John Krasinski returns to play Tom Clancy's action hero, alongside a huge array of Christmas movies.
Harry Styles and Emma Corrin lead a romantic story in 'My Policeman', while James Corden stars as a chef in comedy series 'Mammals'.
Chloe Grace Moretz brings a warmth to this William Gibson adaptation, which elevates it above other more mainstream examples of the genre.
New Zealand is once again a home base for an adaptation of Tolkien’s work, having previously hosted Peter Jackson’s Lord Of The Rings and Hobbit trilogies from the 2000s.
Though spooky season is now upon us, this week’s streaming highlights bring some unconventional horrors as well as the more standard ones.
Mat Whitecross' doc tells the storied history of the music behind Bond who celebrates the 60th anniversary of his film debut this week.
Lena Dunham helms a medieval comedy, Blumhouse takes on blind dates and Peter Capaldi plays a reclusive criminal on Prime Video UK this month.
The ensemble cast of 'The Rings of Power' relished the chance to delve into unexplored corners of JRR Tolkien's work.
'The Rings of Power' is set during Tolkien's Second Age and features fresh versions of several huge 'Lord of the Rings' characters.
TV's equivalent to the Battle of Helm's Deep might be a little more well-mannered than expected.
Maxim Baldry portrays Isildur, who would go on to cut the One Ring from the hand of Sauron.
James May talks about surviving smashing into a tunnel wall and then crashing through ice into a frozen lake while filming new Grand Tour film 'A Scandi Flick.'
The Rings of Power is world building fantasy at its best, which will introduce a new generation to the wonders of Middle Earth.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power is nearly upon us, with the first episode due to stream on Prime Video from 2 September.
Ron Howard tells the story of the Thai cave rescue, Sylvester Stallone is a superhero and Arsenal lift the lid on their race for the Champion's League.
Prime Video's blockbuster prequel to the 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy looks set to be a gargantuan Middle Earth adventure.
With more swears and bodily fluids than even the most X-rated series, The Boys is like giving the Marvel Cinematic Universe a shot of adrenaline
Nothing can prepare audiences for the dire concoction of cliches, which ensure The Terminal List is dead on arrival.