Funniest Moments From Never Have I Ever | Netflix

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If you have conversations like this with your therapist, you might need to see a therapist.

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After a traumatic year, an Indian-American teen just wants to spruce up her social status — but friends, family and feelings won’t make it easy on her.

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Sex Education | Eric And His Dad | Netflix

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Life can get complicated… but Eric goes through it with grace and STYLE.

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Otis finally loosens up — often and epically — but the pressure’s on to perform as chlamydia hits the school and mates struggle with new issues.

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Best Friendship Tips In Dead To Me | Netflix

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Making new friends as an adult is tough. Losing your husband in a freak accident? Also tough. Unfortunately for Jen Harding (Christina Applegate), she’s dealing with both at the same time. Luckily, she might just have found a new partner in crime in Judy Hale (Linda Cardellini), a hippie with a few skeletons stashed in the back of her VW Van. Can a story straight out of a true crime podcast be the beginning of a true friendship? This is the part where we say, well… you’ll have to watch to find out.

Watch their friendship blossom (or wilt) in the second season of Dead to Me, the Netflix dark comedy series that earned Applegate a primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. Missed the first season? No problem. It’s all available, you guessed it, here on Netflix.

Check out the first two seasons of the black comedy created by Liz Feldman and executively produced by Feldman, Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, and Jessica Elbaum.

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Jen and Judy are not OK. Not even a little. With their lives spinning out of control, they’re clinging to each other — and their secrets.

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Every Werewolf In The Order | Netflix

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Kick back and relax with Jack and the crew as we recount every werewolf from The Order!

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At Belgrave University, the bad blood between werewolves and magicians reaches a breaking point — until a greater evil threatens to destroy them all.

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The Cringiest Moments From Dating Around | Netflix

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From laughing too much, to crazy outfits, to simply being weird… please enjoy the most cringeworthy moments from Dating Around.

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In New Orleans, six new singles look for love — or something like it — on back-to-back blind dates. But who will each choose for a second date?

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TMINE’s Daily Global TV News: The Moodys, War of the Worlds renewed; Run cancelled; Katy Keene acquired; + more

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Wynonna Earp Season 4: Everything You Need To Know

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Hey, Earpers!

Have you been closely following the Wynonna Earp official Twitter account? If you have, then you’ll have already seen the new trailer for season 4 (and if you haven’t then you need to check it out stat!). After waiting for a year and a half for this season, we’re finally getting more!

Back in July 2018 at the San Diego Comic-Con, Syfy and Space announced that the show had been renewed for a fourth season with twelve episodes, with the release slated for sometime in 2019.

However, fans were saddened to hear the news in early 2019 that production had been delayed due to financial issues with one of its production companies, IDW Entertainment. Thankfully, that problem was resolved with a new production partner and the project continued in late 2019 with filming starting in January 2020.

Fans also rallied behind the show to prevent it from being canceled altogether, even going so far as to sponsor a billboard in Times Square promoting the show! I mean, if that’s not dedication, I don’t know what is.

Now that we’re definitely getting a fourth season of Wynonna Earp – and pretty soon, too! – here’s everything you need to know about that upcoming season!

What’s Season 4 going to be about?

As a quick reminder, let’s recap where we left off at the end of the third season, shall we?

The Earp curse has been broken, but Wynonna no longer has her trusty gun, Peacemaker. Her sister, Waverly, finds out that she’s part-angel but finds herself in danger when she, along with Doc Holliday, is consumed by the Garden of Eden’s stairs.

In a recent virtual panel from HomeCon, Wynonna Earp stars Katherine Barrell (Sheriff Haught), Megan Follows (Michelle Earp), Tim Rozon (Doc Holliday), and Dominique Provost-Chalkley (Waverly Earp) came together to talk about life in quarantine and their experiences on the show thus far. During the panel, they were also asked to briefly describe season four, and these were their responses:

Barrell said “love story” while her on-screen partner Provost-Chalkley said “refined”. Follows, who plays the Earp sisters’ mother, said “don’t know” (which is a mystery in itself), and Rozon described the season as “from the heart”.

If these descriptions are anything to go by, it’s looking like season four is set to tug a little at our heartstrings outside of Wynonna’s regular wit and one-liners!

According to TVLine, the season four official synopsis tell us this:

“The infamous Earp Curse is broken, and witty and wild demon hunter Wynonna Earp would love to be celebrating with cold whiskey and hot donuts. Too bad she has to rescue everyone she loves, save the town of Purgatory, and take on her most diabolical, Earp-hating enemy yet — all without her trustworthy gun, Peacemaker. And that’s just Monday….”

As if that synopsis wasn’t intriguing enough, we’ve also been treated to exclusive photos from the set that clue us in as to the relationship status of Waverly and her girlfriend, Sheriff Nicole Haught.

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TVLine has also reported that according to showrunner Emily Andras, “…WayHaught will fight like hell to get a chance at happily ever after. They’ll do whatever it takes to get back to one another – even if what it takes has…consequences.”

Who are we going to see in season 4?

As expected, Barrell, Rozon, and Provost-Chalkley will be returning to their regular roles with the new season. Melanie Scrofano, who plays the titular character of Wynonna Earp, will also be returning – and not just in an acting capacity, either! That’s right, Scrofano previously revealed that she would be making her directorial debut in an episode of the upcoming season.

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Barrell revealed at the HomeCon virtual panel that her character goes through a particularly dark time involving an “unusual state of mind”. She mentioned having a difficult time getting through the scene, but that Scrofano really helped her get through it. Seems like Scrofano has the natural talent for directing, though she credits having had the opportunity to “learn from some of the best directors and showrunners in the business”.

Wynonna Earp has previously been praised for its LGBTQ+ representation in the bisexual character of Waverly and the portrayal of her relationship with Nicole Haught. In case you missed it, Provost-Chalkley wrote a beautifully powerful blog post about how her journey as a bisexual character helped her come to terms with her own identity, concluding the post with these moving words:

“So here goes…I am queer. I am into ALL humans. I guess maybe I am just really into love? Who knows? But finally…I am OUT.”

Apart from these beloved characters returning, we’re also set to see a few new faces on our screens!

Back when filming started in January, actors Andrew Phung (Kim’s Convenience) and Ty Olsson (Fortunate Son, The 100) tweeted their excitement about joining the cast for the new season. Musician and small screen newcomer Martina Ortiz-Luis also announced her role as the “new chick” Rachel! There’s not a lot of background information on these characters yet, but we’re excited to find out more!

Where’s that trailer?

As mentioned, the trailer was first dropped on the Wynonna Earp Twitter account and you can watch it below.

It includes a glaring shoutout to the fans who fought tirelessly to have the show continue, and the rest of it is just pure, unadulterated action, wit, and just general good fun characteristic of the show.

Pay close attention, and you’ll even catch a quick nod to Game of Thrones in the dialogue!

When, when, and WHEN?

The Wynonna Earp team was able to wrap up filming on the first six episodes before the mandatory halt on all TV and film productions in Alberta in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus. These episodes will premiere on Syfy on Sunday, July 26 at 10/9c and stream internationally on Netflix.

The midseason finale is scheduled to air at the end of August, while production on the latter half of the season is expected to resume in the late summer.

So rejoice, Earpers! Only a few weeks to go before we get to enjoy another season of Wynonna Earp!

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Reckoning: Reckon It’s Great

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My wife and I just binged Reckoning, an outstanding psychological thriller about a serial killer and the detective bent on nabbing him that’s been on Netflix since May.   The ten episodes are each little masterpieces in themselves, and there’s more than enough room for a second season, which I’d put at the top of any list to watch.

Aden Young from Rectify plays Detective Mike Serrato.   In fact, Sertato is so much like Daniel Holden from Rectify that I could easily believe it’s same character, a little older and a little less tormented.   Whether that’s a limitation of the actor or not, I don’t care.  Young does such a memorably effective job in both roles.

Serrato, as I said, is a little less tormented.  But not much.  He’s vexed to the point of his own sanity about not catching this serial killer, played, also to perfection, by Sam Trammell from True Blood.  And indeed Trammell’s Leo Doyle is the most difficult kind of serial killer to catch.  He doesn’t want to be a serial killer.  He’s constantly fighting his basest instinct.  He wants to let his victim go – he wants to save them, from himself – and sometimes he does.

The wives of these two men are complex characters, too – not just throwaway players, as wives of cops and killers often are in these kinds of stories.  Simone Kessell does a great job as Paige, a psychologist who can’t rid her husband of his demons, as intelligent and empathetic and tough as she is.  And Laura Gordon is excellent as Leo’s wife, but I can’t tell you more about her story without giving a little too much away.

How good is Reckoning?  Even the kids are standouts, especially Pax (Leo’s son) and Sam (Mike’s younger daughter), well played by Ed Oxenbould and Milly Alcock.  And I’ll also throw in a plaudit for Gloria Garayua as Cyd Ramos who is Mike’s partner, and, like everyone else, gives more than you usually get from detective partners in these tales.  There in fact is not an off note in the acting, plot, or dialogue.   Back to what I said at the beginning – bring on a second season.

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Best of Ava | Warrior Nun | Netflix

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Kicking ass and taking names all before Sunday service.

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13 British Period Drama Movies Streaming on Amazon Prime

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British Period Drama Movies on Amazon Prime Video (US)

Most of us subscribe to Amazon Prime Video, not just for the streaming service, but for all the extra perks like free two-day shipping, Prime music streaming, Prime reading with free access to select ebooks, and more. So, all the great shows and movies are just another awesome perk. 

Amazon recently announced a new feature for their Prime Video platform: profiles. Now, like Netflix and Hulu, you can switch between profiles. I don’t know about you, but I keep getting recommendations for my dad’s WWII documentaries and I can only take so much. It would be nice to see more shows recommended to me, like British period dramas and crime mysteries.

So, I’ll be creating separate profiles for us as soon as I finish listing all the best British period drama movies streaming on Amazon Prime Video. While this list is tailored to the US, some of our Canadian members have commented that a lot of the same titles are available there, too, so some non-US readers may still find it useful (and if nothing else, it may give you ideas of movies to look for). 

Need a bit more? We have a big list of 460+ British shows on Amazon Prime.

13 British Period Drama Movies Streaming on Amazon Prime (US)

From the 16th century to the 1950s, here’s our list of thirteen great period dramas with many familiar actors – all on Amazon Prime Video.

Breathe

Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy in Breathe.

Breathe is based on a true story. It’s directed by Andy Serkis and stars Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy as Robin and Diana Cavendish. After Robin contracts polio, his wife, her brothers, and an inventor fight to save his life. 

It also stars Tom Hollander, Hugh Bonneville, Miranda Raison, and Dame Diana Rigg.

This period drama starts in 1958. You can stream it here.

 

Byron

Jonny Lee Miller as Lord Byron.

I like to think of Lord Byron as the biggest rock star of his time. Maybe that’s hyperbole, but unlike most artists from the past, he was famous while he was alive and lots of people had “Byron fever.”

Byron, the TV Film, is a breath of fresh air for a period drama. It’s both funny and sexy. The story starts at the very end when Byron’s associates decide to burn his memoirs because they are too scandalous. They were never recovered, despite Byron’s wish that they be published.  

Byron is listed as “season one” but it is only 2 hours and 27 minutes in total, so that’s why I’m including it here.

And because I’m a big fan of Lord Byron’s work. He’s one of my favorite writers because he is such a quirky person – with perhaps more than a few kinks, but that’s what makes him interesting. 

This period drama takes place between 1811 and 1824.

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Creation

Paul Bettany as Charles Darwin in Creation.

Creation follows Charles Darwin as he struggles between science and faith, hallucinations, finishing his work, and keeping his marriage together. 

Creation stars Paul Bettany as Charles Darwin along with Jennifer Connelly, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jim Carter, Toby Jones, and more. 

This period drama takes place in the mid 19th century.

Stream Creation on Amazon Prime.

 

From Time to Time

From Time to Time. Screenplay by Julian Fellowes, Lucy M. Boston.

From Time to Time is a supernatural family film written by Julian Fellows (Downton Abbey creator). This adventurous but heart-wrenching film stars Maggie Smith as the grandmother of a young boy sent to his ancestral home because his father is missing. 

He begins to hear ghostly crying and disembodied laughing. Doors open to brick walls and time begins to converge as he travels between his own timeline and the timeline of his ancestors.

From Time to Time is a touching film that also stars Timothy Spall as the home’s caretaker. 

This period drama takes place in 1944 and 1811. 

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I Capture the Castle

Romola Garai in I Capture the Castle.

I Capture the Castle is a romance following Cassandra Mortmain (Romola Garai) as she deals with her eccentric family and their decaying English castle. She’s only 17 and struggles to differentiate between lust and true love.

It stars Ramola Garai, Henry Thomas, Rose Byrne, Bill Nighy, Henry Cavill, and more. 

This period drama takes place in the 1930s.

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Miss Austen Regrets

Olivia Williams as Jane Austen in Miss Austen Regrets.

Miss Austen Regrets is based on the letters and journals of Jane Austen. Jane is nearing forty and has yet to marry. She is, quite frankly, the “cool aunt” to her niece, Fanny Knight. 

Olivia Williams stars as Jane Austen, along with Tom Hiddleston, Hugh Bonneville, Pip Torrens, and more.

This period drama takes place in the early 1800s.

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Under the Greenwood Tree

Keeley Hawes (in pink) in Under the Greenwood Tree.

Under the Greenwood Tree is based on a novel by Thomas Hardy. Like many of his stories, this takes place in an idyllic village in south west England. It’s a romance between a local boy and a beautiful schoolteacher. As he musters up the courage to ask for her hand in marriage, he realizes he has some tough competition.

It stars Keeley Hawes, Ben Miles, James Murray, and more.

This period drama takes place in the 1850s but Hardy’s book was published in 1872.

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The Bookshop

Emily Mortimer in The Bookshop.

Emily Mortimer stars as a free-spirited widow who finally realizes her dream of opening a bookshop. One reviewer aptly calls this film, “Subtle yet deeply affecting,” which couldn’t be more poignant.

Mortimer’s character is antagonized by a local upper-class woman who wishes to see the bookstore turned into a local arts center.

The Bookshop also stars Bill Nighy and Patricia Clarkson. 

This period drama takes place in the 1950s. 

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The Go-Between

Joanna Vanderham in The Go-Between.

The Go-Between is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by L. P. Hartley. If you’ve ever heard the quote “The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there,” this story is what it’s from. 

The story focuses on an older man recollecting his formative years as a naive boy. 

It stars Jim Broadbent, Joanna Vanderham, Vanessa Redgrave, Lesley Manville, and Stephen Campbell Moore.

This period drama takes place in 1900 but the book was written in 1953.

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The Other Boleyn Girl (2003)

Natascha McElhone and Jodhi May in The Other Boleyn Girl.

This isn’t The Other Boleyn Girl with Natalie Portman, Scarlett Johansson, and Eric Bana… Instead, this is an older version from 2003 starring Jodhi May and Natascha McElhone with Jared Harris playing Henry VIII. Both movies are based on the novel of the same name by Philippa Gregory.

The format of this film is not like a typical movie. Instead, it is reminiscent of a theatre production. It is minimalist and the camera work gives the feeling of being a fly on the wall. It analyzes the characters like a documentary. It is a unique film. But the performances of the actors are great if you don’t mind the eccentric format.

If you’re not familiar with the story, it centers around Mary Boleyn and her sister Anne Boleyn (the second wife of Henry VIII) as they contend for the king’s attention and affection.

This period drama takes place in the 16th century. 

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The Railway Children (2000)

The Railway Children.

The Railway Children follows the lives of three kids who move to a cottage near a railway line in Yorkshire. It’s a heartwarming, family-friendly escape filled with intriguing characters. It’s based on the novel by Edith Nesbit. 

You’ll see Richard Attenborough, Sophie Thompson, JJ Feild, Michael Kitchen, and more.

This period drama is set in 1905. 

Stream The Railway Children on Amazon Prime.

 

The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister

Maxine Peake as Anne Lister and Anna Madeley as Mariana Belcombe in The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister.

I’ve you’ve heard of HBO’s Gentleman Jack starring Suranne Jones, you’ve already got a head start.  This is an earlier adaptation of Anne Lister’s story. This version stars Maxine Peake and Anna Madeley. 

Anne Lister was a real person with the courage to have a lesbian relationship and write extensively on the subject, even though she often felt compelled to write in code due to the intolerant 19th century society in which she lived. She was a landowner, which afforded her some power to do as she wished, though not without scrutiny. 

This period drama is set in the first half of the 19th century.

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To Walk Invisible: The Brontë Sisters

To Walk Invisible

To Walk Invisible is a movie about the strength of women in a male-dominated world. It follows the lives of the Bronte sisters. In the movie, we watch as the Bronte sisters persevere to publish their novels.

It stars Finn Atkins, Rebecca Callard, Charlie Murphy, Adam Nagaitis, Chloe Pirrie, and Jonathan Pryce. The screenplay was written by Sally Wainwright who worked on Happy Valley, Gentleman Jack, and Last Tango in Halifax.

It’s listed as two episodes even though it’s two hours long. This is because it aired on PBS Masterpiece as two parts, but it is a movie.

This period drama takes place in the 19th century.

Stream To Walk Invisible on Amazon Prime.

 

BONUS –  Short Film: The Rain Collector

Céline Buckens in The Rain Collector.

It’s not technically a feature film, but this 12 minute short film is completely charming and I want more right now. It needs to be made in to a miniseries at least.

It’s about a young woman in Victorian England studying the science of rain. The cast is small, of course, but it stars Hermione Norris, Céline Buckens, and Max Bennett.  

Have a short break? Check out The Rain Collector on Amazon.

 

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