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Upcoming on Netflix: Jason Bateman and Jude Law in ‘Black Rabbit’

The limited series features Law as the owner of a successful New York City hot spot. Bateman plays his brother, who comes back into his life and threatens to ruin everything.

‘Nolly’ a treat, thanks to Helena Bonham Carter

The "Masterpiece" three-parter is a warm, smart, and concise portrait of British actress Noele Gordon, known as Nolly, who, in 1981, was abruptly fired from her TV soap opera, “Crossroads,” after 17 years.


Remember four years ago? When TV was our best friend?

Four years ago this month, we retreated inside our homes as the pandemic erupted. And whatever we needed in that moment — distraction, uplift, or just something to talk about — television provided.

11 ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Boston and beyond

Get your Irish on.


Michael Douglas returning to TV to play Benjamin Franklin in miniseries

Douglas portrays Franklin during the eight years he spent in France, seeking to sway the country into supporting the United States’ efforts in the American Revolution.


Binge-worthy ‘Apples Never Fall’ unmasks a family rotting at the core

What I like most about the Peacock miniseries is that it doesn’t pretend to be a high-prestige TV production or a larger statement. It’s a dish served hot.


‘The New Look’ fashions a compelling drama about Nazi complicity

Ben Mendelsohn, who plays Christian Dior, is particularly impressive in the series set during the occupation of Paris in World War II.

Lori Loughlin pokes fun at college admission scandal on ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’

“Curb Your Enthusiasm” featured a pretty, pretty, pretty interesting guest appearance by Lori Loughlin on Sunday night.