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.
Dylan Playfair has grown up with hockey. He played hockey as a kid, his father was a coach for the NHL, and, like a lot of kids, he watched all the The Mighty Ducks movies on repeat. That’s what makes his latest role such a big deal to the Canadian actor, working alongside Emilio Estevez in the new Disney+ series, The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers.
Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan & Marvel team talk The Falcon and the Winter Solider | Six-hours of Marvel action & adventure
Marvel is kicking off the fourth phase of the MCU with an entire slate of new series this year, and the latest is The Falcon and the Winter Solider, debuting tomorrow on Disney+.
Big Brother Canada is back for season 9, starting tonight on Global TV, and it’s going to be another wild season with new twists, and 14 fresh Houseguests to battle it out for the top prize.
Heartland has an incredible cast, and that includes a lot of four-legged co-stars. For World Horse Day today, Amber Marshall and Michelle Morgan shared a moment about what horses mean to them, and the series.
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.
If you’re looking for a virtual getaway this weekend, pull out your favourite sun wear and get ready for Jessica Lowndes’ new Hallmark movie, Mix Up In The Mediterranean.
Filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering ask necessary questions about the power of media, influence, and celebrity throughout their four part documentary series Allen v. Farrow.
Karam Gill’s three-part documentary miniseries Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine takes a scathing, detailed, and uneasily compelling look at one of the most hated and unquestionably successful artists in the history of hip-hop.