Lisa Lewis

About the author

Lisa Lewis is an Entertainment and Culture writer focusing on the intersection of storytelling and technology. Her work has been described by Time Out New York as “wised-up and whip-smart.” Lisa got her start in Film and TV while attending NYU, and living next to the Two Boots Pioneer Theater where she consumed more pizza and movies than she thought possible. Her entertainment work spans journalism, story development at New Line Cinema and Tribeca Films, and as a Creative Director of Copy and Content for Broadway shows including Hamilton.

The Best True Crime Series To Binge When You’re in a Whodunit Mood

Armchair detectives, this one's for you! If you love winding through unsolved mysteries, cold cases and warm clues, here's a roundup of the top offerings to satisfy your true crime cravings.Provocative investigations“The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst”This six-part documentary explores the strange world of real estate

The Best Female-Driven Action Films That Will Get Your Heart Pounding

Movies are evolving, and over the last decade, many fearless women have picked up a sword (or lightsaber), strapped on a weapon and conquered the box office, proving that female-driven action flicks are just what audiences want to watch. From superpowered heroes to sharp-tongued assassins, these ladies show their

20 of the Best Movies To Watch This Father’s Day

Every Dad is special, and so are the movies about them. So whether yours is Dad, Daddy, Pop, Pop-Pop or Gramps, there’s a great movie to celebrate this important man in your life.The comedies“Coming 2 America”The sequel to Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall’s hilarious 1988 comedy tells a story of

How To Be a Royal Watcher

If you’re one of the 17.1 million viewers who tuned in to watch Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s epic interview with Oprah Winfrey, then you’re probably caught up on Netflix’s Golden Globe–winning hit "The Crown." Whether you like Windsor Family history, soapy fictions or gorgeous period dramas, here's a

A Super-Powered Sisterhood Takes London By Storm in HBO’s Epic New Series “The Nevers”

A cadre of corset-wearing Victorian-age superwomen have come to HBO in the new sci-fi drama "The Nevers." A blend of period drama, escapist fantasy and comic book heroics, the series brings a sly feminist touch to the superhero genre.The story picks up in London circa 1896 after a mysterious

Cutting the Cord Can Get You More of What You Want to Watch. Here’s How.

When you cut the cable cord, suddenly you, not your provider, are the programming planner. With the freedom to choose your own TV channels and networks without being tied to a set package, it can get a little overwhelming. But it’s easier than you think to create your perfect

Where To Stream the 2021 Best Picture Oscar Nominees

The nominees for the 93rd Academy Awards cover an exciting and diverse swath of talent and storytelling. Luckily, most are currently available to view from the comfort of your couch. So grab your Oscar ballots and stream this year’s contenders. And don’t miss the Oscars ceremony airing on ABC

Bryan Cranston and the Characters We Hate to Love

Bryan Cranston broke big with "Breaking Bad." His icon-making depiction of Walter White, a meek family man and chemistry teacher whose descent (or some might call it rise?) to meth-dealing criminal mastermind made Cranston a household name and Walter White one of TV’s most beloved antiheroes. (If you aren't

New On HBO Max This Spring

HBO Max is heating up screens this spring with a hot slate of original series, a long-awaited DC flick and buzzy documentaries.The HBO Max app allows you to stream all of HBO’s offerings plus original programming, more blockbuster films and classic TV. (And to help keep the peace over