K-Pop group BLACKPINK ignites fire and empowerment in their first studio album, “The Album,” released Oct. 2.
Millie Bobby Brown delivers an inspiring portrayal of Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister.
With a Netflix TV adaptation already in the works, the novel was named by the New York Times Book Review as one of the “Most Anticipated Books of 2020” after its initial English-language release was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Released Aug. 21, BTS’s “Dynamite” is the perfect summer bop. The ’70s-’80s disco-pop song has an infectious beat with inspired choreography that makes listeners immediately want to head to the dance floor.
The premiere establishes a grim yet intriguing mystery for the classic detective to solve, but ultimately the series lacks a fresh perspective to set it apart from other shows in the crime genre.
A salute to the intricate wonder, defeatism and complexity of self-contemplation, UMI’s “Introspection” crafts a beautifully cohesive collection of inner thoughts.
The premiere episode of “I May Destroy You” is the start of a poignant portrayal of the experience of a 24-year-old female writer living in London.
The show’s plot falls victim to its ornate presentation.
As exciting as it is when Lil Uzi Vert drops new music, his new single “Sasuke” falls short of expectations — if you even had enough time to conjure up any with the surprise release.
The 1975 is back, with its seventh single from the highly anticipated upcoming album, “Notes On A Conditional Form.”