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.
Overwrought, overlong, and morally dubious, Tell Me Your Secrets is a forced, sleazy thriller with all the ridiculousness and depth of a daytime soap opera.
Hudson & Rex stars Justin Kelly, Mayko Nguyen & John Reardon talk season 3, St. John’s, and their on-set family
On this week’s Hudson & Rex, our boy Rex is at the centre of a murder investigation as Sarah discovers dog fur on a murder victim’s body, before investigators arrived on the scene. When the dog fur matches Rex’s DNA, Charlie and Rex have to dig deep for an answer, and end up going undercover to solve the case.
Despite being based on a posthumously published set of short stories from one of the world’s foremost eroticists, Little Birds is as sexy as a pile of old tires.
A comprehensive blend of carefully curated interviews and a wealth of archival material, Lesley Chilcott’s six part documentary series Helter Skelter: An American Myth takes a deep dive into one of the most notorious cults, crime sprees, and murder trials in history.
Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel is an effortlessly bingable, yet uniquely melancholic true crime documentary saga that plays with audience expectations of the genre.
Writer-director Tobias Lindholm’s Danish miniseries The Investigation belongs in the conversation alongside Mindhunter and Broadchurch when discussing the finest and most emotionally riveting police procedurals of this century.