Toronto International Film Festival: Greta Thunberg Expresses Frustration Over Non-Priority of Climate Change
Greta Thunberg believes that the world should focus on her message of protecting our earth and fighting rapid destructive climate change rather than her.
‘Steven Universe’, ‘The Amazing World of Gumball’, ‘Wander Over Yonder’, etc are the perfect example of inspirational kids TV shows.
The NFL is resilient and data shows that despite 2020 season having some rating setbacks, NFL TV ratings will slowly go back up as time passes.
Javicia Leslie makes history as the first black Batwoman, a bisexual character, that helps progress and diversity for the world.
The Criterion Channel is here to educate us all on important people’s protests of the past century with films from 1925 to 2011.
32 years after its release, ‘Stand and Deliver’ is a quiet miracle on a healthy student-teacher relationship despite all obstacles.
‘It Takes a Lunatic’ shows us one of the gentlest hearts and good human known as Wynn Handman who taught the craft of acting and more.
‘Ramy’ is the show we need in an extremely polarized world that has ostracized an entire religion wrongfully.
Our tribute to Shonda Rhimes, the television writer, producer, and showrunner who elevated TV and culture due to her numerous hit shows.
In her new series, ‘I May Destroy You’, Michaela Coel is brave enough to show the horror and beauty of life after sexual abuse.