All students who apply to university need ‘U’ courses, but Toronto-area research reveals few students with zero Grade 12 ‘U’ courses apply for any post-secondary education at all.
To understand the changing nature of music listening, I interviewed users of streaming services about how they listen to music.
Like their cable predecessors, streaming companies have lured customers in with low rates and promises of a better viewing experience. Now they’re cashing in.
A Savage Christmas would give Crackers a run for its money as the worst Australian Christmas film to date.
Through action films, dramas and kids’ cartoons, right-wing activists are working to build their own alternative entertainment universe insulated from Hollywood’s purported liberal biases.
The new Binge series Strife is a fictionalised adaptation of Mia Freedman’s 2017 memoir.
New legislation will require smart TV manufacturers to ensure we can easily find local broadcasters when we turn on our TVs.
There’s still time to get up to date on your binge watching, so you can be ready if anyone at an end-of-year party asks if you’ve seen anything good lately.
The streaming platform has invested heavily in TV and films from Brazil, South Korea and France.
There are so many pointless references in this show that a lot of the meaning gets lost.
Studios say the number is unrealistic − that it amounts to actors not assuming any financial risk for content that flops. But actors simply want to adapt existing payout models to changing technology.
There’s less sex but more exploration as the Moordale crew embark on new adventures in the show’s last season.
Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece, the enormously successful Japanese manga and anime franchise, brings the series to a truly global audience.
The enjoyment of the show is not in working out who did it but in the eccentricities of the ever-turning plot.
Like other recent queer rom-coms that pitched to the mainstream, Red, White & Royal Blue explains gay contexts to non-queer audiences.
Terry Pratchett’s novels have been adapted for the screen 11 times now. Why are his novels so hard to get right?
Given the hypocritical and exploitative treatment of artists by entertainment industries, do we really have moral obligations to pay for streaming services?
These days people prefer to simply have access to goods and services, rather than outright owning them. But what does this mean for the future of consumerism?
The Hollywood actors’ strike is a watershed moment for the entertainment industry, marking a turning point for the future of labour in the arts.
Some of the ways that streaming has transformed the industry are jeopardizing actors’ livelihoods.