Vacationing somewhere tropical would be great right now, wouldn’t it? Imagine the beach, drinks under palm trees, and interesting people. HBO’s new comedic drama, The White Lotus, takes you away to Hawaii on July 11, there’s just a lot going on with these well-to-do, and strangely broken “interesting people.”
Marvel fans, and especially Loki fans, are going to lose it when they see the first episode of Loki, premiering Wednesday on Disney+. There’s a lot to take in, and it’s a weirdly fun, fresh take on the character, with the chance to finally see him completely out of his element.
The Upshaws is exactly what you need to watch on Netflix right now. The new sitcom is like nothing else on TV, and frankly, it’s like nothing I’ve seen on TV in years, and that’s all because of Mike Epps, Wanda Sykes, Kim Fields, and Regina Hicks.
Leslie Bibb is kicking ass in the new Netflix series, Jupiter’s Legacy. Based on the comic books by Mark Millar, Bibb leaps into the role of Grace Kennedy, a reporter drawn into a search for a remote island, and a decades-long tale.
It’s here! Some of the biggest films and TV series from Fox, ABC, and 20th Century Fox have arrived on Disney+ new brand, Star, and the lineup is huge.
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.
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.
Cardinal and Delorme will be saying goodbye soon, as the fourth season of Cardinal debuts on CTV tonight.
Donnell Rawlings is iconic and hilarious. The comedian and actor made a name for himself on Chappelle’s Show before working on The Wire, and later on Guy Code.
Twenty six years ago this May, the last episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation aired, and that felt like a solid goodbye. Movies came along over the years, and the stories were interesting, but I don’t think many fans from that era really expected captain Jean-Luc Picard to return to TV again.