12:14 AM EDT 09/28/2016
Originally posted 09/27/2016 11:45AM
Justin Timberlake + the Tennessee Kids is almost here!
Originally posted 09/27/2016 07:00AM
[YOUTUBE "JWtnJjn6ng0"] Royal fans, clear your schedules for Nov. 4.
Why? That's the date Netflix's new historically-inspired, royally-inclined show, The Crown drops online.
Though the next five weeks might be agonizing to wait through, PEOPLE can exclusively reveal a taste of the show in its first official trailer.
The series follows Queen Elizabeth II's – played by Claire Foy – last years as a princess and her first years on the throne, including her wedding and the beginning of her marriage to Prince Philip (Doctor Who's Matt Smith) and her relationship with Prime Minister Winston Churchill – played by John Lithgow.
Netflix's Audrie & Daisy Tackles Sexual Assault – and Surviving Assault – in the Age of Social Media
Originally posted 09/23/2016 11:55AM
After a film festival screening earlier this year of Netflix's new documentary Audrie & Daisy, its star, Daisy Coleman, learned just how much it resonates with teenagers.
Originally posted 09/20/2016 01:55PM
As it turns out, the Demogorgon isn't portrayed by CGI – he's played by a real man in a physical costume named Mark Steger.
"He was amazing!" star Millie Bobby Brown, 12, tells PEOPLE exclusively of the actor. "He was so great. He was this tall guy – I mean, his body movement is amazing."
Originally posted 09/14/2016 10:45AM
[YOUTUBE "3bREysjf7nA"] Like many of us, Stephen Colbert wants to be in Millie Bobby Brown's squad – but he has to take the test!
On Tuesday, the young star stopped by The Late Show to talk all things Stranger Things and dished on her tight-knit squad and even taught Colbert a thing or two about millennial slang.
"I didn't know what [squad] means, and then I'm friends with Maddie Ziegler," she started gushing, "I know, that was a big change in my life."
Originally posted 09/12/2016 03:20PM
"Maybe because the holidays …," muses Alexis Bledel. "The holidays are a good time to pick up with this family story because families usually come together around that time."
Lauren Graham thinks it may have to do with songstress Carole King, who performed the original series' theme song, "Where You Lead" (and is set to reprise her role as Sophia Bloom in the revival).
Stranger Things' Gaten Matarazzo: Overnight Fame Hasn't Saved Him from Cleaning Out the Cat's Litter
Originally posted 09/09/2016 03:15PM
The cast of the hit Netflix series stopped by PEOPLE Now to discuss all things season 2 and dish on how their families keep them grounded now that they're celebrities.
"My cousins are actually like, 'Hey, superstar!' And [now] my sister is like, 'Hey, superstar!' " admitted Caleb McLaughlin. "I'm like, 'I'm not a superstar, I'm still your brother. And I'm still your cousin.' But they are proud of me at the same time, I don't feel any jealously. They've been supportive of me when I went out to film Stranger Things."
Originally posted 09/07/2016 12:35PM
Barb has returned from the Upside Down with baked goods in tow.
Originally posted 09/06/2016 12:50PM
The cast of the hit Netflix series stopped by PEOPLE Now to discuss all things season 2 and what they think the new teaser trailer's 9 episode titles mean.
"Charlize Theron!" Millie Bobby Brown quickly shouted.
Originally posted 08/31/2016 05:20PM
PEOPLE has an exclusive video of the two young stars testing their '80s knowledge (or lack thereof) with former Glee star Darren Criss, 29, and as expected, they don't ... know much.
From Swatch watches and a crimping iron to Christie Brinkley and Bo Derek, the tweens have to take a few passes before they hit their stride during a game of Heads Up!
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