Let’s be real, what else is there to do these days? We’re all stuck inside, so we might as well be entertained while we do it. So, if TV is your entertainment of choice, here are some shows that you can binge watch right now on Netflix.
The precursor to the famous Disney Renaissance, Disney animation owes a lot to The Great Mouse Detective, though viewers seldom remember it as one of the greats.
The jaw dropping revelations contained within Series 12’s finale were certainly polarising within the Doctor Who fandom, some viewing the new additions as exciting, while others think of it as an unnecessary destruction.
Now available on Netflix, Victoria Wood’s 1998 sitcom demonstrates there’s nothing quite like good, British humour.
One of the Doctor’s oldest companions finally comes to life in this poignant and tense instalment of Doctor Who.
Over its six season run, Glee covered a mammoth number of songs, from Hip Hop to Musical Theatre. So, what songs are actually worth listening to?
Former high school musical casts reunite years later to remount their last glorious foray into the spotlight in just one week with the help of theatre professionals.
Emma embraces her destiny, while Charming struggles to rescue Snow White.
The Disney+ documentary series delves into the fascinating birth and development of Disney’s theme park division, providing brilliant insight to the creative minds of the group of talented Imagineers who designed it all.
Regina goes to drastic lengths to eliminate Emma from Storybrooke, while Snow tries to free Charming from King George’s clutches.
August frantically tries to get Emma to believe. In the Enchanted Forest, Geppetto agrees to save Snow White’s daughter, but he wants something in return.
Mr. Gold is desperate to find out August’s true identity, while Baelfire seeks to reverse Rumpelstiltskin’s status as the Dark One so that they can go back to their normal life together.
Regina’s plan to finally get her revenge against Mary Margaret is coming together, while the reason behind their feud is revealed.
The sequel to 2016’s Trolls becomes the first film intended for theatrical release to be circulated on digital platforms amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Emma finds herself in mortal danger when she attempts to locate Mary Margaret, while The Evil Queen has some business in Wonderland.
Mary Margaret finds herself in the frame for Kathryn’s disappearance, while Charming tries to stop Snow from turning to evil as she strives to destroy the Evil Queen once and for all.
On the 10th Anniversary of Matt Smith’s premiere episode on Doctor Who, Twitter looks back at The Eleventh Hour: the first episode in a new era of Who
It’s Ruby’s turn in the spotlight this episode, as she attempts to strike out on her own away from Granny. Meanwhile, the investigation into Kathryn’s disappearance unearths a chilling find.
We learn the wholly unnecessary backstory to Leroy’s fairytale counterpart “Dreamy”…wait…Dreamy?
Emma becomes more determined to figure out the mystery behind the enigmatic Stranger, while David promises to break off his relationship with Kathryn, with disastrous consequences.
Mr. Gold pursues vigilante justice when he is robbed, while Rumpelstiltskin makes a deal with Belle in the Enchanted Forest.
Cashing in on the success of one of Disney Channel’s most beloved hits? High School Musical: The Musical: The Series more than justifies its existence within the first episode alone, perhaps even surpassing the original.