The highly thrilling AppleTV+ series Tehran has closed out Season 2, ending with Glenn Close’s character Marjan being left for dead by Faraz (Shaun Toub) and his wife Nahid (Shila Ommi), and Milad (Shervin Alenabi), Tamar’s (Niv Sultan) boyfriend, caught in flames in a car explosion, and we can't stop thinking about it.
Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis has all eyes on Austin Butler but don’t underestimate Olivia DeJonge as Priscilla Presley, giving us a “break” from the male-dominated narrative that's told from the perspective of Tom Hanks’ character Colonel Tom Parker.
Bringing us comedy, turbulent family dynamics and the quintessentially Canadian cottage experience, The Lake, Prime Video’s first scripted Amazon original series in Canada, is a spectacularly funny show, starring Julia Stiles and Madison Shamoun, among Canadian talents like Jordan Gavaris, Jon Dore and Natalie Lisinska.
In a refreshingly funny, honest and heartwarming coming-of-age story, Cooper Raiff’s movie Cha Cha Real Smooth, starring Dakota Johnson and Vanessa Burghardt (on AppleTV+ June 17) is the drama-comedy film we needed, dare we say the dramedy of the year.
With Disney’s Pixar animated film Lightyear being banned in 14 countries in Asia and the Middle East, starring Chris Evans voicing Toy Story's Buzz Lightyear, a Canadian animator who worked on the character Alisha Hawthorne (voiced by Uzo Aduba), at the centre of the ban for a marriage in the movie, is highlighting the joy of bringing that character to the screen.
First there was Buffy The Vampire Slayer, then there was Twilight and now we have First Kill on Netflix, a queer teen vampire series, based on the book by Victoria “V.E.” Schwab, starring Imani Lewis and Sarah Catherine Hook, with Emma Roberts as an executive producer.
Rose Byrne, Rory Scovel and Dierdre Friel are back for Season 2 of Physical on AppleTV+, with Sheila starting on her path to recovery from the eating disorder we saw in the first season, while hustling to build a successful aerobics career.
Erin Moriarty, Annie January aka Starlight in Amazon’s hit Prime Video series The Boys, teases a more exciting, complicated and dynamic story in Season 3, including her relationship with Homelander (Antony Starr) and Hughie (Jack Quaid).
Jon Huertas, who played Miguel on the 'This Is Us', is comparing the ending of that series with his time on the procedural drama 'Castle', where he played Javier Esposito, alongside Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic.
The end is near for Stranger Things with Friday marking the beginning of Season 4 of the hit Netflix show, but the cast members aren't entirely ready to say goodbye.
Reg Harkema and Paul Myers (author and brother of Mike Myers) are revealing the good and bad times in the troupe’s history in the documentary The Kids in the Hall: Comedy Punks on Amazon’s Prime Video.
Rosie Perez steps into the shoes of a police detective in the new Apple TV+ bilingual Miami-based crime thriller Now & Then, praising the show for moving away from the "insulting" way Hollywood portrays Latino characters.
Dawson’s Creek alum Joshua Jackson is back to voice the follow up to the popular psychological thriller Audible audiobook by Canadian author Andrew Pyper with Oracle 2: The Dreamland Murders, and teases the upcoming Fatal Attraction TV series.
Steve-O may be approaching the end of his 40s but the "Jackass" star shows us the craziest, more stocking stunts of his career in The Bucket List Tour, coming to Canada in August and September.
From Michael Connelly’s “The Lincoln Lawyer” books and the 2011 movie with Matthew McConaughey and Marisa Tomei, the story has now gotten the Netflix treatment with Manuel Garcia-Rulfo and Neve Campbell.
After a 27 year hiatus from The Kids in the Hall series, the iconic Canadian comedy troupe, Kevin McDonald, Bruce McCulloch, Scott Thompson, Mark McKinney and Dave Foley are back with a new eight-episode series on Amazon's Prime Video May 13.
"Game of Thrones" star John Bradley says being in the rom-com "Marry Me" with Jennifer Lopez was a "reset" for him, and is preparing for "unnecessary" comparisons between prequel "House of the Dragon" to the original HBO show.
We may have missed out on Joel McHale bringing back his Spider Man 2 role but fans of Community will be happy to hear that hope is not totally lost for the cast of the hit show to reunite in some sort of reboot.
Sam Raimi’s "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness," starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Rachel McAdams and Xochitl Gomez, has been described as “mind-bending" and Marvel’s first horror story, but it may leave you asking for more of those enticing descriptors.
In the 1980s, Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton led the iconic movie 9 to 5, but 40 years later, in the wake of the recent Roe v. Wade discussions, it’s clear the lessons from the film still hold true, arguably even more important now, shown in the new documentary Still Working 9 to 5, part of the Hot Docs 2022 festival.
With the new show Star Trek: Strange New Worlds entering the famed sci-fi universe, it opens the door for new characters and actors, like Christina Chong who plays La'an Noonien-Singh, to enter this space alongside veterans like Rebecca Romijn, Ethan Peck and Anson Mount.
Colin Firth and Toni Collette are stepping into the suspicious real-life case around the death of Kathleen Peterson, alongside Sophie Turner, Patrick Schwarzenegger and Michael Stuhlbarg in HBO Max’s The Staircase (now streaming on Crave in Canada).
Fan theories flooding the internet about Miguel’s death in the final season of This Is Us have now been realized after Tuesday’s episode of the show, titled “Miguel,” focused around Jon Huertas’ character.
Netflix's hit reality show Selling Sunset is back with Season 5, throwing us right into the romance between Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim, while Christine Quinn's feud with Emma Hernan jeopardizes her job.
After more than three years Season 2 of Natasha Lyonne’s Russian Doll finally arrived on Netflix, but with a new Canadian addition, Schitt's Creek star Annie Murphy.