The major streaming services added bunch of great stuff this week, including this year’s Best Picture winner, an acclaimed new TV series from the CW, Quentin Tarantino’s Oscar-winning WWII thriller, and everything ranging from a fact-based psychodrama to a horror film to popular shows from Netflix and HBO. Read on for the full list.

New on Netflix


Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Season 3 (2017) 97%

Ellie Kemper stars in this Tina Fey-produced original Netflix comedy series about a woman trying to adjust to life in the city after being held captive in a bunker for 15 years. Season 3 is now available to stream in its entirety.

Available now on: Netflix

Inglourious Basterds (2009) 89%

Brad Pitt and Christoph Waltz headline an all-star cast in Quentin Tarantino’s revisionist WWII thriller about a clever Nazi colonel who specializes in locating Jews in hiding and a team of Jewish soldiers with a ruthless reputation for exacting vengeance on the Nazis.

Available now on: Netflix

Riverdale: Season 1 (2017) 88%

The CW’s dark, winking modern-day interpretation of the classic Archie comics follows high-schooler Archie Andrews (KJ Apa) and his friends as they navigate the harsh realities of life.

Available now on: Netflix

Christine (2016) 88%

Rebecca Hall stars in this fact-based drama as Christine Chubbuck, the Florida news reporter who committed suicide on live TV in 1974.

Available now on: Netflix

The Place Beyond the Pines (2012) 78%

Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper star in a drama with three interconnected stories about the fates of two families over the course of 15 years.

Available now on: Netflix

New on Amazon Prime


Moonlight (2016) 98%

Barry Jenkins’ multiple Oscar-winning (including Best Picture) drama follows a young man’s search for meaning as he grapples with love and comes to terms with his sexuality over three stages of his life.

Available now on: Amazon Prime

Appropriate Behavior (2014) 95%

This indie comedy written and directed by (and starring) Desiree Akhavan centers on a Persian-American bixesual woman in Brooklyn trying to pick up the pieces after she’s dumped by her girlfriend.

Available now on: Amazon Prime

Boardwalk Empire: Season 5 (2014) 88%

It’s been a while since HBO’s period crime drama ended, but if you never caught up with the final days of Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi) — or if you never watched at all — you can catch up on all five seasons on Amazon Prime now.

Available now on: Amazon Prime

The Blackcoat's Daughter (2015) 74%

Kiernan Shipka and Emma Roberts star in this horror film about a pair of girls who encounter a malevolent presence during a winter holiday they’re forced to spend alone at their boarding school.

Available now on: Amazon Prime

New on FandangoNOW


John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017) 89%

Keanu Reeves returns as the headshot-happy hitman, who is forced to honor an oath from his past and finds himself targeted by every other assassin in the process.

Available now on: FandangoNOW

Raw (2016) 92%

This acclaimed French horror/dark comedy/coming-of-age film centers on a lifelong vegetarian who discovers a taste for raw meat during her first year of veterinary school.

Available now on: FandangoNOW

A United Kingdom (2016) 84%

David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike star in this fact-based drama about the international outcry that erupted after the king of Botswana married a British citizen.

Available now on: FandangoNOW

As the old saying goes, April showers bring May binge-watching, and you have plenty to choose from this month. From the sweeping gangster epic Boardwalk Empire now on DVD to the zippy tech drama Halt and Catch Fire returning for season two, you can be sure to never glimpse a single petal of those May flowers!

Boardwalk Empire

What it is: At the dawn of Prohibition in 1920, Atlantic City treasurer Enoch “Nucky” Thompson (Steve Buscemi) finds a new way to make a quick buck — bootlegging. Not one to do things on a small scale, Nucky builds a criminal empire that stretches from the shores of Atlantic City to Boston, New York and even Chicago — leaving piles of bodies, stacks of cash, wrecked lives, and bottles of booze in his wake.

Why you should watch it: With the final season — and complete series — out on DVD & Blu-ray, as well as on streaming services, now is the perfect time to catch up on one of the most critically acclaimed shows of the last decade.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime, Vudu, Google Play, iTunes, HBOGo, and on DVD/Blu-ray.

Commitment: 50 hours.

Masters of Sex

What it is: Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan star as William H. Masters and Virginia Johnson in this biographical series on the pioneers of sex science. Dr. Masters’ highly controversial study relies on volunteers willing to have sex while being monitored. Virginia Johnson is a former nightclub singer and university student who becomes his assistant. Soon, they become enthusiastic participants in their own research.

Why you should watch it: Season two comes out on DVD on May 5, so you have plenty of time to get caught up before season three returns to Showtime on July 12. Both Michael Sheen and Lizzie Caplan are captivating in their roles of Masters and Johnson. There are also stand-out performances by the supporting players, including an especially moving subplot featuring Beau Bridges and Allison Janney.

Where to watch: Both seasons are streaming on Showtime Anytime, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, iTunes, PlayStation, Xbox Video, and Vudu. Season one is available on DVD and Blu-ray, and season two will drop May 5.

Commitment: 24 hours.

Battlestar Galactica

What it is: Following a genocidal attack by a robotic race known as the Cylons, the last remaining humans in a distant star system set out to find a lost planet known as Earth in order to resettle.

Why you should watch it: If you never caught this deeply thoughtful sci-fi drama during its original run, you’re in luck because the entire series comes out on Blu-ray on May 12. Battlestar not only benefits from its eye-catching outer space setting but also tackles complicated philosophical issues, and its clever writing and strong cast translate into a much more grown-up experience than the original 1978 series that inspired it.

Where to watch: A new complete series Blu-ray box set will be available at your local retailers on May 12, but if you can’t wait, you can rent episodes on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Vudu, and Google Play.

Commitment: 80 hours.

The Bridge

What it is: El Paso Police detective Sonya Cross (Diane Kruger) teams up with Ciudad Juárez detective Marco Ruiz (Demián Bichir) to solve a bizarre murder along the U.S.-Mexico border. She’s got Asperger syndrome, he’s got a host of personal problems, and they each have very different approaches to law enforcement.

Why you should watch it: A police procedural loaded with haunting atmosphere and a fantastic collection of odd personalities on various sides of the drug trade, The Bridge overcame its intriguing-but-uneven first season to become one of TV’s weirdest cop shows — maybe a little too weird, since it was cancelled after its second season aired. Season two hits DVD and Blu-ray May 5, and if you’re in the mood for a different type of crime thriller, you’d be hard-pressed to find anything quite as off-kilter and darkly funny as this.

Where to watch: Vudu, Xbox Video,
iTunes, Sony PSN,
Google Play, and Amazon, and DVD and Blu-ray.

Commitment: 26 hours.

Halt and Catch Fire

What it is: In 1983, a former IBM executive (Lee Pace) and his team are trying to grab a piece of the burgeoning PC market by building a knock-off of their own.

Why you should watch it: This Certified Fresh drama, returning to AMC for a second season on May 31, brings the ’80s to life with feisty performances by Pace, Mackenzie Davis, and Scoot McNairy, who elevate a dry subject to highly bingeable show. Plus, there are some pretty great period details — be on the look-out for digital watches, big glasses, and high-waisted pants!

Where to watch: Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu

Commitment: 10 hours.

Under the Dome

What it is: Supernatural events begin to spook a small town’s residents when a giant transparent dome suddenly appears overhead and traps them within.

Why you should watch it: It’s based on a Stephen King novel and produced by Steven Spielberg, so it boasts a pretty hefty pedigree. If you like survival stories and examinations of the human condition, you’ll want to catch up on this series before it returns for its third season on June 25.

Where to watch: Both seasons are streaming on Amazon Instant Video and Amazon Prime, CBS All Access, and iTunes, as well as DVD and Blu-ray.

Commitment: 26 hours.


What it is: Criminal profiler Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) assists the FBI in apprehending serial killers, but as the job begins to eat away at his mental health, he starts meeting with therapist Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen), a cannibal who murders rude people and serves them at fancy dinner parties.

Why you should watch it: Season three of the critically acclaimed show is back June 4 on NBC and there isn’t anything quite like Hannibal on television. It’s a crime procedural and a psychological thriller, filled with horror and just the right dash of romance and comedy.

Where to watch: Both seasons are currently streaming on Amazon Prime, , Vudu, HuluPlus
, iTunes and on DVD/Blu-ray.

Commitment: 18 hours.


What it is: Former baseball pitcher and alcoholic Sam Malone (Ted Danson) takes ownership of Cheers, a neighborhood Boston bar, working with and serving some of Boston’s funniest personalities.

Why you should watch it: Cheers is a sitcom favorite that ran 11 seasons long (and spun off into Frasier for another 11 years). At the time, its fresh and sarcastic brand of comedy amused fans consistently while its lovable cast of characters became household names throughout its long, successful run. Cheers still holds up today as one of America’s best long-running sitcoms.

Where to watch: The entire series is being released on DVD/Blu-Ray on May 5. Each season is available for streaming on Hulu Plus, Netflix, iTunes and Vudu. Seasons one through nine can be found on Amazon Instant Video, while Xfinity has made the first season available.

Commitment: Approximately 115 hours (including a couple of anniversary specials).

Call the Midwife

What it is: A young midwife in the 1950s joins an order of nursing nuns at Nonnatus House, a clinic in London’s East End. With an assignment she wasn’t expecting, Nurse Jenny Lee jumps in with both feet (and many receiving blankets), attending to destitute mothers and parents-to-be within harrowing surroundings.

Why you should watch it: Vanessa Redgrave’s narrative voice-over as the elder version of Jenny Lee hooks us immediately. What keeps us on that hook are the midwives, who do amazing, surprising, life-changing work without recognition. It’s extra exciting to remember that these stories are based on true memoirs. As an engaging period presentation with lighthearted humor and heavyhearted drama, Midwife delivers.

Where to watch: All four seasons of Call the Midwife can be seen on Amazon Instant Video, and iTunes. Vudu has seasons two through four and seasons one through three are up on Netflix, while season four is available on the PBS website after each episode airs. Season four is currently airing on PBS and concludes May 17. Seasons one through three are available on DVD/Blu-Ray, and season four is being released on May 19.

Commitment: 33 hours, as well as three Christmas specials.


What it is: Comedian and podcast king Marc Maron plays a lightly fictionalized version of himself, a painfully honest, hopefully neurotic funnyman.

Why you should watch it: Maron is the perfect follow-up for those who have watched Louie, Seinfeld, and Curb Your Enthusiasm. The lengthy roster of guest stars that includes Sarah Silverman, Conan O’Brien, David Cross, Amy Poehler, and Denis Leary, is pretty great too. And with new episodes coming to IFC May 14, now is the perfect time to watch seasons one and two (and also check out Maron’s WTF podcast).

Where to watch: Both seasons are available to stream on Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, iTunes, Netflix, and Xbox Video.

Commitment: 12 hours.

Which of these shows would you recommend to a friend? Let us know in the comments section below!

The Screen Actors Guild Awards held their annual ceremony on Sunday, Januray 25 in a televised event at Los Angeles’s Shrine Auditorium. Birdman took home another trophy — for Best Ensemble — though The Theory of Everything‘s Eddie Redmayne beat Michael Keaton for Best Actor, while Netflix’s Orange is the New Black came away with a couple of big wins. Read on for the full list.

Movie Awards


Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role

Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture

Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture

Television Awards


Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series

Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama Series

On Wednesday, Januray 7, the Writers Guild of America (WGA) released their list of nominees for their annual WGA Awards, honoring outstanding writing in film, television, radio, and new media. The ceremony itself will take place on Saturday, February 7 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, but you can check out a select list of the nominees below:


Original Screenplay

Adapted Screenplay

Documentary Screenplay

Drama Series

Comedy Series

New Series

Television nominations for the 2015 Writers Guild Awards (67th Annual) were announced on Dec. 4, 2014. The full list of TV nominees is below. The announcement of theatrical and documentary screenplay nominations will be made on Jan. 7, 2015, and the awards ceremony itself will be Feb. 14, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel. Stay updated by checking back here throughout the 2015 awards season.

    Short Form New Media – Original

  • “Apocalypse No,” Bad Shorts
  • “City of Angels,” Caper
  • “Episode 1 – Nature,” F to the 7th
  • “Episode 113: Rachel,” High Maintenance
  • “Episode 204,” Vicky and Lysander
  • “Episode 207,” Vicky and Lysander

    Comedy/Variety – Music, Awards, Tributes – Specials

  • The 68th Annual Tony Awards
  • 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards
  • 2014 Film Independent Spirit Awards
  • Bill Maher: Live from D.C.
  • Sarah Silverman: We Are Miracles

    Daytime Drama

  • Days of Our Lives
  • General Hospital

    Children’s Script – Episodic and Specials

  • “Girl Meets 1961,” Girl Meets World
  • “Haunted Heartthrob,” Haunted Hathaways
  • “Haunted Sisters,” Haunted Hathaways

    Documentary Script – Current Events

  • “Losing Iraq,” Frontline
  • “United States of Secrets: Privacy Lost (Part Two),” Frontline
  • “United States of Secrets: The Program (Part One)” Frontline

    TV News Script – Regularly Scheduled, Bulletin, or Breaking Report

  • “50th Anniversary of JFK’s Assassination,” CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley
  • CBS This Morning
  • “Nelson Mandela: A Man Who Changed the World,” World News with Diane Sawyer

    Documentary Script – Analysis, Feature, or Commentary

  • “Nowhere to Go,” 60 Minutes


Ep. 064 – Boardwalk Empire Recap – ‘Devil You Know’ (SPOILERS)
TV Editor Sarah Ricard is back in the mother-ship this week and has a spoiler-heavy discussion with Team Tomato’s Ryan Fujitani and Marya E. Gates. Listen as they talk about “Devil You Know,” episode six of Boardwalk Empire‘s fifth and final season.


Ep. 062 – Boardwalk Empire Recap – ‘King of Norway’ (SPOILERS)
This week, TV Editor Sarah Ricard visits the New York Observer and recaps Boardwalk Empire‘s latest episode, “King of Norway,” with senior editor Drew Grant and staff writer Vinnie Mancuso.

You can check out tvDownload here and follow Drew on Twitter at @videodrew and Vinnie at @VinnieMancuso1.


RT Podcast: Ep. 060 – Boardwalk Empire Recap – ‘Cuanto’ (SPOILERS)
Sarah Ricard, Tim Ryan, Ryan Fujitani, and Marya E. Gates of Team Tomato recap ‘Cuanto,’ the fourth episode of season five of ‘Boardwalk Empire,’ and they share their thoughts on Margaret, Nucky, Capone, Val Alden, and Sally Wheet.


RT Podcast: Ep. 058 – Boardwalk Empire Recap – ‘What Jesus Said’ (SPOILERS)
Sarah Ricard, Tim Ryan, Ryan Fujitani, and Marya E. Gates of Team Tomato caught up with Nucky, Chalky, Margaret, Narcisse, Mickey Doyle in this recap of season five, episode three.


RT Podcast: Ep. 052 – Boardwalk Empire Recap – ‘The Good Listener’ (SPOILERS)
Sarah Ricard, Tim Ryan, Ryan Fujitani, and Marya E. Gates of Team Tomato discussed what transpired in the second episode of Boardwalk Empire‘s season five.


Ep. 048 – New movies, plus John Erick & Drew Dowdle
Tim kicks off this week’s show with critics’ reactions to The Identical, and then Matt argues with the team about the merits of Forrest Gump. Ryan talks about new home video releases Draft Day and Night Moves, and then Sarah talks about the season premieres of Boardwalk Empire and Sons of Anarchy. In the second half of the show, Grae shares an interview with the Dowdle brothers, the team behind As Above/So Below, and they discuss shooting underground and their upcoming project with Pierce Brosnan.

It’s 1931 and Boardwalk Empire promises plenty of cash, guns, booty, and Nucky in season five. Check out the first full-length trailer, accompanied by The Killers’ “Tranquilize.” [Caution: contains mature content.]

Boardwalk Empire returns for its fifth and final season on Sunday, September 7 on HBO.

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What better time to binge-watch a show than right before its final season? With an award-winning pilot directed by Martin Scorsese, once Boardwalk Empire hooks you, it never lets go.

Boardwalk Empire

Boardwalk Empire

What’s the premise? At the dawn of Prohibition in 1920, Atlantic City treasurer Enoch “Nucky” Thompson (Steve Buscemi) finds a new way to make a quick buck — bootlegging. Not one to do things on a small scale, Nucky builds a criminal empire that stretches from the shores of Atlantic City to Boston, New York and even Chicago — leaving piles of bodies, stacks of cash, wrecked lives, and bottles of booze in his wake.

What’s it like? It lives up to its HBO pedigree with lush sets, rough language, gratuitous nudity, and jarring violence, during a pivotal time in American history. The pilot takes place during the first year of Prohibition, with women fighting for the right to vote. It’s as if you mixed The Great Gatsby and The Untouchables — but threw in a bit more naked Steve Buscemi (and ladies).

Where can I see it? Seasons one through three are available on Amazon Instant Video, Vudu and iTunes. All four seasons are available on HBO Go, Blu-Ray, and DVD as well.

How long will it take? The pilot episode of Boardwalk Empire clocks in at 73 minutes, with each of the subsequent 47 episodes having an average run-time of 53 minutes. Most episodes are gruesomely violent — it earns its TV-MA rating — so depending on your tolerance, you might need to pace yourself. If you’re really determined and don’t mind a good bloodbath, you can do one season a weekend and watch the whole thing in a month — plenty of time to catch up before its final season airs on September 7.

What do the critics think? Critics were wowed by the first season of Boardwalk Empire, with Heather Havrilesky of Salon raving “Boardwalk Empire presents a TV program that’s so polished and beautifully executed, each episode feels as rich and memorable as its own little Scorsese film.” Even its lowest rated season — season two — is 85 percent on the Tomatoemeter. Most critics agree that Boardwalk Empire is a slow burn that requires patience, but often pays off big. Andy Greenwald of Grantland said of the season four finale, “I can safely say the season of Boardwalk Empire that ended last night was, by far, its best.”

Why should I watch this? With a strong ensemble cast, Boardwalk Empire is anchored by a career-defining lead performance from cult favorite Steve Buscemi. Also, Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) displays more emotional depth with half a face than many actors can with their whole body. Boardwalk Empire is the entire package: terrific writing, great acting, lush sets, fine camerawork, humor, romance, violence, drama, hot people doing bad things, not-so-hot people doing bad things, and just enough hope that maybe not everyone is evil. Just don’t get too attached to any of the characters and you’ll do fine!

What’s my next step? Series creator Terence Winter and pilot director Martin Scorsese worked together on The Wolf of Wall Street and are currently filming an untitled pilot for HBO set in the music world of 1970s New York. For more Scorsese-style gangsters, check out his Certified Fresh 1990 flick Good Fellas. If you want something a little more period, try Brian De Palma’s The Untouchables, James Gray’s The Immigrant, Howard Hawks’ 1932 gangster classic Scarface, or Raoul Walsh’s 1939 prohibition-set film The Roaring Twenties with James Cagney. For more episodic gangster fare, try TNT’s Mob City, set in 1940s Los Angeles.

Did you stick with Boardwalk Empire since the beginning? Tell us why

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