob Huebel says Medical Police is Childrens Hospital, but "we give the doctors guns"

For seven seasons on Adult Swim (and one season on the former TheWB.com), Childrens Hospital was television’s live-action answer to Looney Tunes —constantly changing the rules, cast, and genre of its world to become so much more than a parody of Grey’s Anatomy, as it initially appeared to be. Nearly four years after its finale, the sitcom mutates again, this time with a new name and a new home...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 08, 2020. 21 comments

Watch a kaleidoscopic, action-packed trailer for Netflix's Locke & Key

Watch a kaleidoscopic, action-packed trailer for Netflix's Locke & Key

Welcome to Keyhouse. The journey was undoubtedly a bumpy one—a tanked Fox pilot and a false start at Hulu count as significant speed bumps. But the series adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s best-selling comic has arrived safely to Netflix, and the brand new trailer shows the Locke family settling into their new Victorian-style digs. And it’s only a little haunted, but that’s...

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Gwen Ihnat Gwen Ihnat Jan 08, 2020. 4 comments

Netflix's Cheer to show the Texas cheerocracy that built national champions

Netflix's Cheer to show the Texas cheerocracy that built national champions

If Bring It On is your favorite Kirsten Dunst movie, have we got the Netflix documentary series for you. Cheer focuses not on the Rancho Toros, but the real Navarro College Cheer Team in Corsicana, Texas, which has won 14 national championships since 2000. The team is coached by Monica Aldama—described as a “beast” in the trailer—whose motto is, “You keep going until you get it...

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Gwen Ihnat Gwen Ihnat Jan 07, 2020. 8 comments

Gwyneth Paltrow ready to “reach new depths” in trailer for Netflix series The Goop Lab

Gwyneth Paltrow ready to “reach new depths” in trailer for Netflix series The Goop Lab

We’d barely recovered from Gwyneth Paltrow’s Golden Globes dress last night only to get slammed by her latest venture today: The actor-turned-lifestyle-guru standing in front of a decidedly vaginal graphic announcing her new Netflix series, The Goop Lab (we refuse to bow to her lowercase title style). The graphic features the tagline “Reach new depths,” and we really couldn’t agree more.

But...

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Jan 04, 2020. 3 comments

Netflix lists its 2020 movies, including new films from Spike Lee, David Fincher, and the Obamas

Netflix lists its 2020 movies, including new films from Spike Lee, David Fincher, and the Obamas

Netflix movies tend to fade into obscurity the moment they’re released, a tragic side-effect of just how much content is shoveled into the streaming service’s twisted furnace, but now Netflix is apparently looking to get ahead of the audience’s inevitable forgetfulness by sharing a huge list of all of its 2020 movies “…so far.” Netflix posted it on Twitter, the best place to share huge lists,...

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