The much-loved 1993 movie about the first-ever Jamaican bobsled team to compete in the Olympics will have everyone feeling nostalgic and rooting for the underdogs.
The British sitcom has found its home in the U.S. on Netflix. The story follows Tracey Gordon (Michaela Coel), a 24-year-old sheltered virgin who wants to have sex and break out of her shell. Coel won two BAFTA awards for her performance.
Baz Luhrman’s breakout show of last summer about the evolution of hip-hop in the South Bronx will have you up and out of your seat. Pick up the story of Zeke (Justice Smith), Shaolin Fantastic (Shameik Moore), Mylene (Herizen F. Guardiola) and the whole crew as they navigate the 1977 music scene.
The IFC parody series by Fred Armisen, Bill Hader and Seth Myers returns. Each episode is shot in a different documentary style and parodies some of the most famous and beloved documentaries.
There will probably be some short jokes. And a golden microphone. The hour-and-a-half special features Kevin Hart’s live set at the Philadelphia Lincoln Financial Field.
Fans love this show so much that the CW increased season 2 from 13 to 17 episodes. Catch up with superheroes from the DC universe before “Justice League” comes out.
Chelsea Handler’s Netflix Original Talkshow will be switching from its three, half-hour shows to one hour-long show released on Fridays. You can count on more outside-the-studio segments and more in-depth interviews.
One journalist with a love for the ocean travels the world to find out what is in them. He discovers plastic. The documentary deep dives into exposing the impact of the global disposable culture.
Bill Nye is back and better than ever. Alongside a slew of celebrity guests, the science guy will tackle topics like sex, global warming and alternative medicine.
Netflix is back at the true-crime genre with a hybrid documentary that has already received acclaim. The film will combine real-life accounts and reflections with performances to portray the tragic legacy of JonBenet Ramsay.
The 1986 comedy starring Matthew Broderick that has inspired many a teen to skip class will be playing hooky itself from the streaming service.
If you’ve been procrastinating binging the sci-fi series after that reboot, you’re out of luck. Aliens are abducting the cult classic from Netflix.
All we can say is this is not as we wish.