Just as lady luck seems to finally be shining on Bunchy, the other Donovan men are the verge of imploding.
Criterion releases, recent indie hits, and family-friendly fare.
Halfway through Ray Donovan’s New York adventure, Ray’s foray into the city’s political machine is becoming increasingly dangerous.
A melancholy episode in which two men say goodbye to their children also devotes some notable screen time to New York mayoral politics.
Would that it were so simple.
Terry finally gets an arc and Ray and Smitty bond over violence in a hyperactive but satisfying episode.
From Ferris Bueller to Widows.
Ray is back in action, Daryll learns a hard lesson, and Mickey’s on a mission, in a solid episode that gets the entire crew to New York City.
Catch all the old A Star Is Borns and more.
Ray gets to fixing in New York, while Daryll faces a life-threatening problem back in California.
From Buffy the Vampire Slayer to The X-Files.
Ray moves to New York, grows a beard, and finds even more trouble in the debut of the series’ sixth season.
The season concludes with a finale whose revelations are as complex and compelling as the setup that preceded it.
The season’s penultimate episode deepens the series’ mysteries and sets up a doozy of a finale.
David gets more deeply entangled in the conspiracies and power struggles as the list of suspects grows.
A shocking twist dramatically changes the series as it propels into the second half of its season.
David and Julia’s relationship grows more complicated as a domestic terror incident shakes up the country.
The BBC’s biggest hit, a story of a morally conflicted bodyguard and the hawkish home secretary he’s sworn to protect, comes to Netflix.
The Bent-Neck Lady is terrifying, but did you spot the dozens of other ghosts in Hill House?
Apostle, Gerald’s Game, and more.