The JFK assassination plot, a homicidal Eiffel Tower, an alien space prison, a whole bunch of new villains, and much more.
“I looked at the comics before I was officially cast, and I was like, Oh, my God, this guy is a human head on a gorilla body.”
It’s the end of the world as we know it, and Vanya feels fine.
As the Vanya situation comes to a head, there are no good answers — and it’s about to get a lot worse.
With Vanya spiraling out of control, an inevitable family confrontation ends in tragedy.
In a wheel-spinning episode, what should be the season’s emotional high point ends up being a variation on the same stuff we already know.
With the Doomsday Clock ticking, love is in the air — until it’s not.
For all the superpowers we’ve seen members of the Umbrella Academy demonstrate, we’ve never seen anyone quite like the Handler.
Klaus the cockroach lives another day — but at what cost?
After a couple of plot-heavy introductory episodes, the series pumps the brakes to explore the consequences of a superpowered childhood.
The show stumbles in its premature eagerness to flesh out other corners of its universe, but at least makes compelling strides in its central mystery.
Netflix’s adaptation of the Gerard Way comic book rips through the standard origin-story stuff in a stylish, kinetic premiere.
A drug-trip episode sidesteps self-indulgence with eye-popping visual design and some poignant little character beats.
The series does its obligatory riff on The Breakfast Club, then promptly blows it up.
The series zooms out from its focus on Marcus to tell stories about other King’s Dominion residents, and is stronger for it.
A frustrating sophomore episode centers on yet another high-school movie cliché: the crazy house party.
The series introduces its nasty twist on the familiar “chosen one” fantasy via a series of familiar new-kid-in-school tropes.
Charlie has a role to play, but her ending has already been written.
Over the course of her time undercover, Charlie has wisely learned to be paranoid.
As Charlie embarks on the next and most difficult part of her mission, Becker starts to let his guard down … maybe.