Netflix is a joke. Whether you’re looking to laugh until you cry at gross out antics, watch our generation’s finest comedians pratfall with the best of them, or even just chuckle politely at a witty satire, Netflix has something for everyone. It’s Eric Andre doing what Eric Andre does best: making unassuming onlookers the audience for his over the top antics.
After a divorce, a woman travels the world to find new meaning in her life. Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling star in this Oscar-winning musical heard 'round the world. After getting dumped by his movie star ex-girlfriend, Peter (Jason Segel) enters a slump.
Former "Bachelor" Colton Underwood came out as gay earlier this year, while actor Joshua Bassett recently said he is "figuring out" his sexuality.
Amy Adams plays an agoraphobic psychologist in COVID-delayed "The Woman in the Window."
James Corden's performance as a gay man in "The Prom" was lambasted, but Ewan McGregor's turn in "Halston" has been acclaimed.
It's no secret true crime is still having a moment (podcasts, docuseries, TV shows, oh my!). During a year spent mostly at home, documentaries like Netflix’s Murder Among the Mormons took the internet by storm with its tale of deception and death, while HBO cashed in on a legendary scammer tale with McMillions. While Netflix, HBO Max, and Amazon Prime battle it out for viewers' attention, pumping out chilling documentary after chilling documentary, everyone else gets to settle in for their ever-growing collection of shockingly true stories.
Wanda Sykes co-created and stars in a new Netflix Original set in the Midwest.
Early in their relationship, they had to go into full stealth mode.
There’s still time!!
With Octavia Spencer, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, and Eric Andre on the docket, Netflix's original movie line up is more incredible than ever before. This is arguably one of Netflix's best first outings of the year. Starring Vanessa Kirby, Shia LaBoeuf, and Ellen Burstyn, Pieces of a Woman is the heartbreaking story of a tragic pregnancy whose aftermath cuts through a marriage like a sharp knife.
And yes, it's different than being pansexual.
Around 20 former members of Tau Kappa Epsilon tried to break into Bucknell University's LGBTQ housing, according to an open letter.
Meryl Streep won an Oscar for playing Margaret Thatcher, Chadwick Boseman played music icon James Brown, and Zac Efron played serial killer Ted Bundy.
NYC Pride said it was reevaluating the need for NYPD presence, which can be "threatening, and at times dangerous" to members of the LGBTQ community.
This all-new Netflix movie takes claustrophobia to an entirely new level. (You’ve been warned.)We’re talking about Oxygen , the streaming service’s latest sci-fi...
This brand-new Netflix movie is a total must-watch, but we have to warn you, it’s not for the fainthearted.We’re talking about I Am All Girls...
A dose of Barry Jenkins, a healthy helping of WandaVision, and a dash of Mare are early contenders for the best TV of 2021. Gone are the days of 2020—a year of COVID-related plot lines, quarantines, and blasting through television series because it's all we have to do. Now, it's 2021 and we're... well, we're blasting through television series because we're waiting on our number to be called in the vaccine line.
The newly announced limited series will also hone in on Violet Bridgerton and Lady Danbury's stories.
All hail the queen.
Protests continue to errupt in cities across the U.S. in response to the May 25, 2020 death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis, which joins a long list of such losses. While companies take to social media and email lists to share statements with varying levels of sincerity and candor on the topic, many are calling for supporters of these protests to reconsider where they spend their dollars—in particular, how often they support black-owned businesses. While my team and I spend a lot of energy making the shopping experience delightful, our core mission is to aid in the growth of black businesses, and therefore black wealth.