IMDb's "What to Watch" Seriesby IMDb-Editors | created - 6 months ago | updated - 3 days ago | Public
Whether you're a true-crime sleuth or just getting started, we have four documentaries from 2020 that have powerful and unique takes on unraveling true crimes, from a writer who gets too involved in her grisly subject to a young filmmaker's attempt to solve his mother's murder.
March is bringing a whole lot of action and monsters to your screen including an extended recut of a DC film, a dramatic turn from your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, and a face-off between two gargantuan legends.
If you have wanderlust, our five movie and TV picks will take you on a journey to the south of France, to the backroads of South America, and to the Great Pyramids in Egypt.
Though we won't divulge the identity of Lady Whistledown, we will share four modern period pieces to watch after "Bridgerton" to bring you all the scandal, comedy, and romance your heart desires.
We've curated a list of romances that break free of the typical fare of humans falling in love. These are love stories without bounds, including a melancholic romance starring Ryan Gosling and a doll, a '90s classic from Tim Burton, and an Oscar-winning film that may make you rethink what it means to connect with your device.
Prince Akeem is set to return in 'Coming 2 America' on Prime Video, and it's only fitting that we royally declare the essential films you can stream now to experience the dynamic career of the one-and-only Eddie Murphy.
These 2021 Sundance Film Festival headliners became household names thanks to some unforgettable roles early in their careers. We recommend a journey back to the breakout performances that would be inconceivable to miss, including Robin Wright's turn in a fairy tale parody, a time-travel fantasy film with Nicolas Cage, and a searing satire that earned Tessa Thompson critical praise.
Discover the most buzzed-about films premiering on your favorite streaming platforms. It's a month full of dynamic duos including Salma Hayek and Owen Wilson in a sci-fi drama, Zendaya and John David Washington in a tragic love story, Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield in a poignant slice of history, and Lana Condor and Noah Centineo in a fond farewell.
If you want to continue to explore the fascinating world of "WandaVision," we have you covered with a trippy sci-fi series from Marvel, a film that transports Reese Witherspoon and Tobey Maguire into the world of a 1950s sitcom, a dark comedy starring Elizabeth Olsen, and an Avengers film that showcases the true power of Wanda and Vision's love.
We've curated a list of lesser-known films to help you explore the space-time continuum from the comfort of your couch. You're in for the ride of a lifetime whether you're looking for an intense psychological thriller, a poignant adventure in a makeshift time machine, or an indie rom-com that flirts with time travel.
Discover the latest comedy series you can stream to boost your mood. Whether you're looking for a silly sketch show from Australia, a rom-com from Mindy Kaling, an over-the-top musical comedy, or a relatable family sitcom, we've got every sense of humor covered.
To celebrate the launch of Season 5 of "The Expanse" on Prime Video, the stars of the series recommend the essential episodes that you need to rewatch to fully understand their characters and the Rocinante's journey.
This January, put your resolutions on hold and dive into Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with your favorite superhero couple, the feature directorial debut of 2019 Oscar winner Regina King, and Season 3 of a series that perfectly revived an '80s classic.
In an unpredictable year, we could always count on diverse new TV series and storylines to keep us satisfied, intrigued, and comforted. Join us on a journey through the shows that caught our attention each month in 2020 and deserve to be binged for years to come.
Discover what to watch this December with a drama generating Oscar buzz for incredible performances from Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman, a Pixar movie guaranteed to make you laugh and cry (like all Pixar movies do), a series celebrating the Queen of Tejano Music, and a new Stephen King adaptation you won't want to miss.
Prime Video has you covered this holiday season with movies for the family, including a classic that still shines bright after nearly 75 years, a "most wonderful" comedy starring Henry Winkler, and a few reminders that December is peak rom-com season.
If the wait for 'No Time to Die' feels endless, we have three titles to make the time go by, including a heist film where Daniel Craig delivers both the action and delightful puns, a classic Bond title where the women don't pull any punches, and a trippy miniseries from 'No Time to Die' director Cary Joji Fukunaga.
Discover what to watch this November including a documentary series that dives deep into the Marvel Universe, a reboot of a beloved '90s animated series, and a special that celebrates a very important 'Star Wars' holiday.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Eddie Redmayne, stars of 'The Trial of the Chicago 7,' share their five reasons why you're not going to want to miss Aaron Sorkin's timely courtroom drama on Netflix.
Discover three action packed movies to stream on Prime Video, from a wild ride where Will Smith fights his younger self to Daniel Craig's first heart-pounding mission as James Bond.
With Season 11 of "Bob's Burgers" underway, we're celebrating the beloved animated comedy's special knack for hilariously parodying well-known TV and movies. We run down five parody episodes to make you laugh, from takes on an '80s classic to a new journey into Westeros.
We've rounded up streaming treats for everyone's tastes in October 2020, including a horror-film anthology from Blumhouse, a heart-pounding drama series from the creator of "Big Little Lies," and a heartfelt animated movie from a Disney veteran that will take you to space.
The Oscar-winning actress shares a special list of films that inspire hope in an effort to help support those without a place to call home amidst our global health crisis.
Discover three TV shows featuring Emmy-nominated standout performances, including a raw and emotional turn from a former Disney Channel star, a comedic look at finding faith in modern life, and a bold Netflix debut by an international star on the rise.