Netflix

  • Cheerleading
    Life

    Netflix’s Cheer is a celebratory depiction of strong women – and we’re obsessed

  • Star of Booksmart and Unbelievable, Kaitlyn Dever
    People

    Kaitlyn Dever talks diversity, and her hilarious run-in with Tom Hanks

  • Taylor Swift
    Life

    Netflix’s Taylor Swift documentary is coming sooner than we expected

Latest Stories

Tan France and Alexa Chung launch new Netflix show
Fashion

Next In Fashion: the new trailer to Alexa Chung and Tan France’s fashion series is here

Expect tears, tantrums and TV gold.

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Billie Bhatia
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Life

Are you brave enough to watch Netflix’s new horror series?

Locke & Key has a new trailer, and it looks absolutely terrifying.

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Jessica Rapana
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Gillian Anderson on the red carpet for Sex Education season two
People

Gillian Anderson just explained why our relationship needs should be “non-negotiable”

The actor and activist spoke ahead of the release of Sex Education season two.

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Lauren Geall
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Life

Don’t F**k With Cats: the real problem with the true crime series that everyone is talking about

The new Netflix documentary will make you question your own behaviour.

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Alicia Lutes
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Hannah-Rose Yee
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The most terrifying horror movies coming to cinemas in 2020

Are you brave enough to watch any of these films?

Life

Everything you need to know about Gwyneth Paltrow’s The Goop Lab

There are orgasms, exorcism and psychedelics.

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Jessica Rapana
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Actress Emma Mackey for Stylist
People

Sex Education’s Emma Mackey talks real-world sex, consent and Prince Andrew

“Men like him are part of a generation who have inherited archaic ways of being and thinking… but that’s not an excuse anymore.”

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Meena Alexander
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Lauren Graham attends the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 05, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
People

Lauren Graham – aka Lorelai Gilmore – on finding love with her co-star

The Gilmore Girls actor, who walked the red carpet with her partner, says it was their love of reading that brought them together.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Life

Women of Twitter brilliantly roast The Witcher critic who says “no woman can fight with swords”

"She's a man. She's gross. She swaggers around and she rips into the meat and tears it with her teeth and curses people."

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Megan Murray
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Laura Dern Golden Globes
People

Laura Dern’s backstage speech on why “relationship endings are not failures” is so refreshing

She picked up an award for her role in Marriage Story.

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Hollie Richardson
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People

Olivia Colman just gave the most brilliantly British Golden Globes acceptance speech

She joked about being boozy, spying on her fellow nominees and celebrating co-star Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag win.

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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Lauren Geall
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6 of the Netflix Original films we’re most excited for in 2020

From a documentary produced by the Obama’s to a Eurovision film, here’s our must-watch list for the coming year.

Life

Opportunist or groupie: what kind of Netflix binger are you?

Find out what your TV habits reveal about your personality.

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Anna Brech
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Life

What that twisted cliffhanger in the You season 2 finale means for the future

Oh boy, this is not going to end well.

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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Life

Is season 2 of Netflix’s You as thoroughly addictive as the first?

Penn Badgley’s terrifying Joe Goldberg is back with a vengeance. Will you be binge-watching?

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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Long Reads

YOU author Caroline Kepnes has an important message for anyone who’s fallen for Joe

“If Joe were a woman, do you think men would be grappling with their feelings?”

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Sarah Biddlecombe
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Life

Virgin River is the feel-good holiday watch you didn’t know you needed

All I want for Christmas is Season 2

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Jessica Rapana
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Love actually
Life

We need to talk about toxic romantic comedies, and let’s start with Love Actually

Stalking, catfishing and not understanding that no means no: these are the movies that prove problematic upon second viewing.

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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Stylist Team
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The best box sets ever, for when you need a Christmas holiday binge-watch

Strong female leads, complete series, all available at your fingertips. Time to get watching.

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby is on Netflix now
Christmas

Is Netflix’s A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby bad, or so bad it’s good?

The third in the streaming platforms festive royal romances is here. Have you watched it yet?

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Grace Allen
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