Category: Netflixs

Watch the Trailer For Netflix’s Docuseries, Lenox Hill

The Netflix documentary Lenox Hill may have been filmed prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, but if the trailer is any indication, the series will serve as a poignant reminder that doctors have always been on the front lines saving lives. The eight-episode docuseries — which begins streaming on Netflix on June 10 — follows four

Follow the Cast of Netflix’s Blood & Water on Social Media

If you’re like us and you just finished binge-watching Blood and Water on Netflix, you probably can’t wait to follow the talented cast on social media. Luckily, we went ahead and did the work for you by stalking rounding up the gang’s Instagram and Twitter accounts. Whether you want to scroll through Ama Qamata’s gorgeous

Take a First Look at Netflix’s New Movie Desperados

It’s safe to say we’ve all had a moment where we sent a message we didn’t mean to, or more aptly, one we shouldn’t have sent and wanted desperately to take it back, but Netflix’s upcoming Desperados takes that experience to a whole new level — a level that we recommend no one attempts themselves!

Take a First Look at Netflix’s New Movie Desperados

It’s safe to say we’ve all had a moment where we sent a message we didn’t mean to, or more aptly, one we shouldn’t have sent and wanted desperately to take it back, but Netflix’s upcoming Desperados takes that experience to a whole new level — a level that we recommend no one attempts themselves!

How Netflix’s Never Have I Ever Navigates Race

Growing up Asian American, I didn’t harbor high hopes for representation on television. As a child who voraciously consumed TV in the aughts, I more often identified with Rory Gilmore and Willow Rosenberg than the one or two characters of color on Gilmore Girls and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. My expectations for representation didn’t skyrocket

When to Watch Athlete A, Netflix’s Gymnastics Documentary

2020 has been a banner year for sports documentaries, from the giddy drama of Cheer to the nostalgia of The Last Dance — but Netflix’s latest offering will strike a very different tone, detailing the investigations into sexual abuse allegations against former team doctor Larry Nassar and the failures of USA Gymnastics to protect its

Why Anna May Wong Is Important to Netflix’s Hollywood

Watching Netflix’s Hollywood, I felt surprised to see Michelle Krusiec pop up on screen in episode two. Who was this glamorous, angsty woman in gorgeous cat-eye sunglasses and a flouncy purple dress? Her presence caught me off guard — I wasn’t used to seeing an Asian woman on modern American TV, let alone an Asian

Hollywood: The Real Locations From Netflix’s Show

Ryan Murphy might have reimagined 1940s Tinseltown in Netflix’s Hollywood, but the miniseries does feature actual historic locations — or at least very detailed replicas and dupes of them. As real as Rock Hudson and Hattie McDaniel were places such as director George Cukor’s home, where industry insiders attended lavish parties, and Shrine Auditorium, where

Who Are the Real People on Netflix’s Hollywood?

If you haven’t been able to stop thinking about Ryan Murphy’s Hollywood, you aren’t alone. While the fictional characters are the main focus, it wouldn’t be a show about Old Hollywood without appearances from real-life stars like Rock Hudson, Hattie McDaniel, and Anna May Wong. Instead of portraying Old Hollywood as it’s been seen a
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