We spoke to Eric Newman & Barry Meier about Netflix’s Painkiller and the origin of the opioid crisis, and the pain caused by OxyContin.
David Oulton is returning to Canadian prime time television this month on OUTtv. His all new series premieres August 24, following the launch of a new season of his existing talk show Face to Face with David.
Those in the mood for a twisty mystery with an abundance of narrative creativity and a solid sense of humour will easily be taken by the second season of Apple TV+’s The Afterparty, even if it is slightly less accomplished and engaging than its initial outing.
The Horror of Dolores Roach is a new bloody horror comedy on Prime Video, and Justina Machado stars as Dolores, an ex-convict working as a masseuse to make ends meet.
For its fourth and final season, the groundbreaking teen comedy Never Have I Ever goes out on a high note.
Although it extends across three hour long entries, the documentary miniseries Arnold offers up a softball and incomplete picture of a person who continues to have a profound impact on the state of politics and entertainment in America.
Sarah Jeffery has taken on villains, monsters, and for her latest role she’s up against nightmares with the animated series, Lego Dreamzzz.
Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai is the animated prequel to the iconic 1984 film that I didn’t even know I needed until I saw it. The animated series is clever and exciting, funny, and even a little scary, and the cast is fantastic.
Sweet Tooth producers Susan Downey and Amanda Burrell from Team Downey talk about the Netflix series, and their style of heartfelt, storybook dystopia.
Mildly amusing, but never particularly special or distinguished, Fubar feels like a series that would be more at home on basic cable or network television than on Netflix.