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.
The summer movie season has officially been canceled. But thanks to Netflix, you'll at least have some films, old and new, to help you beat the heat and keep you inside - albeit at home, not the local movie theater.
Bad boys, bad boys; whatcha gonna do? Whatcha gonna do when the rights holders of your first two movies come for you? Leave Netflix next month, as it turns out - they and many others, according to the newly announced list.
But seriously, what universe-bending, reality-altering sorcerer of Adobe Premiere assembled this commercial?
Matt's wine-drinking weekend recaps take on Netflix's new true crime reboot "Unsolved Mysteries." Let's talk about the best episode, what's changed, what we miss and, most important, what I'll be watching next.
Carl Reiner leaves behind an impressive legacy as an entertainer, but also as one of the truly good guys in Hollywood, a person who everyone has a good story to tell and a kind thing to say. One of those people is Milwaukee filmmaker Steve Boettcher.
I'll be honest with you all: Netflix is losing a lot of great movies next month, and I don't know how the company intends on making me feel better about the grim state of (*notices "Airplane!" is being added in July*) NEVER MIND, ALL IS WELL!
"Twister" is blowing away. "Back to the Future" is going back on the shelf. "Inglourious Basterds" will fight the good fight elsewhere. And that's just a few of the movies leaving next month.
The life of former Super Bowl quarterback and activist Colin Kaepernick is becoming a Netflix mini-series - and it comes with some Milwaukee connections.
Missing those Milwaukee summer joys of grabbing a beer and sausage at a baseball game or festival? If you want a taste of those happier days - plus a whole lot more to chew on - take a bite out of Hulu's new show "Taste the Nation."
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.
ESPN's "The Last Dance" may not stand the test of time, but it will be remembered for all time for what it provided in this vital moment.
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."