Molly’s Game, Black Monday, and more.
Eighth Grade, Leave No Trace, and more.
It is out.
True Detective returns, this time with Mahershala Ali.
Lodge 49, Heathers, and Love, Gilda.
The Terminator will not be back.
Ant-Man, Marie Kondo, and more.
Catch Rogue One while you can.
A chaotic episode sends our four heroes in four different directions to try and solve the mystery of Gryphons and Gargoyles.
From The Prisoner to Homecoming.
Three seasons in, Matt Murdock still doesn’t seem to know who he is or what he wants Daredevil to be — and neither do we.
Matt & Co. help prepare Nadeem to testify in an episode that returns to some well-trod thematic material.
Wilson Fisk’s power grab is now complete.
In Daredevil, men do things and Karen Page pays for them.
Matt confronts a secret about his identity as Fisk tightens his grip.
Karen confronts Fisk and things do not go according to plan as Matt continues to brood.
There’s a moment in “Aftermath” that really messed me up.
Matt, Karen, and Foggy struggle to forgive and forget then a costumed character’s unexpected arrival complicates matter.
The focus shifts to a supporting player’s troubled history as Matt’s troubles intensify.
In a standout episode, Matt takes on prisoner after prisoner in the most ambitious fight scene yet seen in Marvel’s Netflix series.