Quibi: Watch All the Trailers From the New Streaming Service

Quibi is coming. That’s not so much a threat — like it might sound — but instead a warning for your personal Peak TV preparation purposes. The mobile short-form streaming service backed by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman is set to launch on April 6, with episodes of each of its series clocking in at

Watch David Lynch Interrogate a Monkey in His New Netflix Short Film

David Lynch’s gift to his fans, on his 74th birthday today, is a peculiar and hilarious 17-minute short film titled “What Did Jack Do?”, which debuted on Netflix with a very enticing one-sentence synopsis: “In a locked down train station, a homicide detective conducts an interview with a tormented monkey.” Shot in grainy black-and-white, reminiscent

‘Little Fires Everywhere’ Teaser: Watch Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington’s Emmy Contender

Hulu’s “Little Fires Everywhere” is based on Celeste Ng’s 2017 bestselling novel, and a teaser released Friday hints at the questions of class privilege, gender and race explored by the story — all framed by the arson that gives the book its title. At the TCA 2020 Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, CA, stars and

How to Watch Tonight’s Democratic Debate

The seventh Democratic primary debate — the first of 2020 and the last before the Iowa caucuses — airs tonight (Tuesday, January 14) at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT, coming live from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. This debate is hosted by CNN and The Des Moines Register. The Candidates Six Democratic candidates have

The Hypnotic ‘Uncut Gems’ Score Mashes Synth and Prog-Rock — Watch a Behind-the-Scenes Video

“Uncut Gems” deserves an award for Most Stressful Theatrical Experience, and it’s cranked up to 11 thanks to composer Daniel Lopatin. He mashed synth sounds and elements of ’70s prog-rock to create a unique sonic environment that stands as its own work of art. Lopatin is better known by his recording alias of Oneohtrix Point

7 New Netflix Shows for January 2020, and the Best Reasons to Watch

1. “BoJack Horseman” Season 6, Part II (available January 31) Why Should I Watch? Offering an incomparable blend of laughing ’til you cry and weeping from deep, emotional distress, “BoJack Horseman” is wrapping up its potent, perfect series this month. After its eponymous star (voiced by Will Arnett) went through a successful stint at rehab

Okay Yes, Disneyland, I’d Love to Watch Spider-Man at the Stark Expo

I already know that Marvel is going to continue to take all my money and run with it, but now, with new footage of Avengers Campus (the new addition featuring our favorite heroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe at Disney Parks), I can’t help but cry for my wallet. Avengers Campus is something that I

Things We Saw Today: Watch Queen Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown Season 3

Olivia Colman is Hollywood’s newly anointed best actress after her Oscar win for The Favourite. But audiences who have followed her performances on British television could have told you what a powerhouse Colman was long ago. Thus it was no surprise, even pre-win, that Colman was cast to play a more mature Queen Elizabeth II

Watch Ansel Elgort and Oakes Fegley argue about The Hobbit

The nobly-named Ansel Elgort and Oakes Fegley play the same guy in The Goldfinch: Theo Decker, who loses his mom in a bombing at the Met and then goes on to (semi-spoiler alert) sort of lose it. Given that the new movie is based on a rather famous book—Donna Tartt’s The Goldfinch—we thought it would

The 17 Movies to Watch Before ‘Joker’

Todd Phillips’ “Joker” has dominated cinema buzz ever since world premiering in competition at the Venice Film Festival last month. The comic book film, starring Joaquin Phoenix as the infamous Batman villain, went on to shock the world by winning Venice’s top prize, the Golden Lion, before heading to the Toronto International Film Festival where