George Washington is in the running for the United States' most misquoted president.
Can you name a single scripted original on the streaming service Facebook Watch? Me neither, which might be why Facebook appears to be cutting back on on them. The social network has canceled the original series Sorry For Your Loss (Elizabeth Olsen)
In the mood for laughs? We (and Netflix) have you covered. From classics like Friends, The Office (both versions, of course) and Parks and Rec to quirky series Trailer Park Boys and The Inbetweeners -- not to mention great Netflix originals like GLOW -- below you'll find a list of shows that might make for great discoveries or even comfort TV to watch again and again. Like with our list of the Best TV Dramas on Netflix, we will be rolling out more lists of TV subgenres on the streaming giant...
Facebook’s unfair and uneven policies on nudity have left artists without their audience, businesses without access to their customers and vulnerable people without a support network.
On Thursday, Facebook made a very bad decision that will, without question, negatively impact the 2020 election. They decided not to either ban political advertising or institute any sort of fail-safe measure to avoid lies presented in those ads from politicians from propagating across the Internet.
Film skewers racism and populism but was initially expected to be anti-migrant
It’s a bad week to be Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Last Updated: January 1, 2020 So you’re browsing through Netflix, looking for something to watch, but you’re in the mood for something light. Netflix’s massive library can be intimidating, especially when you’re looking for a good comedy amidst a sea of subpar entries in the genre. Not to fear, though, because we here at Collider have you covered. Below, we’ve curated a list of the very best comedies on Netflix right now. We’ve got everything from silly buddy comedies, big splashy commercial...
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Steve Martin and Martin Short are taking their touring act to television with a new Hulu comedy