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Russia Is Producing a Show About Chernobyl That Blames CIA for Disaster

Chernobyl, HBO's miniseries about the devastating 1986 nuclear accident, was a surprise hit, drawing more than 6 million viewers for its finale and landing the…
Andy Cush / June 7, 2019

What We’re Watching: May 2019

Most people think of watching television as a way to relax, but in the streaming era—with multiple distinct services filled with dozens or hundreds of…
SPIN Staff / May 8, 2019

Michael Jackson Sex Abuse Documentary Leaving Neverland Gets Release Date

HBO has announced a release date for the documentary Leaving Neverland, which profiles two men who claim they were sexually abused as children by Michael Jackson. The four-hour film will…
Tosten Burks / February 8, 2019

Which Fyre Festival Documentary Should You Watch? That’s a Complicated Question

Why watch a documentary about Fyre Festival? Why watch two? You don’t actually need to, which was the admission implied in Hulu’s decision this week…
Anna Gaca / January 18, 2019

Wu-Tang Docuseries Of Mics and Men Coming to Showtime

A four-part docuseries on the Wu-Tang Clan, directed by Mass Appeal’s Sacha Jenkins, is coming to Showtime later this spring. Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and…
Will Gottsegen / January 18, 2019

Can You Find A.J. Soprano in This Marilyn Manson Video?

On this, the day of the 20th anniversary of the premiere of HBO's landmark prestige mafia drama The Sopranos, let us turn our attention to…
Maggie Serota / January 10, 2019

Father John Misty Covers Link Wray’s “Fallin’ Rain” for Stephen King’s Castle Rock

Father John Misty has recorded a cover of rock 'n' roll icon Link Wray's song "Fallin' Rain" for Castle Rock, a new, J.J. Abrams-led series from Hulu that explores stories…
Anna Gaca / September 4, 2018

Sharp Objects Was a Gothic Horror About the Violence Women Inflict on Each Other

Sharp Objects wasn't so much a murder mystery as it was a horror tale of how cycles of abuse replicate. Camille (Amy Adams)…
Maggie Serota / August 27, 2018

Chris Rock to Star in Fargo Season Four

Noah Hawley's FX television adaption of Fargo has been greenlit for a forth season and the first star to join the series is Chris Rock,…
Israel Daramola / August 3, 2018

Bill Hader on Barry and the Anxiety of Working on SNL

Much like Barry Berkman, the hitman turned aspiring thespian he plays on TV, Bill Hader loved heavy music as a kid. Judging by the Metallica…
Maggie Serota / August 1, 2018

Drake to Executive Produce New HBO Teen Drama Euphoria

Drake, who recently reunited the Degrassi cast in his "I'm Upset" video, is now properly returning to his roots in high-schooler-centered television drama as the executive producer of…
Winston Cook-Wilson / July 30, 2018

Netflix Is “Happy to Make Another Season” of Aziz Ansari’s Master of None

Netflix isn't ready to quit on Aziz Ansari. At the Television Critics Association's summer press tour in Beverly Hills on Sunday, Netflix's head of original content…
Israel Daramola / July 30, 2018

2018 Emmy Nominations Include Nods to Atlanta, Barry, and Game of Thrones

Nominations for the 2018 Emmys were announced Thursday morning. Games of Thrones dominates with a staggering 22 nods and is up for outstanding drama alongside The…
Maggie Serota / July 12, 2018

Rick and Morty to Release Official Soundtrack With Sub Pop

Popular Adult Swim show Rick and Morty has announced the track list and release date for its official soundtrack. The double album, comprising 26 songs,…
Ezra Marcus / July 12, 2018

A Grifter Is Impersonating Hollywood Honchos to Scam Creatives Out of Thousands of Dollars

For months, an elaborate international catfishing scam operated by grifters posing as powerful women in Hollywood has fleeced thousands from freelance creatives and others in the entertainment industry,…
Maggie Serota / July 11, 2018
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