The Netflix series is like an edgier Malcolm in the Middle, mixing shenanigans with melodrama.
What’s hiding behind the professional victimology of Ricky Gervais?
ABC’s new crime procedural deserves credit for having the courage of its own ridiculousness.
The series, starring Alan Cumming, is otherwise standard-issue CBS.
It gets much closer to realistic trauma than other superhero stories.
The new CW dramedy starring Lucy Hale follows a woman whose terminal cancer is suddenly cured.
Like Fred Rogers himself, this PBS special speaks to the deepest part of us.
Hulu’s sci-fi-flavored cop thriller squanders one of the most audacious hooks I’ve ever seen.
A candid Netflix docuseries about the crises in Flint, Michigan.
The Hulu miniseries is frustratingly not-quite-there account of the run-up to the 9/11 attacks.
It’s always thinking simultaneously about the visceral pleasures it’s providing and the thoughts it’s planting in our heads.
The BBC series is more generic than it needed to be to stand out in a medium that already has more violent antiheroes than it can handle.
This is the rare Netflix show that justifies its running time.
I honestly have no idea what this show will do next.
Atlanta Robbin’ Season is the warped reflection that an absurd country deserves.
Ten years after his last stand-up special, the comedy legend is in fine form for Chris Rock: Tamborine.
This show could be one of the all-time Star Trek greats.
NBC’s coverage of the Pyeongchang Games opening ceremony was marked by intelligence and restraint.
This Netflix documentary series is illuminating, entertaining, and it will definitely piss you off.
If it can revive outrage about the massacre, it will have performed a valuable public service.
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