Even after a whole weekend, Wednesday is still sitting firmly at the top of the Netflix Top 10 TV Shows list on Monday, Dec. 5. A new season of the so-bad-it’s-good drama series Firefly Lane couldn’t dethrone it, coming in
There’s not a single new title on Netflix’s Top 10 TV shows list today, with Wednesday, The Texas Killing Fields, and 1899 continuing to dominate the first three spots. Things are a little more interesting over on the Top 10 movies list: The new Italian crime thriller My
Family adventure flick Slumberland is the No. 1 movie on Netflix on Monday, Nov. 21. What can be said about this soporific adaptation of the Little Nemo comic from the early 1900s? The movie got put through the Netflixifier, and not even Jason
Paris Geller was the real star of “Gilmore Girls” and she didn’t deserve Rory’s two-faced behavior.
Ambitious, loyal, and committed to self-improvement, Paris was “that girl” long before TikTok amplified the complimentary label.
Most of the cast avoided her and complained about her type-A personality all
Tom Cruise revived movie theaters with the blockbuster hit “Top Gun: Maverick,” Taylor Swift broke the internet (and Ticketmaster) with her “Midnights” album and “Eras” tour and Michelle Yeoh proved that Marvel wasn’t the only one with a multiverse up its sleeve with “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” Here is
There’s only one new title on either of Netflix’s Top 10 lists of movies and shows on Wednesday, Nov. 23: Our Universe, a Morgan Freeman-narrated nature documentary series that explores how everything from the birth of the Sun to the birth of sea turtles is connected.