The smaller subplots make a bigger impact than the central story line as the season enters its endgame.
A bear and some imperiled tourists give the series one of its strangest episodes to date.
Politics take center stage as Jamie considers a run for office.
The series’ first season continues its wheel-spinning with an episode in which nothing much happens.
Taylor Sheridan’s modern western hits a dull patch in an episode with some surface pleasures but little in the way of plot.
Beth’s backstory gets fleshed out in an episode that fills in some of the Duttons’ past history.
A meandering episode that confirms Yellowstone’s central question: What does it mean to be a man?
Taylor Sheridan’s ambitious modern Western starring Kevin Costner kicks off with a sprawling, occasionally shocking, premiere.
And what Hollywood always gets wrong about the South.
What happened to Eleanor, Chidi, Tahani, and Jason?
In “Somewhere Else,” Michael proposes yet another afterlife innovation.
Do these people deserve an eternity of torture just for being selfish, vain, indecisive, and Jason?
“Rhonda, Diana, Jake, and Trent” is an action-packed and riotously funny episode.
The Good Place loaded up the episode with a hot-air balloon, a wicked witch, and even a bit of Dr. Oz.
“Best Self” is far from the flashiest Good Place episode, but it’s one of the most poignant.
“Best Self” is a poignant and poetic episode.
No torture in the Bad Place is as diabolical as Michael’s comedy roast.
Michael and Eleanor are slowly learning that it’s not easy not being mean.
A well-earned spotlight on D’Arcy Carden’s terrific performance.
Chidi, Eleanor, and Michael face off against the trolley problem.
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