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Octavia Spencer portrays a true-crime podcaster in this AppleTV+ drama that explores our culture’s obsession with the genre. Season 3 highlights racial disparities, as Poppy dives into the radically different media and police responses to two teenage girls—one white, and one Black—who both go missing in Oakland, California.
With this spin-off series, Netflix’s “real-life Crazy Rich Asians” conquers the East Coast, gathering seven of the most fabulous and wealthy Asian Americans in NYC, including socialite Dorothy Wang and fashion editor Blake Abbie.
Yes, Grogu (AKA Baby Yoda) is back! Along with star Pedro Pascal, the confirmed cast includes Emily Swallow (the Armorer), Katee Sackhoff’s Bo Katan, Amy Sedaris’ Peli Motto, Carl Weathers’ Greef Karga and Giancarlo Esposito’s Moff Gideon.The Disney+ series’ loooooong-awaited third season debuts March 1.
A movie focused on female friendship, Alice, Darling is also about the psychological toll of abuse, and how a person might come to believe that they’re worthless and don’t deserve better. Mary Nighy’s debut feature also allowed star Anna Kendrick to come to terms with her own real-life experience of emotional abuse. Critics sense both the personal nature of the film and the camaraderie between its cast, praising both for their emotional truth.
“Kendrick, [Kaniehtiio] Horn and [Wunmi] Mosaku are an electric trio. They bounce off of one another effortlessly, sharing a three-dimensional bond that reverberates throughout the film. It leaps off the screen.” — Valerie Complex, Deadline
“Kendrick starts by channeling a fragility, as if Alice were made of china and any sudden moves … could shatter her. Then her performance, under Nighy’s assured direction, shifts. It grows, retracts and swells again, reflecting the emotional seesaw of abuse.” — Lovia Gyarkye, The Hollywood Reporter
“Ultimately, it’s about the bonds of sisterhood and how those who know you best and love you most can help you heal, or at least start you on that path.” — Michael Ordoña, Los Angeles Times
This eight-hour Hulu miniseries is based on the juiciest chapter (the infamous sex tape) in one of the biggest tabloid sagas of the ‘90s: the marriage of Baywatch’s Pamela Anderson to Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee. Its stars went to great lengths to transform themselves for their roles, and the real people behind the story have some (negative) opinions about it. Critics, on the other hand, praised this “sleazy opus” with “an undeniable heart.”
The 2019 pilot episode of HBO’s series was a game-changer, both reinventing the concept behind Alan Moore’s iconic graphic novel and educating millions about the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. The frenzied buzz from fans and praise from critics continued unabated—and you can catch up on the show in a weekend.
Based on the memoir of the same name by Stephanie Lind, the series stars Margaret Qualley as Alex, a single mom escaping an abusive relationship who takes a job cleaning houses to support her daughter. This unfiltered peek into the lives of Americans struggling to make ends meet was Netflix’s fourth most-watched show of 2021.