Based on a true story, HBO Asia's latest original series features a teenage girl who was "chosen" to work in a temple and help people with their daily worries, but who ends up with no time to deal with her own studies.
Climate change is one of the main characters in the new season of "Deadliest Catch," with the crab fishermen in one of Discovery's most enduring and popular shows forced to deal with a sudden warming of the Bering Sea that chases their prey into deeper, more dangerous water.
A museum is asking fans of Jim Henson's Muppets to help pay for an exhibition featuring original puppets of beloved characters like Elmo, Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog.
The Smurfs are feeling a little blue this weekend.
J.K. Rowling's boy wizard bewitched the page and the screen, and stage sequel "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" cast its spell at British theater's Olivier Awards on Sunday.
US cable network Showtime said on Sunday it is to release "Risk," a documentary from Oscar-winning filmmaker Laura Poitras about controversial WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Kim Wexler may be the most quietly complicated character on TV.
In what has already been nicknamed "the O.J. rule," the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences on Friday declared documentary series ineligible for the Academy Awards.
Rupert Sanders' remake of Mamoru Oshii's 1995 influential anime classic, from Masamune Shirow's Japanese manga comics, is a dazzling dystopia. Yet like its sleek, cybernetic protagonist, it's haunted by a fundamental defect -- a bug in the system -- that can't be dispelled, that doesn't pass, despite the considerable cyberpunk splendor of Sanders' eye-popping visual feast. It's the rare movie to earn its "Blade Runner" comparisons. But it also earns its controversy.
Some of the best animated films have been inspired by fairy tales, ancient Greek fables or mythology. Now comes one clearly inspired by, of all people, David Mamet. The creators of "The Boss Baby" have obviously been mining the playwright's gritty, foul-mouthed "Glengarry Glen Ross" to build the title character, a ruthless, capitalist-minded newborn with pupils the size of saucers who insists that "Cookies are for closers."