Change is coming for Doctor Who and her companions and it starts tonight with Doctor Who: Revolution of the Daleks, the New Year’s Day special that’s also going to set the stage for the upcoming 13th series later this year.
The limited series equivalent of a comedically nasty, but pleasingly intoxicating beach read, The Flight Attendant is an intricately drawn mystery that moves at a swift, effortlessly bingable pace.
Instead of aiming itself squarely at the rabid fan bases for LEGO, Star Wars, or the overlap between them, this cheap looking and barely passable animated yarn is aimed squarely at the youngest and least discriminating of kids.
While it’s not as wacky or boundary pushing as one might expect given the creative comedic talents involved, Moonbase 8 is a dryly funny and surprisingly heartfelt series that seems custom tailored to our isolating times
Writer-director Scott Frank’s latest limited series, The Queen’s Gambit, is an intelligent, anxious, detail oriented character study that’s a perfect reflection of the game at its centre.
If a talking raven came up to you in the forest, would you listen? For Jared in CBC’s Trickster, things are starting to get weird enough that he’s almost ready to hear what the bird has to say.
Joy Koy is having an exceptional year. The iconic comedian is on the cover of Variety this month, San Diego is naming a day after him, he’s working with Steven Spielberg on a movie, and this Friday he’s in the hot seat for a virtual chat at Just For Laughs.
Although it isn’t as frightening or emotionally gutting as its predecessor, The Haunting of Bly Manor still manages to spin a (mostly) well constructed story of ghosts, grief, and – above all else – love.
Mira Nair’s epic romantic miniseries A Suitable Boy closes out this year’s Toronto International Film Festival with a suitably binge-worthy epic.
What’s the best comic con ever? How about the one that’s coming to your home?