TV Rewind

The British singer called out the streaming platform for eroticizing "kidnapping and distorts sexual violence and trafficking as a "sexy' movie."
More than 50 movies just joined Netflix, including "Sleepless in Seattle."
Lionsgate announced that when the show comes to Amazon’s IMDb TV, it will feature a title card noting the "historical authenticity" and "disturbing images related to race in America."
"Eurovision Song Contest," "Dolemite Is My Name" and other successful Netflix comedies.
These dummies make "Glee" even more disturbing.
“Cop shows glorify police.” The widely popular TV crime genre that uses policing as entertainment has been taking a toll on Black and brown communities.
The nominal steps by shows like "30 Rock," "Scrubs," "Family Guy" and "The Simpsons" to address racism feel like empty gestures.
Black writers criticized the decision to scrap a 1988 show featuring two characters in mud masks as "counterproductive" and "stupid."
The scripted limited series “Colin in Black & White” will explore the athlete and activist's formative high school years.
"Floor Is Lava" is Netflix's new summer hit.