By taking the right lessons from the apotheosis of small-town murder mysteries, the HBO series has distinguished itself beyond its central whodunit.
A rich, gorgeous, and astonishingly frightening anthology series.
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The Romanoffs’ first season concludes with an expansive episode that illustrates both the promise and peril of the series’ expansive scope.
A queasy excursion to a Russian orphanage, anchored by excellent performances from Kathryn Hahn and Jay R. Ferguson, makes for a season highlight.
A functionally small story about a Mexican muckraking reporter leads to an odd coda that doesn’t quite earn its surreal weirdness.
Diane Lane, Ron Livingston, and Andrew Rannells navigate a tricky story about false accusations and condemnation that ends up falling flat.
Amanda Peet and John Slattery co-star in the story of a woman who can’t settle down — and has a secret she doesn’t want to share.
The series takes a turn for the horrific in a self-reflexive episode set during the production of a TV show about the Romanoffs.
Jury duty and a strange cruise lead to some dark comedy as the anthology series starts to take shape in its second episode.
Matthew Weiner makes his return to TV with an anthology series following the descendants, real or otherwise, of Russia’s royal family.
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“It’s definitely an ‘all is lost’ moment.”
“It’s less that they’re the same person and more that they’re two of the ancient beings of Westeros.”
“In the end, it’s not a man’s world. It’s a woman’s world on the show.”
“Listen, I’d love to be like Davos. I aspire to be that man.”