The latest addition to Gwyneth Paltrow’s empire is a spineless exploration of wellness wrapped in a glossy package.
Apparently it pays to be yourself, who knew?
The Netflix children’s special gives hope to the weird wonderful kid in all of us.
The reboot is the chance for the notoriously white series to broaden its queer horizons.
How a network of local creatives brought a queer, authentically Chicago story to Showtime.
A mockumentary about gardening, scenes from a hospital waiting room, and more streaming shows to binge this holiday season.
A sven-tillating conversation with Chicago’s legendary horror host, Rich Koz, on 40 years of Svengoolie, celebrity fans, and BERWYN!
The Comedy Central series offers a nuanced, and incredibly funny, depiction of Englewood you won’t see on the news.
The Chicago-made webseries takes a radically different view of mental illness.
As they grapple with their sexual identities, the characters find strength and comfort in their community.
The reenactments in Jordan Rome’s video series are designed so white people will empathize with the victims—and then take action.
It’s kind of like being trapped in a horror movie.
“I’m interested in the conversation about if we’re allowed to laugh at people who’ve made mistakes,” the creator and star of HBO’s Crashing says.
Three local boundary-breaking productions destined for bigger screens
The second season of Joe Swanberg’s Netflix series looks like Chicago but doesn’t feel like the city at all.