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.
This Netflix show doesn’t have nearly enough self-awareness to handle such serious issues.
The CBS reboot’s pilot captures most of what made the original great.
The Facebook Watch drama is meticulously observed and often cathartic.
Will The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel dominate the night?
Who will come out on top between The Americans, Game of Thrones, and The Handmaid’s Tale?
The Hulu series is an intimate story about astronauts and their families struggling through the messy business of living.
The BoJack-centric storylines are terrific, and the stand-alone episodes about other characters are even better.
Can American Crime Story sweep its nominated categories?
The HBO drama jumps ahead to an era of glitter balls, platform shoes, cocaine, and the open sale of sex.
It’s an improvement in the way that stubbing your toe is an improvement over jamming your finger.