A step up in overall quality from its decent, run-of-the-mill predecessor, director and action maestro Sam Hargrave’s Extraction 2 should solidly whet the appetites of action movie buffs.
For its fourth and final season, the groundbreaking teen comedy Never Have I Ever goes out on a high note.
Although it extends across three hour long entries, the documentary miniseries Arnold offers up a softball and incomplete picture of a person who continues to have a profound impact on the state of politics and entertainment in America.
A new professional development partnership between Netflix and imagineNATIVE is set to develop the skills of the next great Indigenous screenwriters, directors, and producers.
Sweet Tooth producers Susan Downey and Amanda Burrell from Team Downey talk about the Netflix series, and their style of heartfelt, storybook dystopia.
Mildly amusing, but never particularly special or distinguished, Fubar feels like a series that would be more at home on basic cable or network television than on Netflix.
There’s a satisfying thriller at the core of The Mother, but the combination of a bargain basement script and an overly serious tone prove to be a lethal combination.
Sweet Tooth stars Christian Convery and Naledi Murray chat about season two of the series, the large cast of kids, and favourite moments on set.
Emotionally devastating, intense, and often riotously hilarious, Beef is a series so special that it falls in the top one percent of all media ever crafted for television or streaming.