"Will & Grace" joins the list, while "Atlanta" is still in the top spot.
Due out this spring, the Hulu series examines the 2014 "texting suicide" case that landed Carter in prison for involuntary manslaughter.
Including a cozy illustrated hoodie, a "Big 3" jersey and Rebecca's sentimental crescent moon necklace.
The Hulu series, due out Feb. 2, offers a redemptive take on the "Baywatch" star's tumultuous marriage to Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee.
From returning favorites, such as “Atlanta” and “This Is Us,” to new series like “Abbott Elementary” and “Partner Track,” here are 24 shows to keep an eye on in the new year.
Hulu, Peacock, Amazon Prime, AMC Plus and more are all at a heavy discount right now.
Lily James and Sebastian Stan transform into Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee in the newly released trailer.
The “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” actor is making noise for his portrayal of the hip-hop legend. But he’s not stopping there.
The Hulu series, back for Season 2, resists unrealistic movie and TV clichés about mental health.
"Fire Island" will reimagine Jane Austen's 1813 classic as a splashy romantic comedy set amid the sand and surf of New York's premier gay resort town.
Hulu's LGBTQ-inclusive series is back and ready to explore what happens after coming out. Season 2 debuts June 11.
"Changing the Game" follows three teens at all different stages of their personal lives. It's due out June 1.
"And shame on Lily James whoever the f**k she is," the singer wrote about the star of the upcoming Hulu series.
The "Lizzie McGuire" alum said she's "honored and even a little nervous" to produce and star in "How I Met Your Father."
Watch "Coming 2 America," "Judas and the Black Messiah," "Nomadland" and more.
Movies on Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max and elsewhere with a Valentine's Day vibe.
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Directed by Lee Daniels, "The United States vs. Billie Holiday" focuses on the jazz legend's civil rights activism. It's due out Feb. 26.
The FX series shows the fallout of a student-teacher relationship, and the long-lasting effects it has on the male survivor.
In a year of distractions, these shows deserve a second chance.
The movie, which features Sarah Paulson and newcomer Kiera Allen, is the first major thriller to star a wheelchair user since 1948.