With the colder weather slowly creeping away there’s only so much time left to binge-watch great movies and TV shows. Here are a few fan-favourites that are a must watch this spring.
Season 17 of Project Runway premiered on Bravo March 14th, with a brand new workroom and runway, 16 new designers work towards their dreams of being the next big thing in fashion. This season is sure to be as exciting as it is competitive, with Karlie Kloss joining the show as host and season 4 winner Christian Siriano coming back to serve as a mentor. Judges this season include veteran judge Nina Garcia, alongside new recruits Elaine Welteroth and Brandon Maxwell, who will see contestants through to the very end where one lucky winner will receive the show’s largest cash prize to date over a quarter million dollars. Be sure to tune in Thursday nights at 8/7 central on Bravo to catch all the excitement.
This Emmy-Award winning series is coming to its end with the final season currently airing on Crave. The series has followed Julia Louis-Dreyfus as she plays Vice-President Selina Meyer on her journey in the White House. The seven-episode season premiered on March 31st after previously being delayed after Julia revealed she had breast cancer in 2017. The Emmy-Award winning actress has said the filming of the final season has been emotional, even sharing a photo on Instagram of her smudged makeup while rehearsing the last episode of the series. You can watch the final season, or catch-up with the others, only on Crave.
Game of Thrones
One of the biggest shows in the world and the most popular series in HBO history is coming to an end this spring. Game of Thrones will be premiering its six-episode, final season on April 14 exclusively on Crave. The show has won several Emmy Awards including Outstanding Drama Series for the years 2015, 2016 and 2018. The final run is sure to have fans at the edge of their seats as they watch-through to see who will sit on the throne in the very end.
Tune in on Sunday, April 14th only on Crave for the premiere.
Anthropocene: The Human Epoch
This original Crave documentary sees award-winning photographer Edward Burtynsky and acclaimed filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier team up for their third collaboration. The documentary explores the current geological epoch in which humans are the primary cause of permanent planetary change and reveals through photographs how our mania for conquest truly defines our relationship to the Earth. The movie takes us through the damaging realities of humanities massive and destructive reengineering of the planet.
Viewers can catch the documentary on Crave for Earth Day.
The last documentary from late filmmaker and conservationist, Rob Stewart, is a thrilling expose on the illegal shark-fin industry and filled with inspiration to save the imperiled animal from the edge of extinction. This film is an updated expansion on his original documentary from 2006, Sharkwater, in which he did thorough first-person investigative work. Since the original release of Sharkwater, the film has helped garner awareness and has since been banned in most of the world. Despite the banning of the so-called sport, the world’s oldest and most important predator is still in danger due to legal loopholes and widespread corruption.
Fans can view the documentary exclusively on Crave this Earth Day, April 22.