Y’ know: They wanna make it in the neighborhood. Coming soon to Netflix, just in time for summer, is Hollywood, the new “Ryan Murphy” show (his longtime collaborators, Ian Brennan and Alexis Martin Woodall, are also involved, as is Janet Mock from FX’s Pose). Described as a love letter to a day gone by, Hollywood […]
De estreno en Netflix en febrero – tal vez para llenar el vacío que dejó One Day at a Time, pero definitivamente para representar a La Raza – está Gentefied, una comedia dramática creada por Marvin Lemus y Linda Yvette Chávez, dos escritores chicanos de primera generación, que sirve como una carta de amor bilingüe […]
Taylor Swift is following up her late-2018 Netflix reputation Stadium Tour concert film with the 2020 Sundance Film Festival-bound Miss Americana, a bio-doc that’s set to premiere on the streamer this spring. Produced by the team behind the Oscar-winning 20 Feet from Stardom and helmed by Film Independent Spirit Award-nominated documentary director Lana Wilson (The […]
Not really, but the eagerly awaited sixth season of the Emmy-nominated Grace and Frankie, starring the indomitable Jane Fonda and the one-of-a-kind Lily Tomlin, is live on Netflix now, today, so….
I suppose, perhaps, if I still lived in Miami, where I know this name will resonate among people I know and who are actually into football, then I’d be more…excited – I know, I know, that’s hardly the right word – about Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez, which is coming to Netflix in […]
Coming this spring to Netflix, Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer will star as Madam C. J. Walker on Self Made, a four-part period piece based on the biography by Walker’s great-great-granddaughter, A’Lelia Bundles, about the woman, the legend, the philanthropist and sociopolitical activist and, whaddya know (or don’t), America’s first female self-made millionaire. Bet they […]
The Emmy Award-nominated actor (HBO’s Game of Thrones) made me think, when I saw his big “Coup” episode of The Crown on the Netflix, that, as an immigrant, his Lord Moundbatten was thankful for his adoptive homeland’s reception, and for all that he’d been able to squeeze out of it, but that now, he was […]
Now that that’s all behind us – the new year! that really weird (when you think about it) #TrumpShutdown due to that racist, capricious, unnecessary wall of a campaign promise that shall go on unkept because it is all an expensive absurdity! what the latest controversy is! – I propose that “What’s your end game?” soon […]