Plus all the Star-studded premieres dropping this week
October 31, 2023
Hi,there! This week we’re celebrating Halloween and the official start of cozy season, that time of the year when we have something comforting simmering on the stove while we settle down with new content. From Taylor Sheridan’s latest series to a sci-fi romance that has a title that makes us cringe, there are plenty of options. Plus, here’s everything you need to know to get you ready for the adaptation of All the Light We Cannot See. Happy viewing!
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“Being accused of ‘faking racism’ is not trivial. It’s very serious, and it demands an explanation."
— Hasan Minhaj offers a detailed response to the accusations that he fabricated details in his stand-up stories.
All the Light We Cannot See
The Pulitzer Prize-winning story gets a prestige limited series adaptation. Aria Mia Loberti stars as the blind French woman who hides in her uncle’s home in the aftermath of the Nazi invasion of France. Mark Ruffalo and Hugh Laurie also star. All four episodes stream Nov. 2.
Sofia Coppola takes on Priscilla Presley’s fairy-tale-gone-awry story as the bride of Elvis in her own inimitable fashion in this new drama, starring Callie Spaeny and Jacob Elordi (Euphoria) as the Presleys. Premieres in theaters Nov. 3.
Estranged siblings are forced to spend time together in the aftermath of their mother’s death, as recordings she made shed light on her mysterious past and their family history. Three of eight episodes premiere Nov. 1.
True love is foretold via… fingernails in this sci-fi romantic drama—but what if you’re still not sure even after the tech tells you so? Starring Jessie Buckley, Riz Ahmed, Jeremy Allen White, and Annie Murphy. Streaming on Nov. 3.
The Taylor Sheridan universe expands with this new drama executive produced by the Yellowstone auteur, starring David Oyelowo as the first Black U.S. Marshall. Dennis Quaid also stars. The first two episodes premiere Nov. 5.
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We watch and rewatch the diminishing returns of so many horror franchises—but you likely haven’t revisited the Psycho sequels Anthony Perkins made in the ‘80s. That’s a shame because they’re much weirder and more interesting than you imagine.
Lost in the Barbenheimer discourse over the summer, Justin Simien’s smart, spooky take on the iconic theme park ride boasts a buttload of talent (Jamie Lee Curtis! Rosario Dawson! Jared Leto?!), some good scares, and plenty of family-friendly chills.