When Willow came out in 1988, it wasn’t revolutionary, but it was a funny and an adventurous ride into another world. It’s hard to say the same thing about the new Willow series on Disney+.
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.
The second season of La Brea puts a new spin on the prehistoric mystery, and at the heart of that story is Eoin Macken as Gavin Harris.
New on Netflix Canada this month includes original films and TV series arriving throughout the month of October. New arrivals include The School for Good and Evil, The Midnight Club, Wendell & Wild, Unsolved Mysteries Vol 3, Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities, and Mr. Harrigan’s Phone.
Step into the world of privilege and power in the new series, Vampire Academy. At St. Vladimir’s Academy, a boarding school for the upper class, a young group of vampires deal with threats to their existence, royal intrigue, and the classes that separate friends from each other.
Skyler Gisondo & Nina Bloomgarden on The Resort, timelines, favourite scenes, and creator Andy Siara
The Resort is a riddle, wrapped in a question, hidden inside a secret room, and it’s exactly the kind of mystery that I love watching, especially with this cast.
What’s on Disney+ Canada this month? September has lots of Disney+ premieres, from new films, and series, to classics that arrive for the first time. The biggest titles arriving this month include: Thor: Love and Thunder, Reboot, Andor, Hocus Pocus 2, and Pinocchio.
Cobra Kai has to be one of the most satisfying shows on television, and as it returns for the fifth season, there’s some changes coming for everyone, especially after that last All Valley Tournament.
Curtiss Cook on The Chi season 5 finale, Douda’s ambitions, his love life, and that “bad guy” status
In the season five finale of The Chi, Douda is under a lot of pressure after shooting Q, and one fateful event from the last season has finally caught up with him.
Taylor Sheridan’s 1883 is the prequel to Yellowstone that follows the Dutton family as they moved out west, and the harsh reality of that journey through the Great Plains.