Netflix’s new drama Sweet Magnolias has the kind of soundtrack that you can put on whenever and just genuinely enjoy. Surprisingly, there are only a handful of actual songs on the soundtrack; the new Netflix series seems mostly to prefer its own original underscoring by James Jandrisch. That being said, the show’s music team has
As a lifelong Scooby-Doo fan, there isn’t much I need to enjoy watching Scoobert and the Mystery Inc. gang solve their mysteries. But the latest installment in the franchise — Warner Bros.’s animated film Scoob! — has brought more to the table than just everyone’s favorite group of meddling kids getting up to no good.
You can always count on a season of Insecure to bring three things: messiness, eye candy, and a mean soundtrack. Season four of the HBO comedy premiered on April 12, and viewers can already spot where the cracks will grow throughout the rest of the season. (Did anyone else catch that opener with Issa saying
One of Netflix’s swankiest new releases, Ryan Murphy’s Hollywood, has a lot going for it — a beautiful wardrobe, a star-studded cast, and, of course, an oldies-packed soundtrack. Not only is the show visually striking, but it also creates a vintage ambiance through its music, which will make you want to get up and swing
A show like Normal People — full of thoughtful pauses and longing glances — requires a soundtrack that will subtly tell the story when the characters aren’t speaking. Luckily, Hulu’s adaptation of Sally Rooney’s hit novel manages to feature songs that fit the bill very well. From Imogen Heap to Billie Marten, the 20-plus tracks
The FX/Hulu thriller Devs takes a different approach for its season one soundtrack than a lot of TV shows these days do. Instead of packing each episode with popular music and indie bands, most of the music for the show is composed specifically for each episode by composers Ben Salisbury, Geoff Barrow, and their collaborators,