Netflix cuts out all the really dirty jokes.
And it might kill the people who cover television.
The new Showtime series isn’t always consistent, but it’s effective satire.
Voters have gotten better about recognizing a wider swath of TV. But the tendency to repeat themselves still hasn’t died.
Yay Issa Rae and Zazie Beetz! Boo for not nominating The Good Place!
How long can it avoid the problems that plague The Walking Dead?
Big Little Lies was alluring, but Sharp Objects is intoxicating, thanks in large part to its direction and editing.
Atlanta, The Assassination of Gianni Versace, Killing Eve, and more.
Jerry Seinfeld brings his talk show to Netflix, but it feels out of sync with the cultural moment.
No other TV show is doing all the things that Jane the Virgin does, or doing them all so well.
It’s the rare performance that evolves episode by episode, and has to be seen in its entirety to be appreciated.
The ‘80s wrestling show gets more substantive without losing its sense of humor.
Yes, the new season aired in the U.K. back in 2012. Who cares? Just let its gentleness wash over you.
Walter, played by Bill Pullman, is the quintessential boring pushover who gets dumped, in this case by Meg Ryan. But Walter deserves better!
But the Fab Five are still fabulous and full of style tips.
TNT’s Florida noir comedy returns with Franka Potente as a self-proclaimed Russian Sheryl Sandberg.
The true-crime series landmark is fascinating, even as it raises questions that it never answers.
How TV shows and films are taking the “strong female protagonist” into new, blatantly feminine territory.
The AMC series is a refreshingly odd indictment of the fashion industry, abusive men, and … well, a bunch of other things.
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