Rebecca Sonnenshine answers our burning questions and reveals what she hopes to explore in Season 2.
Paranormal investigator Steve Shippy and psychic medium Cindy Kaz explore the horrific history of 'The Gainesville Ripper' like never before.
Why did a Muslim teenager and a white police constable plummet to their deaths? 'Game of Thrones' star Gemma Whelan is on the case.
'Emily in Paris,' 'The Witcher,' 'Cobra Kai,' and more arrive on the streaming platform this month.
From 'The Matrix Resurrections' to the series premiere of 'And Just Like That...' to other exciting new and returning titles.
The 'Scottish Warrior' is ready to lead Team SmackDown in the fight for brand supremacy.
Plus, 'Harlots,' 'Black Narcissus,' and more must-see series.
The two also reminisce about 'Xena: Warrior Princess' and its impact 20 years later.
A field of 13 pros and self-taught bakers compete in challenges for the coveted golden rolling pin and cash prize.
This new streaming service offers content from more than 50 other smaller streaming services.
The courtroom legend is back on the bench on IMDb TV and as tough as ever.
Paramount+ series brings the roommates back together to find out how the series changed their lives.
A criminal mediator leaves the U.S. after a mediation goes wrong and takes on the identity of a reverend in Australia.
'It's been 13 years and it's enough,' Britney says in the documentary about her legal battle.
She plays a hospital psychiatrist who shelters a mysterious cult escapee.
Her character has a an axe to grind with Morticia Addams.
Five high schoolers walk into detention but only four make it out alive in the new Peacock Original based on Karen M. McManus's best-selling novel.
He joins Sam Elliott, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill in the cast of Taylor Sheridan's new Paramount+ series.
Federation and non-Federation worlds must confront the unknown and work together when the Paramount+ series returns.
The trailer features a cover of “Say Hello to Your Friends,” the theme song from the 1990 TV series, recorded by Kate Nash.
'If you made it through the first eight, it's going to give you a special appreciation of what happens in the back eight,' exec producer Dean Devlin said.
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Season 3 premieres on Thursday, September 23, with the first three episodes.
The sitcom was previously available on Hulu.
Peacock's new series reimagines the class '90s sitcom as a drama, based on a viral fan film.