Jane the Virgin, The Americans, The Bachelor, and Star Trek: Discovery surprised us all, even detectives on the internet. Spoilers ahead!
The Freeform series balances melodrama with stories about workplace politics and journalistic ethics.
Think Homeland with a touch of Tom Clancy.
This queer musical-dance series is unprecedented on TV.
Atlanta, The Assassination of Gianni Versace, Killing Eve, and more.
“START” is one of the best TV finales in years.
“When you write for television, you really are writing as a group.”
The Ava DuVernay series never sacrifices emotional realism for the pop of a soap-opera twist.
It’s the sapphic, David Lynch-influenced mystery-thriller that you didn’t know you needed.
All these years later, what does Tommy’s snow globe mean?
It’s impossible to watch Arrested Development or Transparent without thinking of the horrible allegations made by his co-stars.
Wolfe made his reputation explaining the young to the old and the cool to the square. But time caught up with him eventually.
And why he wants to play with timelines in future seasons.
It speaks directly to the persistent cultural conditions that made Trump possible.
It’s one of the first sitcoms since Horgan’s Amazon dazzler Catastrophe to make me slightly injure myself while laughing.
The explosive physicality of Wong’s delivery is what gives this special most of its power.
It’s done this by embracing the drama’s essentially rhetorical nature.
In his new Netflix special, John Mulaney riffs on age, mortality, and physical decline.
Atlanta’s miraculous second season gives you what you didn’t know you wanted.
A case of ‘synchronous’ admiration with Anthony Hopkins led to his surprise Westworld cameo.
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