'Lorena' goes beyond tabloid trappings and to the heart of Bobbitt case

The Lorena Bobbitt story launched a thousand jokes, from late-night comedians to Howard Stern. The four-part documentary "Lorena," however, goes beyond the headlines about the woman who cut off her husband's penis, yielding a thoughtful, comprehensive look at domestic abuse and how the media covers high-profile stories.

Big-budget TV drama Das Boot expands the scope of the 80s film classic but is just as gripping as the original

... and the multilingual, multi-character series has been renewed for a second run before the first has even aired on Sky Atlantic

Back in 1981, an unlikely German-language movie surfaced to break all the rules. Das Boot, following the day-to-day routines of a Second World War U-boat, was then the most expensive feature film to come out of postwar Germany. And it’s now been adapted into one of the country’s most expensive television shows.

See Michael Cera, Awkwafina in Jordan Peele's YouTube anthology Weird City

Get ready to enter the bizarre world of Jordan Peele’s Weird City, as EW got the exclusive first trailer for the six-part YouTube Originals series from the Oscar and Emmy-winning creator on Wednesday.

Lorena Premieres on Friday, February 15 on Amazon Prime Video

The docuseries, re-examining Lorena Bobbitt’s infamous story, will have its world premiere on Tuesday, January 29 at The Sundance Film Festival

Amazon announced today that Lorena, a four-part Prime Original documentary series executive produced by Jordan Peele, will premiere on Friday, February 15, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video, following the world premiere at The Sundance Film Festival on Tuesday, January 29th.  

Please see the YouTube trailer link here: https://youtu.be/zgczWr9Vqm8