With a breakout role in Netflix’s The Irregulars and an anticipated new album on the horizon, it’s clear the stars are aligning for Jojo Macari.
Andrew Garfield domination, Netflix's Fear Street and eccentric cat fanatics: new trailers for Tick, Tick Boom and The Witcher in this week's Screen Wonders.
Janelle Monáe, Kate Hudson and Outer Banks' Madelyn Cline? Knives Out 2 is repping an all-star cast.
Virtual open mics, surprise Savage X Pride collections and Trans pioneer documentaries: Here are some of the things to shop, do and see during Pride Month.
Emily in Paris kicks off production for season two – and playwright Jeremy O. Harris is set to join the cast.
Sadie Soverall on landing a lead role in Netflix’s Fate: The Winx Saga, stepping into her character’s confidence, and why acting has helped her find her own.
Breakout star of Netflix's Fate: The Winx Saga Danny Griffin reflects on the best advice he’s ever received and why he’s always open to learning something new.
Netflix has sent the TL into a meltdown with the release of its ominous teaser trailer for Stranger Things season 4.
The trailers for comedy show Ziwe and season two of Selena: The Series head up this week's Screen Wonders.
Archie Renaux, the star of Netflix's epic fantasy series Shadow and Bone, on what die-hard Grishaverse fans can expect, and the inspiring messages he hopes young people will take from the show.
Netflix stars Alisha Boe and Noah Centineo explore pleasure and heartbreak in Sarah Bahbah’s new photo series.
Tahar Rahim on the life-changing two-year process of making The Mauritanian, how he finally “caught” his portrayal of psychopath Charles Sobhraj in The Serpent, and how, next up, he’d loved to star in a Western.
Tahirah Sharif on Netflix’s The Haunting of Bly Manor and representation in the film industry.
Say goodbye to Lara-Jean and Peter in the final To All The Boys and enter a new reality with Salma Hayek and Owen Wilson in Bliss: all the shows you should be watching this weekend.
From Zendaya-led couples therapy to the Britney Spears documentary, here's all the TV shows and films you should be watching this weekend.
From Pop Smoke's posthumous acting debut, to the return of the iconic Bridesmaids duo: here are the films and TV shows we can’t wait to watch.
The wait is over... Netflix have dropped the trailer for the final To All The Boys I've Loved Before film.
While we come to terms with hellish times straight out of a Black Mirror episode, the creators are back with their own spin on the year with mockumentary, Death To 2020.
Ariana Grande gives us the first look for her highly anticipated Netflix documentary, excuse me, i love you.
From K-Dramas to heart-wrenching adaptations; we've got trailers for Shia Labeouf's Pieces of a Woman and the highly-anticipated new series Tiny Pretty Things in this week's Screen Wonders.