After dropping out of Stanford's School of Engineering, Elizabeth Holmes founded Theranos, a biotechnology company claiming to have developed methods to test blood with just a finger prick. In 2015, her company was worth $9 billion, making her the youngest self-made female billionaire in America, but was accused of fraud just a year later. In The Dropout, Amanda Seyfried portrays the rise and fall of the disgraced CEO and her now-defunct company. The miniseries will stream on Hulu on March 3, 2022.
Ptolemy Grey is a forgotten man — from his family to his friends, and even himself. Struggling with dementia, Ptolemy is being cared for by an orphaned teen when they learn of a treatment that could bring back Ptolemy's memory for a short time. With his returning memories, Ptolemy sets out to find the truth about a shocking event in his past before time runs out. Starring Samuel L. Jackson, The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey comes to Apple TV+ March 11, 2022.
Kanye West has become larger than music, fashion, or even fame itself over the last two decades. From a meteoric career in music to fashion to one of the highest-profile celebrity marriages ever; through struggles with mental illness and calling the President of the United States out by name in a charity commercial, divorce, and religion, there's hardly a turn his life hasn't taken. Nothing less than a three-part documentary series could describe it. Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy comes to Netflix on February 16, 2022.
Don't ever beat them at their own game. That's the lesson in Gamestop: Rise of the Players, a documentary that chronicles a bizarre episode of financial history wherein the internet hive mind out-played Wall Street at its own game — and Wall Street got mad about it. The feature-length doc is out now in theaters and on-demand.
Kogonada follows up his directorial debut with After Yang. The story takes place in a world where families purchase robotic companions for their children. After one malfunctions, Colin Farrell searches for a way to revive his daughter's android. Also starring Jodie Turner-Smith, the film will premiere in theaters and stream on Showtime on March 4, 2022.
After nearly 50 years, the legend of Leatherface continues with the franchise's ninth installment. Penned by the Evil Dead duo Fede Álvarez and Rodo Sayagues, the film catches up with the notorious chainsaw-wielding mass murderer in the present, while original survivor Sally Hardesty returns for revenge. Texas Chainsaw Massacre will begin streaming on Netflix on February 18, 2022.