Amy Roberts on reimagining a fashion icon and why the final scene of season 4 hints at what’s to come.
A new actor will also play “young” Joe Goldberg.
Peppy Chicagoan Emily Cooper a.k.a. Lily Collins, is set to return to our screens
The series stars Harry Potter and Love Actually actors.
Listen up, Upper East Siders.
The cast will start filming in February 2021.
From the highly anticipated new season of The Crown to Taiwanese rom-coms, these new titles will keep you glued to your screens as we head into the festive season.
This special episode will uncover Ashin, the mysterious lady from the north
The show will “bidi bidi bom bom” its way to Netflix in December.
Terry Dunn Meurer dishes about the new stories keeping viewers up at night.
Apparently, there’s a reason the late royal often sounded sad.
New faces mean new problems for Joe Goldberg.
Henry James’s ‘The Turn of the Screw’ is the main inspiration, but not the only one.
An inside look at the supergroup’s rise debuts Wednesday, October 14.
This dress is and always been a character in itself.
All treats no tricks for the month of October!
The Sun claimed Meghan was “desperate” for people to see “the real her.”
Get your first look of this star-studded K-drama, premiering in October.
In Netflix’s ‘Ratched,’ Sarah Paulson plays a younger version of the character made famous by Louise Fletcher’s in the Oscar-winning 1975 film.
Step into Singapore’s golden era of television with these iconic TV shows that shaped boomers and millennials today.
A film that critiques about the sexualisation of young girls gets criticized.
The Silent Sea is already drumming up hype with this star-studded cast.
“Our focus will be on creating content that informs but also gives hope,” the couple said in a statement, via the Times.
From Tom Holland to Robert Pattinson, Sarah Paulson to Millie Bobby Brown, it’s a star-studded ensemble appearing on your favourite TV streaming services this September.
‘Season 4 won’t be the end,’ Ross Duffer recently stated.
The show is a Netflix original, directed by acclaimed ‘Train to Busan’ director, Yeon Sang-Ho.
This August, we have rounded up some of the promising shows to binge on on Netflix and BBC.