A Thanksgiving weekend special: Alan Tudyk ranks his top five droids of all time, Tim tracks down the cast of 'Roman J. Israel, Esq.' and Kerri shares her favorite Thanksgiving episodes with memorable sitcom families.
Amber Stevens West shares the goofy antics on the set of "Ghosted," Kerri heads to KNB EFX to try on alien prosthetics from "The Orville," and Tim breaks down what popular TV shows are ending their runs and what we can look forward to in 2018.
Paul Scheer lets us in on the secrets of 'The Disaster Artist' and shares his favorite awesomely bad movies. Plus, Kerri dives into the origins of cult midnight movies while Tim finds hidden connections among IMDb's Top 10 Stars of 2017.
Katee Sackhoff lets us in on what it's like to be a part of the 'Star Wars' universe and reveals the inspiration for her villainous character on "The Flash." Kerri and Tim get their Jedi on and learn what it takes to wield a lightsaber.
Writer Kay Cannon shares the real-life inspirations for your favorite 'Pitch Perfect' characters, you share your favorite female friendship movies, and Kerri uncovers the hidden connection between 'Juno' and 'Lady Bird.'
Actor Chris Sullivan gives "The IMDb Show" inside details about Season 2 of "This Is Us." Plus, Kerri takes a look at some of the most highly-anticipated TV shows of 2018, and we hit the red carpet to talk to Lena Waithe about her brand-new series, "The Chi."
IMDb fan favorite Ellen Page takes us into the terrifying zombie-filled world of 'The Cured,' we meet the new bachelorette on "UnREAL," and we show you the movies you think should have been nominated for Best Picture.
Olivia Cooke takes us behind the scenes of her new wickedly funny film 'Thoroughbreds' and hints at what's to come in 'Ready Player One.' The star-studded cast of 'A Wrinkle in Time' pick their most inspirational roles.
Patton Oswalt celebrates the awkwardness of high school in his new comedy "A.P. Bio." The cast of 'A Quiet Place' talks about surviving the apocalypse, and we quiz you on some of the greatest celebrity yearbook photos.
Lucy Hale embraces her inner scream queen in her new horror film 'Truth or Dare,' Bruce Campbell teaches us how to be a B-movie legend, and you share your favorite scary movie moments. CORRECTION: 'Overboard' comes out May 4th.
Norman Lear revolutionized the American sitcom with "All in the Family," "The Jeffersons," and other classics. Norman invites Kerri Doherty and "The IMDb Show" to his home to kick back and reflect on his amazing career.
Let's meet Carol Danvers, a.k.a. Captain Marvel, the first female lead in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. From her origin story that was first published in 1968 to the superpowers Brie Larson will wield in the March 2019 movie, we trace the history of Marvel's eponymous hero.