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Orange You Glad You Binged?

We love shows about murder. And prison. Mostly because we’re fascinated by those subjects, but don’t ever, ever want either to happen to us. At least women-in-prison television series make the whole ordeal seem slightly more civilized than men’s prisons, but still count us out. When it comes to ladies gone unlawful, we still can’t decide whether we like Wentworth […]

Queer Eye For The Ugly Cry

Grab your tissues. (We know you have some in your nightstand.) The Fab Five return to Netflix Friday for the fourth season of the feel-goodiest reboot in the history of reboots. By now you should know the Queer Eye formula for making over deserving people and with it the buckets of tears that happen onscreen—and in your living room. The […]

Wanda, Weezy, Wow

What a week for Wanda Sykes. Today, her Netflix standup comedy special, Wanda Sykes: Not Normal debuts and true to form, nothing is off-limits to the comedian. Trump, to our delight, gets plenty of skewering (which requires a mighty long skewer to get through the blubber). Her material makes for 66 LOL minutes that will leave you ROTFL. Then tomorrow […]

Netflix & Chilled

Five of the things we love most in this world (in no particular order): Tina Fey. Wine. Maya Rudolph. Rachel Dratch. Amy Poehler. This Friday, take a trip to Wine Country on Netflix with some of the world’s funniest women. And because it’s a movie, not a series, you can save the binging for the chardonnay. Wine CountryPremieres Friday, May […]

The Mysteries Of Lara

Ballerina movies always fascinate us for some reason. Probably because it’s such a whole other lifestyle than our daily routine of sitting on the sofa and trying to keep our balance while walking on a treadmill. In the Golden Globe-nominated Girl, however, the demanding world of ballet gets a new spin thanks to the main character being a boy readying […]

The (se)X-Files

We still have nightmares thinking about our parents thinking about us having sex. Can you imagine if they’d ever actually talked to us about it? Well, the terror is real for Otis (Asa Butterfield) whose mom (Gillian Anderson) is a certified sex therapist. But a scheme by a fellow student to exploit the overheard conversations and resulting vicarious knowledge leads asexual […]

The Funny Thing Is…

Ellen is everywhere on television. Whether it’s hosting one of several shows or as a producer behind the scenes, her media presence—and empire—continue to grow. Well, now she can add a Netflix comedy special to her long list of accomplishments. Available for streaming today, Ellen DeGeneres: Relatable reminds us why she’s so successful: Because she’s utterly hilarious. Whether she’s confessing to her professional […]

Have A Holly Dolly Christmas

There’s never such thing as too much Dolly Parton. Never ever—EVER. And you can’t convince us otherwise. So if you haven’t already watched the movie Dumplin’ that debuted last night on Netflix, or downloaded the new soundtrack bursting at the seams with Parton perfection, now’s your chance to catch up. The album can now be purchased and the movie can now be […]

No Sharks Or Jets Here

Feeling pretty, witty and gay? And maybe ready for some kick-ass music? Then get ready for some Westside stories in Netflix’s newest unscripted series, which debuted yesterday on the entertainment platform. The compelling reality show has all the drama you crave, but without the icky sensationalist vibe of what you’ll find on, oh, E! or Bravo. Westside features a group of nine immensely […]

Hip Locks & Tongue Pops

Forget the Zombie Apocalypse. Dancing Queenmageddon is upon us. Yesterday, Cher’s new album, Dancing Queen, debuted.  One week later, Alyssa Edwards’ new Netflix show of the same name premieres. Order up some Dairy Queen while listening to Cher’s ABBA covers before you watch the first episode of the reality series and you’ve got yourself one DQ Extravaganza! Next Friday, start binging the […]