The comedian was unhappy that “Chappelle’s Show” was licensed to Netflix and HBO Max, saying that he should have been paid.
Glenn Close and Amy Adams star in Ron Howard’s Hollywoodized version of J.D. Vance’s best seller.
This week brings the broadcast debut of “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life,” on the CW. The creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and other “Gilmore” veterans look back on the show’s lasting appeal.
Nationalist leaders decry scenes in the show “A Suitable Boy” between a Hindu and a Muslim, at a time of rising interfaith conflict and government efforts to control online content.
The Netflix show about a chess prodigy has reignited interest in the game and fueled demand for sets, accessories and timers.
The announcement that “Wonder Woman 1984” will be released in theaters and on HBO Max on Christmas Day is the clearest sign that streaming is now central to the film industry’s business model.
There has been praise for Emma Corrin and a cheeky mouse and complaints about the depiction of Margaret Thatcher and the queen’s salute as the series explores a divisive time in U.K. history.
As Prince Charles on “The Crown,” the self-described liberal left-winger has thrived in a role he never really sought.
If Season 4 has fueled your interest in one of royal history’s most glamorous women, you’re in luck. She has inspired many a book, documentary and article.
Margaret Thatcher and Diana, Princess of Wales, are among the iconic figures covered in the latest installment of Peter Morgan’s show. How much is fact and how much is fiction?
The Netflix hit captures the struggles of women in the game, where female grandmasters are rare. But the reality, one top player says, is worse.
Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, a.k.a. Sylvie of “Emily in Paris,” spills the beans on acting the part of a French femme fatale.
Like Brad Pitt and Jake Gyllenhaal? How about Wednesday Addams?Catch them on the streaming service while you can.
The Netflix show about a female chess prodigy in the 1950s and ’60s is one of the best screen adaptations of the game yet. But there are a few wrong moves.
The comedian delighted millions with her Trump lip-syncs. After the election, she may be on to her next act.
Halloween is nigh. These screamers are bound to get your blood curdling.
The comic made her name lip-syncing the president in viral videos. Her new Netflix special showcases her in sketches that find horror in comedy.
As Broadway remains on pause, the former “Hamilton” star voices a mythical goddess in Netflix’s “Over the Moon” and is lending her support to causes she believes in.
The new Netflix show deftly explores the making of songs from R.E.M., Alicia Keys, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ty Dolla Sign. It’s exhilarating TV.
Anya Taylor-Joy plays a brilliant and troubled young woman who medicates herself with chess in Scott Frank’s mini-series for Netflix.
The veteran TV host is back with more episodes of his Netflix interview series and a perspective that has been altered by the coronavirus pandemic.
Amid concerns about the future of theaters, remember that the past wasn’t always glorious. This is the moment to rethink what we want at a cinema.
The new Netflix series, starring Anya Taylor-Joy, puts a self-destructive female player at the center of a male-dominated sport. But how to glean high drama from all that staring?
We’re home all the time now, so watching home improvement television can give us tips on what to do and what not to do.
Does the latest twist herald the end of a bull run or the beginning of a shift toward long-neglected niches?
A list of series that are exciting, funny, educational and exactly the kind of television that parents should be watching with their preteen and teenage children.
A grand jury in Tyler County accused Netflix, which has been streaming the award-winning French film, of promoting lewd visual material depicting a child, prosecutors said.
Fall is here but these titles soon won’t be. Catch up on these before they leave.
What do women want? Star, who created “Sex and the City” and “Younger,” seems to know.
Darren Starr’s latest serial goes down like sour wine with les vrais Parisiennes.
From true-crime series to Oscar-winning movies, the streaming giant has gone all in on nonfiction filmmaking. Here are the ones you should check out.
Opposite Boseman in his final film, Davis delivers a star turn in another August Wilson adaptation produced by Denzel Washington, this time directed by George C. Wolfe.
Movies upon movies await, and you don’t even have to drill down to find them.
Our television critic suggests the dramedy “Atlanta,” which has a sense of intimacy and reality.
A lawyer for Mr. Harris, star of the Emmy-winning Netflix series “Cheer,” waived his initial hearings on Monday.
O’Hara was named best lead actress in a comedy for playing the campy former soap star Moira Rose on “Schitt’s Creek.”
A smart sitcom set during the Troubles in Northern Ireland, its characters are richly detailed, its understanding of teenage awkwardness profound.
The director Antonio Campos narrates a look at his period drama featuring Holland and Robert Pattinson.
The unscripted series will follow Ms. Baskin and her husband, Howard Baskin, as “they work to expose” animal abuse, a production company said.
Mr. Harris, a fan favorite on the Netflix series, was arrested and charged with production of child pornography on Thursday, days after two teenage boys filed a lawsuit against him.
A lawsuit filed in Texas on Monday accuses a star of the Netflix docuseries of soliciting sex and nude photos from two underage boys.
Stunning 1940s design and heightened performances can’t save this stylistic mishmash.
Several members of Congress have weighed in on the award-winning film, including to call for its removal from Netflix or a Justice Department investigation.
The “Queer Eye” star has a lot to teach us about dressing.
From blockbusters to beloved indies, a lot of great movies are leaving the streaming service by the end of September. These are the ones not to miss.
With the new Netflix series “Julie and the Phantoms,” the man behind “High School Musical” hopes to create another generation of young stars. How does he do it? By seeing teenagers for who they are.
New shows come to the streaming giant all the time — too many to ever watch them all. We’re here to help.
Netflix started with sending DVDs — remember them? — through the mail, but now the streaming pioneer sits atop a Hollywood it has thoroughly upended.
The leg warmers. Barbarella. The Vietnam War. Tom Hayden and Ted Turner. And she’s not done yet.
Six months after ceasing to be working members of the British royal family, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are Hollywood producers.