With a game cast and a charming wink to sitcoms past, Marvel’s first Disney+ series is a new lease on life for the all-powerful studio.
HBO’s supernatural series is an ambitious, audacious reclamation of Black genre fiction.
The follow-up to ‘The Haunting of Hill House” packs a wallop; it’ll just take some time to get there.
The HBO fantasy series’ deeply unpopular ending ruined its long-term prospects by depleting its replay value and squandering years of goodwill.
The first socially-distant ceremony of the fall awards season wasn’t a disaster; the Oscars should take notes.
An exploration of two of animation’s greatest anti-heroes, and their similar evolutions.
Despite exceptional performances from Kerry Washington and Steven Pasquale, Netflix’s adaptation falls short of the original’s dizzying heights.
HBO’s highly-anticipated adaptation of the celebrated graphic novel gets off to a bizarre, fascinating start.
Jennifer Aniston’s TV comeback could be the saving grace of Apple’s fledgling streaming service.
A very great day for Thrones, a not-so-good day for Richard Madden and Christine Baranski.
The transformative anime series arrives on Netflix when its psychological themes are more vital than ever.
Probably not, but “On a Roll” is a frothy, fun bop.