You can use any videoconferencing platform to recreate the magic of a drunken night out—and it’s a lot easier than it sounds.
Being forced to read subtitles means you can’t read Twitter—a gift at a time when it’s nearly impossible to escape into a theater.
Circus of Books was a respite for the LGBTQ community, but it couldn’t survive the internet. An intimate Netflix documentary traces its history.
The parody Twitter account devoted to The Americana at Brand is absurd. But now that LA residents are stuck at home, it’s a strange source of comfort.
Internet-beloved Portrait of a Lady on Fire is coming to the streaming service months before it was slated for a digital release.
Because of social distancing, you probably have a lot of time on your hands. Here’s how to pass it.
As Covid-19 shuts down the cultural events that unite fans, audiences are resorting to their own screens. Welcome to a new age of being alone together.
The new season of HBO’s sci-fi thriller goes mind-bendingly off-world.
For those who want limitless options—and have a limitless budget—the market is heaven. But to pick between, say, Netflix or Hulu, what’s on offer is a little … vague.