A generation of Milwaukeeans have watched Joanne Williams on television news. A fixture on Fox 6 and before that, TMJ 4, she joined MPTV as host and producer for "Black Nouveau√Ę‚ā¨¬Ě in 2012. But the Milwaukee native is now finishing her first film, "Kaukauna & King: 50 Years Later."
To help you find your new favorite movie - or at the very least find you a solid streaming option for your next night in - here are 100 good movies you should check out on Hulu to keep you staying home, staying healthy and staying entertained.
Netflix's admirable efforts to keep people inside, healthy and social distanced with an avalanche of movies and television continues on with the Big Red Streaming Monolith's newly announced list of arrivals for June.
Netflix's list of departures for May was pretty kind, all things considered. As for the newly announced one for June? I'm sad to report it's far less summery.
If we're going to spend 12 hours watching Jeds fight for love (or at least a music contract), at least "The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart" -¬†aka "Jeds 2: Generic Boogaloo" - ended as pleasantly as possible.
Producer, director, writer and show business icon Garry Marshall passed away almost four years ago, but on Tuesday night, ABC brought his incredible career, memory and effervescent personality back to life with "The Happy Days of Garry Marshall."
The Jeds hit the road, traveling from the Bachelor mansion in Los Angeles to Las Vegas for their next performance - and along the way, not much good television happens. But hey: We finally got "Shallow"!
The "Parks and Rec" quarantine reunion special was basically the FaceTime happy hour of television: a little stiff and a little awkward, but all worth it to see your friends again and to have a laugh and catch-up.
The quarantine continues on - but thankfully Netflix's pipeline of streaming shows and movies does as well, as the Big Red Streaming Monolith announced this week its lineup of new arrivals for May 2020.
The world's cheekiest spy is being put back on cryofreeze, the "Final Destination" movies reach their final destination and one outbreak comes to a close (though not the one we're hoping for) on Netflix's announcement of departures for May.
Congrats to "The Bachelor: Jeds on Jeds on Jeds": It only took half of your inaugural season, but you may have finally found a reason to exist.
ESPN's "The Last Dance" is, without a doubt, good - but if there's anything I learned from the doc's diversions to the early Bulls years, it's that sometimes good is frustratingly not good enough.
"Listen to Your Heart" is just "The Bachelor" again - the same dramas, the same formulas and the same bland romances just with faker people, more karaoke and thankfully fewer episodes. And hey, look at that: We're one-third the way done already!
For 80 minutes, the debut of "The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart" was rendered silent. Call it hilariously ironic. Call it divine intervention trying to direct me toward better life choices. I call it an excuse to drink even more wine than usual.
People stuck indoors with nothing to do but talk to themselves, look at screens and piddle around on social media. No, it's not our current reality; it's reality television - Netflix's "The Circle," to be exact. And Matt watched it. With wine.