CNN’s profile of the Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny, who survived an assassination attempt, reveals a man unafraid to stand up to tyranny no matter the cost.
A new Amazon series revisits—with plenty of creative liberty—the high-profile 1960s split between the Duke of Argyll and his wife.
Natasha Lyonne returns in her zany comedy, this time in a time-warping story where the main character is caught in her mother’s body.
A three-part Hulu documentary revisits the case of Steven Stayner, whose return seven years after his kidnapping—recounted in a 1989 miniseries—did not mark the end of his family’s ordeal.
A British government minister is accused of sexual involvement with a much younger aide in Netflix’s new drama series.
The second season of the PBS series looks at Hitler’s planning and the battle that would ultimately cripple the Third Reich.
Josh Brolin stars as a rancher who has to deal with a hectic family life and eerie happenings on his land.
The new documentary series from Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering looks at the alleged harms beauty products can do to their users.
A PBS documentary explores the life and career of Amy Beach, the first prominent American female composer of orchestral music
Netflix’s movie takes a tender and nuanced approach to its subject of high school kids’ efforts to form a rock band
In Hirokazu Kore-eda’s latest, an aging star played by Catherine Deneuve takes creative liberties with the details of her life to the chagrin of those around her.
HBO Max’s new series is based loosely on a Missouri-born man’s time as a crime reporter at a major Japanese newspaper.
Mandy Patinkin voices the patriot in Ken Burns’s latest offering.
Oxygen’s new true-crime documentary series shows how detectives use victims’ final actions to investigate crimes.
Gary Oldman stars as the haggard overseer of an MI5 division where misbehaving agents are sent in a new comedy from Apple TV+.
The eight-part series from HBO Max adds a dash of questionable reality to the culinary icon’s story.
The eight-part adaptation of Min Jin Lee’s novel captures the book’s heavy, wide-ranging subject matter.
Elle Fanning stars in Hulu’s tale of the infamous Massachusetts case where a young woman encouraged her boyfriend into suicide.
The new installment of Netflix’s hit series remains refreshingly humorous and self-aware.
Ava DuVernay hosts a show that purports to break down masterly cinematic scenes but mainly indulges filmmakers’ personal stories.