"Lola Upside Down" was named a "Show to Watch" this fall by "The New York Times." "L'il Quinquin," filmed in brighter tones, had a more direct crime drama storyline and perhaps most important, was played largely for laughs.
Lost among a bombardment of ongoing negative news, Facebook quietly continues to roll out its free alternative to subscription streaming services: Facebook Watch.
I was impressed by Arirang News' objective coverage -- even of such issues as North Korea's nuclear situation.
Florence Pugh shines as Charlie, a young British actress recruited by Israelis in 1979 to pretend she is a Palestinian sympathizer.
Pick your Christmas music from a giant jukebox of holiday tunes -- and your Christmas movie from a similarly endless-seeming variety of made-for-TV titles.
It's Black Friday! Time to binge-shop! So we checked out Alecia, a free streaming service designed to sell products related to its shows.
In our house, Thanksgiving means the annual screening of the "Turkeys Away" episode of "WKRP in Cincinnati."
The show is a crime drama with the by-now-obligatory formula of a flawed hero and a murder case that interconnects with complicated plot lines.
Ashley Jensen stars in this cozy mystery series as a former Londonite who retires to an English village where the homicide rate rivals that of "Murder, She Wrote."
SVOD service Fandor features a wealth of indie films and shorts like "Why We Love Ryan Gosling."