Hi there! We’re not suggesting you go full Britney and Justin double denim this week, but there are lots of other ways to celebrate the era of boy bands and Lisa Frank. Whether you’re finally watching Yellowjackets or binging That ‘90s Show, there’s plenty to stream that will have you saying, “Now that’s what I call TV!” Plus, try these underseen films from acclaimed directors, while Are You The One? returns for a ninth season. Happy viewing!
The dating series in which producers assign “perfect matches” to contestants and then sit back to see if they correctly guess them is like a beachy, ab-filled live-action Guess Who?—and we can’t get enough.
Grab your antler crown: Showtime has released the first teaser for Season 2 of Yellowjackets, which has added Lauren Ambrose as adult Van, and Elijah Wood as Walter, who tells Misty: "Kidnapping, cults, death, your friendships are a little more complicated than most." Get ready to wander the wilderness beginning March 24.
Everything old is new again—especially the 1990s, which is now the go-to era for nostalgia feels. With That ‘90s Show premiering Jan. 19 on Netflix, here are other series that will have you reaching for your Tamagotchi.
If you haven’t watched the three-season Netflix series about life in Derry, Ireland, in the ‘90s, you’re in for a treat. From a Take That concert to a Spice Girls-inspired talent show, Derry Girls proves that the era was truly an international phenomenon.
‘90s kids will feel *very* seen by this comedy starring Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle as their 13-year-old selves. Some of it will be delightful, and some of it will remind you just why your teen years were so mortifying.
Coming off everyone’s year-end Top 10 lists, you may feel as if you have a great grasp of the important content to watch. But there’s always more, especially from directors we all love, many of whose movies didn’t always get the attention they deserve. If you’re looking for an undiscovered delight, try these three.
A rare comedy from Martin Scorsese—albeit a pitch-black one—stars Griffin Dunne as a man trying desperately to get out of downtown Manhattan in the ‘80s and encountering all sorts of oddball New Yorkers who seem intent on pursuing him.
Catherine Zeta-Jones and George Clooney starred in a rom-com? Written and directed by the Coen Brothers? Yes, and it’s a shame more people didn’t see it because both are at the height of their movie star powers as a golddigger and divorce attorney.