Now that 'Game of Thrones' has ended, this here is a show that you could consider following as soon as possible. 'The Handmaid's Tale' is set in a dystopian world and centers around a power struggle between two genders.
As the world eagerly waits for 'The Society' Season 2, the cast of Netflix's latest young adult thriller discuss their characters and their fate in the supernatural thriller based on 'Lord of the Flies'
After ending the first season on an open-ended note, creators of the show have fans eagerly waiting for some answers in season two
According to a study, an appetite for dark humor may mean that you are intelligent, educated, least troubled, and least aggressive
The show was pitched to Applegate as a comedy and her first thoughts were that it isn't one! "I read it and thought 'wow, this is very sad!' But it ended up being [not sad]. We were able to pull the comedy out of that sadness and I think that that seems to work," Applegate told MEA WorldWide (MEAWW)
Be it 'Riverdale', '13 Reasons Why' or 'Pretty Little Liars', young adult shows are increasingly becoming unrealistic and absurd. MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) tries to uncover the reason behind this phenomenon
Most young adult series lose steam after a few seasons, but will Netflix's adaptation of 'Lord of the Flies' beat the trend?
Netflix's latest young adult show is a modern take on William Golding's 'The Lord of the Flies' -- a chilling game of power at play
These organizations, known as Tongs, were chiefly formed to look after the community's own people but they soon took a violent turn.
It has been confirmed that 'The Exorcist' star, Ben Daniels will be playing the role of Anthony Armstrong-Jones for the upcoming season of 'The Crown.'
Gina Rodriguez is going to play the role of a girl called Gina, who's supposed to shakes the social dynamics of the school. David Thewlis is going to be The Shame Wizard.
It's one thing to have a great show run for a dozen seasons, it's completely another to drag a plot too far. If CBS doesn't stop now, the end will be bitter instead of bittersweet
70's America marked chronic emotional abuse, sexism and racism dwelling in the families. Through Bill Burr's F is For Family we see a middle-class family battling the odds