On a typically busy Friday for streaming premieres, Apple presents the animated charmer "Luck" and Hulu offers "Prey," an intriguing twist on the "Predator" franchise set among 18th-century Comanches.
Will Brad Pitt's new movie "Bullet Train" be a blockbuster or bust?
Mike Judge’s eternal idiots "Beavis and Butt-Head" graduate from MTV to streaming, but they’re just as clueless as ever. ABC’s "The Con" reveals a Hollywood Ponzi scheme.
The Journal’s Bruce Miller talks with Anny Jacobson and Chante Adams, the stars of the new Amazon Prime Video series “A League of Their Own.”
The Indigenous teens of the award-winning "Reservation Dogs" return for a second season of authentically offbeat humor. Dierks Bentley and Elle King host Nashville’s annual CMA Fest.
This week's new entertainment releases include music from Calvin Harris and a host of his musical friends as well as the four-part docuseries "My Life as a Rolling Stone."
Pioneering ‘Star Trek’ actress Nichelle Nichols has died aged 89.
“Nobody else would come, but I’d be there with my guitar,” she says.
Neil Patrick Harris stars in "Uncoupled" as a newly single gay man learning to date again. Shark Week continues with a special about an all-female crew of shark explorers.
🎧 "Vengeance" is a fictional riff on the true-crime podcast genre and it hits theaters this week. Learn more on on Streamed & Screened.
Peacock’s mystery-comedy "The Resort" adds a cold-case puzzle to "White Lotus" escapism. TV-radio personality Charlamagne Tha God returns to late night with a new format and show title.
A six-part docuseries goes behind the scenes of the pioneering special-effects company Industrial Light & Magic. A new season of "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series" heads to summer camp, with "Frozen" on the agenda.
Shania Twain reflects on her life and career in a new documentary. A History special explores the mysterious 2014 disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370.
This week's new releases include music from Wiz Khalifa and Maggie Rogers, Neil Patrick Harris in "Uncoupled," and modern influencer culture is skewered in the smart new satire "Not Okay."
Reportedly Netflix’s most expensive movie to date, "The Gray Man" pits on-the-lam Ryan Gosling against a psycho Chris Evans. On a more intimate scale, Billy Porter makes his film directing debut in the teen romance "Anything’s Possible."
The lives and careers of long-married movie stars Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward are the focus of an enthralling six-part HBO Max docuseries from Ethan Hawke.
Stephen Curry hosts the ESPYS, honoring achievement in sports. One of the night’s special honorees, broadcaster Dick Vitale, is also the subject of an ESPN Films documentary.
Baseball’s best players face off in the annual All-Star Game from Dodgers Stadium. The emotionally charged documentary "Aftershock" explores racial disparity in maternal mortality.
This week's new entertainment releases include Beyoncé's new album "Renaissance," Stephen Curry hosting the ESPYS sports awards and the summer thrill ride known as Shark Week returns to Discovery Channel.
A seven-part ESPN docuseries relives Derek Jeter’s career with the New York Yankees. "Better Call Saul" picks up the pieces after last week’s nerve-wracking showdown.
From space sagas with bounty-hunting misfits to vengeance stories featuring a protagonist who wants to settle a score, anime offers something for everyone.
Apple’s sensational "For All Mankind" has made it to Mars. Nathan Fielder walks people through simulations of major life events in HBO’s bizarre comedy-docu-reality hybrid "The Rehearsal."
The horror franchise "Resident Evil" finds a new home on Netflix with an eight-hour season split between two timelines. The harried ob-gyn of the AMC+ medical dramedy "This Is Going to Hurt" faces a reckoning in the series finale.
Here’s a guide of nominees by streaming service to help you navigate all your Emmys catch-up, from award-winning series to splashy newcomers.