What really struck me about Netflix this year was how often its releases genuinely surprised me.
The Handmaid’s Tale, Big Little Lies, and more.
No Jordan Peele or Julia Louis-Dreyfus? If you say so, Globes.
Game of Thrones, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Big Little Lies are safe bets.
Settle in for some sumptuous, instructive royal watching.
Big Little Lies was the most invigorating series I watched all year.
It was the first time a president has missed the occasion in 23 years.
A mystery-box show complete with secrets, twists, and enticing cliffhangers.
Finally, the tearjerker has gotten more authentically sad.
Amy Sherman-Palladino’s latest will feel familiar to Gilmore Girls fans.
It is our solemn duty to eat too much food, collapse onto a sofa, then binge-watch television in a tryptophan-induced haze.
In many ways, it’s like your grandfather’s Western. But it also speaks to your mom and your sister and your best girlfriend.
In American Horror Story, Search Party, and other projects, Manson is still a frightening cultural force.
The latest superhero show has potential as a high-school drama, but requires some patience.
It was a bold idea, but AHS: Cult didn’t tell us anything substantive about the Trump era.
By embracing over-the-top drama, they saved AHS: Cult from itself.
Sea Oak, starring Glenn Close, is the strongest out of the gate.
Black-ish, Alias Grace, and Big Mouth use the rite of passage as a gateway to female empowerment.
The Snow Ball kissing scene, the Upside Down cliffhanger, and what to expect in Stranger Things 3.
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