From Atlanta and Better Call Saul to Homecoming and Pose.
Headlined by a defiant tragicomedy about rap, robbery, and Teddy Perkins.
The adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s sci-fi horror novella only delivers in fits and starts.
Always hold on to your magic pencil, kids, and remember that mayonnaise is not an instrument.
Twenty years ago, David Chase’s HBO gangster thriller changed television forever.
The Bravo drama falls squarely into the “men are trash who might kill you” subgenre of true-crime potboiler.
Park Chan-wook’s adaptation of the John le Carré spy novel is a lavishly produced, intelligent, tasteful mixed bag.
Based on Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan books, HBO’s My Brilliant Friend is a late-breaking candidate for show of the year.
Even with stellar performances by Patricia Arquette and Benicio del Toro, this Showtime drama is longer than it needs to be.
An in-depth conversation, and video commentary track, on the show’s visual style, music, set design, and aesthetic blueprint.
As a defense of an accused man, “Bright and High Circle” fails as both a drama and a polemic.
Atlanta, Sharp Objects, Pose, Killing Eve, Better Call Saul, and more.
Both shows are fascinating, though each ends up being mainly about the void left by the loss of its star.
It’s emotional work to watch this sterling Facebook Watch series.
Shows like CXG rarely get onto mainstream TV, much less sustain their concept over the long haul.
It’s a charming stroll through the ruins of late capitalism that feels real and metaphorical at once.
Saul caps off its best season yet with a bruisingly sad finale.
Matthew Weiner’s first TV project since Mad Men is another portrait of white people in decline.
At its best, the Anthony Hopkins-led adaptation feels as current and as timeless as a nightmare.
The HBO documentary Jane Fonda in Five Acts reduces the Hollywood legend, even as it strives to exalt and empower her.