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Everything We Know About 'The Handmaid's Tale,' Elisabeth Moss' Upcoming Hulu Series

Six months before an old Access Hollywood tape surfaced featuring President-elect Donald Trump and former Today co-host Billy Bush’s blatantly sexist discussion of women, Hulu… 740 more words


Get Your First Look Into the Republic of Gilead With These Images From Hulu's Upcoming 'Handmaid's Tale' Series

Hulu has just released the first images from the anticipated, Elisabeth Moss-starring TV series adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s Handmaid’s Tale. The images reveal the first look at the society of Gilead — though if you’ve read the book or even seen its various covers over the years, the dress-coded society pictured won’t look too far from what you’ve likely imagined. 271 more words


The Free World

Mo (Boyd Holbrook) is recently released from prison where he served hard time for a crime he didn’t commit. Reintegration to the outside world is hard on him, and the local cops are even harder. 327 more words


TVLine Items: Chicago Fire Adds Family, Julianne Hough Is Speechless and More

Chicago Fire is bringing the family drama in Season 5.

Daniel Zacapa (The River) and Fulvia Vergel (Hold the Door) will play Gabby and Antonio Dawson’s parents in an upcoming episode of the NBC drama 175 more words

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The First Photo of Elisabeth Moss in 'TOP OF THE LAKE' Season 2

Check out the very first photo that SundanceTV has released of Elisabeth Moss reprising her role as Detective Robin in TOP OF THE LAKE season 2, which can be seen down below! 62 more words


BBC reveals first-look image from Top Of The Lake season two

Jane Campion’s Top Of The Lake was a stunner. Set in the impossibly beautiful New Zealand wilderness it was the heart-rending story of a pregnant, 12-year-old girl who disappeared after trying to kill herself. 134 more words

British Crime Drama

Movie Review: High-Rise

A doctor moves into a high-rise apartment block and tries to figure out what’s going on as the inhabitants start tearing each other apart. 731 more words

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