A busy episode brings the gang back to where they began — sort of — in a last-ditch bid to change how modern humanity is judged.
Even in the Good Place — or at least its mail room — nothing’s as easy as it seems.
“Janet(s)” is a clear dividing line in the history of The Good Place.
A decade-by-decade look at how the yuletide fantasy of a star-studded holiday variety show survived an ever-changing TV landscape.
The director always asked himself the same question: “How can I make this interesting?”
The arrival of a pivotal character marks a standout episode that also features one of the most entertaining sequences of the entire series.
Just as the show seems to be edging further backward into familiar territory, it makes a welcome leap forward into the unpredictable.
A transatlantic pairing of family reunions retreads familiar ground, but unearths some genuinely moving moments in the process.
As CXG moves toward its grand finale, we’re bound to see more episodes like “I’m on My Own Path”.
We learn the secret of Donkey Doug in an episode that takes part of the gang to Florida while those left behind ponder breakup ethics.
A metaphysical revelation throws the group into an existential crisis (and for one, that means making weird chili).
A playful episode skips through time before ending on a cliffhanger that could, once again, change everything.
Trevor tries to sow discord and finds the show’s central foursome all-too-easy pickings.
Purple Rain, The Bodyguard, and more.
Season three kicks off by catching up with gang’s adventures back on Earth.
An up-and-down first season ends on a promising note.
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.