What Time Will The Marilyn Monroe Movie ‘Blonde’ Be on Netflix?

Who doesn’t love a high-profile mid-week release? The second season of The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers is about to drop on Disney+, Bachelor in Paradise Season 8 premieres Wednesday, September 28 on Hulu, and last but not least, the Marilyn Monroe movie Blonde is less than 24 hours from debuting on Netflix. Written and directed by Andrew Dominik, Blonde boldly reimagines the life of one of Hollywood’s most enduring icons. Based on the bestselling novel by Joyce Carol Oates, the film originally made headlines after earning Netflix’s first NC-17 rating, and while reviews have been mixed critics have praised Ana de Armas’ dynamic...
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Emily the Criminal’ on VOD, Starring an Inspired-As-Ever Aubrey Plaza as a Disillusioned Millennial Pushed to Break the Law

Now available to rent or purchase on VOD services like Prime Video, Emily the Criminal is a remarkable point on the arc of Aubrey Plaza’s career. We likely first recognized her in Parks and Recreation or Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, cocked an eyebrow at Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever (she was the voice!), realized she was far funnier than Dirty Grandpa and Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates deserved, and watched with fascination as she explored darker, more complicated characters in indie dramas Ingrid Goes West and Black Bear. Now she’s in nearly every shot of Emily the Criminal,...
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What Time Does ‘La Brea’ Season 2 Premiere on NBC? How to Watch Live and Online

Hold on tight! NBC’s hit sci-fi thriller La Brea is back and it’s sure to suck you in; though hopefully not into a tar pit. Last season saw the Harris family split up and struggle to come back together again when a massive hole opened up on the freeway in Los Angeles, sucking most of them into it. Miraculously, Eve Harris (Natalie Zea) and her son Josh (Jack Martin) survived, along with several others, including Dr. Sam Velez (Jon Seda) and his daughter Riley (Veronica St. Clair). But with the appearance of supposedly extinct animals, they soon come to realize that...

Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Nick Kroll: Little Big Boy’ On Netflix, Where The ‘Big Mouth’ Creator Jokes About His Real-Life Journey To Manhood

He has a hit Netflix animated series in Big Mouth and also turned his schtick with John Mulaney into a hit Broadway run and Netflix special, Oh Hello On Broadway, but what is Nick Kroll’s stand-up like? You might be able to guess, but even if you’re a comedy nerd who remembers Kroll’s early performances pre-Kroll Show, you still might wonder what he’s like now that he’s all grown up with a wife and son. NICK KROLL: LITTLE BIG BOY: STREAM IT OR SKIP IT? The Gist: Kroll’s first special, Thank You Very Cool, could be viewed as sort of a back-door...

What Time is ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ On? How To Watch on ABC and Hulu

Just as one makes the mental transition from summer to fall, it’s time to leave The Bachelorette behind and switch to Bachelor in Paradise mode. Yes, it’s time for another season of The Bachelor spinoff. You can prep for the premiere by reading Decider’s helpful watch guide below to ensure you don’t miss a minute of the love stories that unfold in Mexico.

‘Dahmer’ Episode 8 Recap: The Blame Game

Who is to blame for Jeffrey Dahmer? The simplest explanation, the one ultimately prioritized by his victims’ families, the court, and even Jeffrey himself, is that the real culprit is Jeffrey Dahmer. For Jeff, this is a matter of accepting responsibility for his crimes, the heinousness of which he recognizes; death is the only reprieve he seeks. For the families and the court, it’s a matter of not allowing Dahmer to escape punishment, at least in the sense of a life sentence in prison, by pleading insanity.

‘Rick and Morty’s “Night Family” Was a Response to a Popular Meme

It’s not often that Rick and Morty‘s Summer (Spencer Grammer) gets to be an episode’s bad guy. That’s one of the reasons that make “Night Family” so much fun. But there’s a chance that eagle-eyed fans may have seen this betrayal coming a mile away. A behind-the-scenes interview with Season 6 writer Rob Schrab and director Jacob Hair reveals that Summer’s big change was at least in part a response to one of Rick and Morty’s most quoted memes.

‘The Witcher’ and Spin-Off Series ‘Blood-Origin’ Release Dates Announced

This year’s TUDUM festival came and went, with Netflix revealing release dates, cast members, and more for The Witcher Season 3 and its prequel, The Witcher: Blood Origin. Blood Origin will throw its source material out the window and dial things back to the very beginning, taking place 1200 years before the fantasy series (and original books) began. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Netflix executive Kelly Luegenbiehl said the series was inspired by “a few lines in the books” after co-creators Declan de Barra and Lauren Schmidt Hissrich hit a “plot hole” while crafting the story for The Witcher season two.

Hayden Panettiere Joins ‘Red Table Talk’ for Emotional Discussion About Relinquishing Custody of Daughter: “Heartbreaking”

Ahead of tomorrow’s episode of Red Table Talk, the Facebook Watch series is previewing its emotional conversation with guest Hayden Panettiere. In today’s sneak peek, Panettiere gets vulnerable with Jada Pinkett Smith, Adrienne Banfield Norris and guest host Kelly Osbourne while detailing the difficult process of giving up custody of her daughter, Kaya, to her ex, Wladimir Klitschko.

What Time Does ‘Andor’ Episode 4 Come Out on Disney+?

Andor — there ain’t nothing else like it in Star Wars! Seriously, the cast and crew went above and beyond to strip Star Wars down to its rawest form and present an outer space adventure that feels super grounded and, dare we say it, realistic. Even if Andor is about as dramatic as Star Wars gets, there’s still plenty of good old fun to be found in the show. We’ve got B2EMO now, and he’s the absolute best. What’s next for Andor, the show and the man? We’re about to find out with the premiere of Episode 4.

Netflix Removes LGBTQ and Horror Tags on ‘Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ After Viewer Backlash

It’s not often that we have a tagging scandal on our hands. After facing intense backlash, Netflix has removed the LGBTQ tag on its controversial series, Dahmer — Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. This change happened less than a week after the series premiered. Since Monster‘s release, several viewers have complained about seeing an LGBTQ tag on the series. “I mean, I know it’s technically true, but this is not the representation we’re looking for,” a TikTok user by the name of Lizthelezbo said in a now-viral post. Other viewers who also saw the tag also called Netflix out for recommending this...

Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Suspect’ On BritBox, Where A Cop Painstakingly Investigates His Estranged Daughter’s Death

The new BritBox series Suspect is an adaptation of a Nordic noir series from Denmark with what seems to be an interesting premise: In each episode, the main character, a police detective, questions someone about the death of his estranged daughter. The episodes are two-handers for the most part, and last for 23 intense minutes. One or two episodes of that sound great, but will we want to see eight of them like that? Read on for more.

‘American Gigolo’ Episode 3 Recap: Gigolo Junior

Let’s get this out of the way right here and right now: Colin Stratton is Julian Kaye’s biological son, right? Right? I mean, the timing works out, given his age and how long Julian spent in prison. Obviously he and Colin’s mom Michelle were hot and heavy during the right timeframe, or at least so it seems, since we never actually see them have a falling-out in any of the show’s copious flashbacks.

‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Season 8: Cast Guide and Instagram Handles

Bachelor in Paradise, ABC’s Bachelor spin-off that brings former contestants to a gorgeous Mexico beach for a second shot at love, is back for Season 8. Over the past few years, a chunk of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette fans have grown fatigued with the unchanging structure of the franchise’s flagship shows. But the consensus seems to be that the chaos, casual vibes, and connections formed on Bachelor in Paradise are still thoroughly entertaining, so here’s hoping the spin-off can deliver another satisfying season.

Joy Behar Annihilates Krysten Sinema While Sunny Hostin and Sara Haines Clash Over Gun Reform on ‘The View’: “A Bridge Too Far”

The View piled onto Sen. Kyrsten Sinema this morning, lashing out at the Arizona democrat for her chummy relationship with Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell after he praised her as “extraordinarily effective” and a “genuine moderate.” The Hot Topics table lit up with animated chatter, but the buzziest moment went down between Sara Haines and Sunny Hostin, who debated Sinema’s contributions to gun reform.