Peacock Renews ‘One Of Us Is Lying’ For A Second Season

We don’t understand how studios decide to renew things sometimes. Things that you are sure will get cancelled, don’t. Things that you are sure will get renewed, don’t. If we’re being honest, we never thought that this one would be…

Peacock’s ‘Wolf Like Me’ Premieres Official Post-Launch Trailer

Wolf Like Me just dropped a new post-premiere trailer and its spoilery-nature shouldn’t deter you from checking it out on Peacock.

See The Trailer And Photos For ‘Wolf Like Me’

Isla Fisher and Josh Gad in a movie together? We’re for it. See the trailer for #WolfLikeMe

MacGruber Interviews: Jorma Taccone & John Solomon

We talked to Jorma Taccone and John Solomon about bringing MacGruber to life, and why it was a good time to bring the character back.

Jennifer Lopez’s ‘Marry Me’ Set To Premiere On Peacock & In Theaters Valentines Day Weekend

We stan a studio that knows we’d rather watch a rom-com from our couch for valentines and not head to the theater.

MacGruber Interviews: Ryan Phillippe & Joseph Lee Anderson

We talked to Ryan Phillippe and Joseph Lee Anderson about why MacGruber again, and the answer might surprise you.

‘Saved by the Bell’ Season 2 Review: More of the Same, but Better

Saved by the Belll season 2 is more of the same that worked in season 1, but somehow, even better. We discuss why it works.

The First Look At The Reboot Of ‘The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air’ Released

#TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir was a great show & we’re looking forward to the reboot #Bel-Air. See the trailer –

Peacock Announces Release Date For ‘Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol’

Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol is coming to Peacock, and we’ve got not just a release date, but a trailer and some pictures!

‘Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts’ Episode 6 Review

Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts episode five Trials focuses on the Olympic Trials selection, the question of what’s next for all of the gymnasts, and the love all of them have for the sport. It features, as seen…

What to Watch: Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts

Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts is now available on Peacock, and it should fill your quota of content before the actual Olympics.

Peacock Releases The First Pictures From ‘Dr. Death’

I am sure that Joshua Jackson wants to be known as more than just being Pacey from Dawson’s Creek, but for some of us (me, I am us) – we (me, I am we) can’t think of him any other way.

‘Punky Brewster’ 1×08 Review: “Put A Ring On It”

Love is a bitch and complicated. On the 7th episode of Punky, we’re looking at all the different kinds of relationships and how complicated shit can get!

‘Punky Brewster’ 1×07 Review: “The Treehouse That Punky Built”

Memories shape us and sometimes letting go of them is the hardest thing. But we don’t always have to let go.

‘Punky Brewster’ 1×06 Review: “The Look Of Daniel”

#PunkyBrewster delivered a powerful episode about acceptance and it was absolutely beautiful.

‘Punky Brewster’ 1×05 Review: “Looking For Love And A Hat”

The thing about change is that it is never easy, but it is necessary for growth. I think all of us may have a hard time with change and letting go. The things we know are comfortable, but letting go…

‘Punky Brewster’ 1×04 Review: “Under The Influence”

One thing that we can all learn from Hannah is that loyalty is something we should all practice and trust is something that we should all give.

‘Punky Brewster’ 1×03 Review: “Two First Dates”

Having ones first date is a big thing. Having ones first date and getting stuck in an escape room with your mom? Well that’s next level.

‘Punky Brewster’ 1×02: “Make Room For Izzy”

Change is scary, but always important. The Brewster family making room for Izzy will change everything, but we’re betting on it being for the better.

‘Punky Brewster’ 1×01 Review: “Pilot”

Punky Brewster is back, but the question is – does she live up to the original series. Jury’s still out on that one.

‘The Best Man’ Is Headed To Peacock As A Limited Series

The Best Man, written and directed by Malcolm D. Lee, has always been one of my absolute favorite films. Being a woman of color, it was one of the first times I can honestly say I saw Black people leading…