Hi there! The Oscars are this weekend, but let’s face it—we’re only tuning in once we’ve finished crying over The Last of Us season finale. In the meantime, there’s a new Scream, a new Luther, and a new Kerry Washington series. (Plus, don’t miss the Yellowjackets trailer, which offers some key Season 2 clues.) Not to mention all the last-minute Oscar-nominated films to watch to wrap up awards season! Happy viewing!
"It’s bittersweet that the story has come to its natural conclusion.”
Ghostface takes Manhattan in this highly anticipated new installment (the first without Neve Campbell). And guess what’s scarier than a masked killer with a giant knife? A masked killer with a giant knife on the subway!
Idris Elba dons the overcoat as detective John Luther, busting out of prison to finally capture the serial killer who eluded him during the series’ initial run. For those of us who first fell for Elba’s charms as this gruff antihero, this one is mandatory viewing.
Kerry Washington’s life as a single mother and therapist is slowly coming together (she thinks!) when her father, Delroy Lindo, is released from prison after 17 years and ends up living with her and her teen son. Hi-jinks ensue!
Anthony Pellicano was sentenced to 15 years for wiretapping and racketeering following his career as a “Hollywood fixer,” and the doc promises plenty of never-before-heard recordings that brought down the P.I. and his notoriously brutal tactics.
Pre-game for the upcoming final season of Ted Lasso with this documentary about Madrid’s triumphant soccer team and their 2021-2022 season. There’s probably not a lot of downhome wisdom here, but there will be plenty of drama and heartfelt stories.
If only the Rose family had received better financial advice, they wouldn’t be up Schitt’s Creek without a paddle and maybe the Dutton’s wouldn’t be on the verge of losing their land if they’d made better investments. It might be too little too late for our favorite TV families, but whether you’re starting with $10 or $10 million, Betterment is here to help you earn more money. Download the Betterment app to gain the tools and support needed to become a better investor.
The dysfunctional Dutton family controls the largest contiguous ranch in the US. Led by patriarch John Dutton (Kevin Costner), the family puts their blood, sweat and tears– emphasis on the bloodshed– into defending their property against constant attacks and a dwindling financial future.
All’s fair in love and business wars as the Roy family contemplate their future once their aging father begins to step back from the media and entertainment conglomerate they control. Who will he trust to take over in his absence?
The formerly mega-rich Rose family suddenly finds themselves completely broke. With only one remaining asset, a small town called Schitt’s Creek, which they bought as a joke, the family must come together to adjust to their newfound lifestyle.
The 95th Academy Awards takes place Sunday, March 12 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on ABC (here’s how you can stream it for free so you don’t miss a thing). Before the Oscars kick off, check out our predictions, and stream these three front-runners—and then adjust your ballots accordingly.
Everything Everywhere All at Once
The biggest surprise of 2022 was seeing this critically acclaimed, successful indie take not just the country by storm but the Academy Award nominations. Watch it now if you still haven’t, and watch it again to remind yourself just why it deserved all the hype heaped upon it.
Come for the shirtless volleyball scene, stay for the reminder of just how fun movies can be. Tom Cruise is back in rare form as Maverick in this Top Gun sequel about a new generation of fighter pilots, machismo, and camaraderie. Plus Jennifer Connelly!
Netflix’s German-language adaptation of the WWI novel we all read in high school scored a shocking number of Oscar nominations in January—and its visceral recreation of battlefields deserved them all. This is your chance to feel superior if the film’s momentum leads to some upsets.