It’s near impossible to keep up with TV. There’s just so much more of it — so many episodes, so many seasons! The medium just keeps going, even when it’s not initially supposed to (ahem, Big Little Lies season 2). So unless you know exactly what kind of show you’re looking for, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of the very best TV shows of 2019. This is everything that’s debuted this year (so far) that’s worth catching, from new shows to returning series. On this list, you’ll find everything from zany sketch comedies to fuzzy bears to contract killers and, you know, Game of Thrones. There are adaptations of obscure comic book characters, and then there’s Doom Patrol, a TV series based on the most simultaneously absurd and high-concept superhero team in the DC Universe, available only on the company’s subscription-based streaming-and-digital-comics platform. But Doom Patrol … [Read more...] about The best TV shows of 2019, so far
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Where once there was one streaming service to rule them all, there’s now a plethora to choose from and there’s about to be one more. The Disney+ streaming service is set to try and blow Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and all the others out of the water when it launches later this year, but how will it entice viewers who might already be paying for at least one streaming service to fork out for another, which only serves Disney content? Well, to begin with, Disney makes some of the biggest and best movies and TV shows around so while it might only be showing Disney films and series, that includes all of the MCU, Star Wars, Pixar, as well as its animated classics and live-action remakes, and every other new Disney movie on the horizon. AKA, a lot! Plus, just like most other streaming services, Disney+ is making its own exclusive content specifically for the streaming service, which you’ll only be able to watch on its platform, such as Star Wars: The Mandalorian. So, … [Read more...] about Disney+ streaming service price, release date, movies, TV shows, and everything else you need to know
Recommend a TV show to anyone nowadays and you’ll no doubt be greeted with looks of despair and guilt and shouts of ‘there’s too much good TV’ and ‘I can’t get through it all’. It’s a nice problem to have, but it’s true that with the golden age of television our viewing schedules have become A LOT busier. It’s almost become a full time job trying to keep up. I certainly wouldn’t like to admit the excellent TV shows I’ve missed this year (*cough* Killing Eve, Bodyguard... *cough*), but it’s not just about the best TV around. Obviously, we love talking about that too, but we also want to know what TV show you binged the most this year, whether it was one of the best, or a little-known series that took you by surprise. The GR team has done the same below, revealing the series they watched the most, from big water cooler TV blockbusters to guilty pleasure viewing. Who knows, maybe you’ll discover the new … [Read more...] about What TV shows did you binge the most this year?
Over five years, writer-director James DeMonaco blew out the scale of the home invasion thriller from the confines of one setting to capture its fictionalized American landscape writ large: A loony tune dystopian hellscape where everyday folk, from friends and neighbors to complete strangers, dress up and massacre one another as a form of extreme stress relief for a 12 hour period, as mandated by the United States government. In 2013’s The Purge, Ethan Hawke and Lena Headey protected their family from sadistic 20-something elites. The sequels, The Purge: Anarchy and The Purge: Election Year took to the streets, Frank Grillo doling out violent justice at the business end of a machine gun. This year’s prequel film, The First Purge, revved the engines just before the franchise’s first TV venture: USA’s The Purge, which wraps up its first season on November 6th. After spending the season watching The Purge’s seemingly unrelated characters rounded up into the … [Read more...] about The Purge creator James DeMonaco on predicting the future with movie sequels and TV seasons
Even with Netflix’s recommendation algorithm steadily serving you new movies, new TV shows, and original programming tailored to your binging habits, the streaming service’s firehose of content makes what’s coming and going difficult to parse. That’s why we break down each month’s additions (plus the roster from two months prior, and what’s about to bounce from the platform, just so you don’t miss a thing) with a spotlight on what to keep on your radar. Netflix’s own “new releases” category is an info dump. Consider us a picture-in-picture talking head, screaming recommendations at the screen. Angel EyesAnger ManagementBilly MadisonBlack DynamiteBladeBlade IIBlazing SaddlesEmpire Records Gotham: Season 4 Kevin Hart: Laugh at My PainKevin Hart: Seriously FunnyMust Love DogsMy Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rollercoaster of FriendshipMystic RiverNew York MinuteOnce Upon a Time in AmericaPay It ForwardPee-wee’s Big … [Read more...] about Every movie and show coming to Netflix in October