The fourth and final season of Manifest is back and there is a lot going on as the series offers some answers, new things to think about, and some very dramatic turns for the characters.
Interviews with actors, filmmakers, creators, producers, musicians, artists, and talent.
Two hundred years before the events in Game of Thrones there was another fight for control of the Iron Throne in Westeros, and that’s where House of the Dragon begins.
How do Five and Lila end up working together again in season three of The Umbrella Academy, and how do they get over some of the bad blood from last season?
William H. Bonney has been a pop culture icon since he first escaped execution in 1881. Over the last 140 years, he’s become an anti-hero in film, TV, books, and radio. Now, in the Paramount+ series Billy The Kid, the rest of his story is told, all the way from his childhood in New York City, to the start of the Lincoln County War.
Brian and Charles is a classic buddy film. The only difference from the average buddy comedy is that in this one, the best friend is a robot.
Christina Chong talks Star Trek: Strange New Worlds and how La’an Noonien-Singh relates to the Enterprise crew
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds star Christina Chong knew she was part of something special the moment she saw the opening credits.
Killing It stars Claudia O’Doherty, Scott MacArthur, and Rell Battle talk snakes, crazy ideas, and star Craig Robinson
Craig Robinson’s new series Killing It is a hilarious satire, it’s a serious drama, and it’s also one of the rare shows that channels Florida’s weird and wonderful energy into a strangely honest story about family and capitalism.
It was supposed to be an epic night of parties. Instead, three friends are trying to do the right thing, without getting murdered or arrested in director Carey Williams’ captivating Emergency.
What’s Sandra Bullock really like? The Lost City’s Oscar Nuñez sat down with me to talk about the new Paramount+ action comedy, and he had a lot of love to share for the film’s star.
The Man Who Fell To Earth is Showtime’s smart, dark, and funny new sci-fi series, and it’s my favourite kind of television, building off of the original iconic David Bowie film, rather than rewriting it.