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Time: The Kalief Browder Story

This series that goes behind the headlines to get to the raw truths about what happened to 16-year-old Kalief Browder, who ended up in Rikers for three years for allegedly stealing a backpack.

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The North Pole

A metaphor for the effects of gentrification, complete with endangered native “species”—the human population.

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Kingdom

Packed with horror, action and gore, not to mention a deeper exploration of political game. Season 2’s story focuses on the power struggles amid an epidemic.

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Little Fires Everywhere

A series full of powerful lines and dramatic turns that would give the cast of Desperate Housewives a run for their money.

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White Lines

While it might leave you with an Ibiza-worthy hangover, jerking you from over-the-top 90s debauchery to telenovela murder mystery to a steamy beach romance, White Lines can also be a tense and transporting caper that might just lure you into an EDM style trance.

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Artificial: Remote Intelligence

Ever wanted to jump into Westworld or Ex Machina and redirect a story arc or two?  Wishing there was a character you could relate to or just one you could play puppet master to?  Here’s your chance to jump in.

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Dead to Me

At a time when there is too much actual death everywhere in real life, Dead to Me is a tonic with both the unapologetic sharpness of the humor combined with its emotional groundedness.

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The Good Karma Hospital

A timely drama from India that explores the very human struggles of doctors and nurses inside a struggling hospital. The show has hooked audiences in its home country and overseas.

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Community

At its best, this show is high art, mixing creativity, believability, thoughtfulness, and heart into some of the finest individual episodes of TV you can find.

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The Best New Shows to Stream in August 2021

This month is unusually light on marquee new streaming shows, but there are still some gems in the mix. We’ve picked out five that will be worth your time. And in an unusual twist, three of those five are on Hulu. We see you, Hulu! You’re crushing it this month! We also have the latest

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FBoy Island

A fresh and fun twist on the dating show genre that is definitely created from the female point of view. Set in the stunning Cayman Islands, with 24 gorgeous men, it says the quiet parts out loud and doesn’t take itself too seriously, so you don’t have to either. Get the girls together and play

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Nevertheless

A racy, seductive drama that defies K-drama tropes, Nevertheless is about a friends-with-benefits relationship that explores all of the confusion, lust, insecurity and pain of college-age relationships. Watch this one with a crush and cocktail.

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She’s Gotta Have It

Free-spirited artist Nola Darling (DeWanda Wise) juggles three lovers while trying to stay true to herself in this sexy comedy-drama series that brings a timely update to Spike Lee’s 1986 film. A hidden gem that ran from 2017-2019, it’s waiting to be rediscovered on Netflix. 

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My Unorthodox Life

Julia Haart is one of the biggest names in fashion and modeling, but it’s her ultra-Orthodox Jewish past and conflicted family that provides the drama for this reality series.

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Too Hot to Handle

If the summer heat is cooking your brain, finish it off by throwing it on the grill that is Too Hot to Handle. There’s an all new season to binge, and you’ll only regret it if you actually feel guilt from your guilty pleasures.

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The Evolution of The Rock & His Khakis

In honor of the upcoming Jungle Cruise film, we present a list of some of the best films where The Rock rocks his signature khaki look.

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Summertime

Take yourself on a vicarious vacation to Italy’s Adriatic coast and disappear into this streaming equivalent of a beach read. It will lull you in as much by the summer romances as by the lapping waves, rich-hued cinematography, and Italian classics soundtrack.

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The Last Letter from Your Lover

A date night movie that transports you to a lush 1960s French Riviera, the adaptation of the JoJo Moyes novel entwines two eras and two sharply contrasted romances, delivering a wistful summer escape watch.