In this middle-grade novel, a girl and her family get caught up in the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl.
An art expert and a thief travel the world to solve an ancient mystery
A podcaster finds a new calling when he gets a friend request from God.
A streaming documentary profiles eight undocumented families affected by deportation.
A weekly drama, where a skeptic partners with a believer to investigate the supernatural.
No Season 3 slump for the strange residents of Hawkins, Ind.
Filmmaker Martin Scorsese looks back at Bob Dylan’s 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue tour
A sweet new sitcom follows a fish-out-of-water city couple as they move to Nebraska to farm.
A six-episode series satirizes the end times as an angel and demon team up to stop the apocalypse.
Canadians engage in a week of lively national literary debate hosted by the CBC.
A six-hour miniseries details the lives, loves, and losses of a riveting cast of iconic characters.
Oscar-winning short documentary details how women in India are fighting stigma attached to menstruation.
Twenty-five years after the Rwandan genocide, a Netflix series explores its painful legacy.
For those who like a comedy that makes them think—and possibly cry—as much as it makes them laugh, the Canadian show Kim’s Convenience fits the bill.
Kondo addresses something that Christians living in North American abundance sometimes fail to consider—the things we own have an emotional and spiritual weight.
We asked our reviewers to offer their five favorite titles of 2018 in a number of categories.
Invest in beauty—the beauty of a home that has Christ in the open kitchen plan or the tiny galley kitchen.
As Homecoming leads viewers through the puzzle of its storyline, it raises thoughtful questions.
The Good Place is one of the most intellectually ambitious things I’ve ever seen on network TV.
The animated show based on the best-selling book series will premiere its second season on June 26.
The United States puts a different spin on Canada’s annual battle of the books.
Come Sunday is a new Netflix movie based on the experience of pastor Carlton Pearson, a rising star until he came to the conclusion that hell does not exist.
Living Biblically is a new half-hour comedy based on A. J. Jacob’s best-selling 2007 book The Year of Living Biblically.
- We asked our reviewers to offer the top five titles they enjoyed most in 2017 in a number of categories.