American Horror Story, The Golden Bachelor, and so much more as we head into the fall season
Hi,there! Fall is around the corner, but love is in the air this week, from the return of fan-fave reality dating shows to a new British rom-com. And after love comes marriage and then the baby carriage—which turns into a horror show with the latest installment of the American Horror Story franchise. Plus, are you prepared to go behind the scenes of The Golden Bachelor? Happy viewing!
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The John Wick universe gets a little bigger with this massive three-part series! Set in the 1970s, a hotel chain takes in legal assassins with the caveat that they cannot commit their killings on the property. That seems like a rule that’s bound to be broken a few times, yeah?
Antonia Thomas and Craig Roberts star in this rom-com series about two hopeless insomniac friends in London whose late-night calls may mark the beginning of more than friendship. If we just doom scroll, could we turn insomnia into a potential relationship?! Premieres Sept. 22.
Parker Posey really got braces for her character in this comedy.
Jennifer Coolidge based her iconic character on a woman for whom she once worked as a babysitter.
One of this heavily improvised film’s working titles was Dogland.
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“I am loving that we are in this era of honest depiction of what it’s like to be a teenager. What are more feel-good shows that show sex, dating and drama?”
Netflix's hit dramedy Sex Education is set to return on Sept. 21 for its fourth and final season—and teens sure have come a long way since last century’s Archie comics (look no further than Riverdale!). In a post-Euphoria world, there’s a lot more honesty about just what the kids are doing in and out of the schoolyard—and here are three that we love.
When this steamy teen drama came out, people called it a new Gossip Girl, but it’s proven to be remarkably more consistent in quality than that seminal hit. Set in a private school in Spain, it has all the sex, drugs, and bad behavior we demand from our teen-centric series.
What happens when your lesbian moms move you from New York City to Italy? Well, you have a whole lot of impossibly gorgeous-looking adventures that include exploring sexuality, debauchery, and all the other stuff we were too boring to do in high school.
Now that the second season is over, catch what everyone has been obsessing about with this delightful teen love triangle, in which Belly finds herself drawn to two brothers. Featuring more Taylor Swift songs than anything this side of the Eras Tour!
After movies about Godzilla and King Kong, the Monsterverse moves to TV with an all-new series—starring Kurt Russell, Wyatt Russell and Anna Sawai—about a family that gets wrapped up in the secretive history of the government organization, Monarch. The first two (of 10) episodes of the Apple TV+ series will premiere on Nov. 17th.