Apart from a potentially star-making turn by Jordan Alexander, your time on HBO Max is better spent bingeing the original rich teen soap.
The follow-up to ‘The Haunting of Hill House” packs a wallop; it’ll just take some time to get there.
COVID-19 has created the largest captive audience in modern history; movie studios shouldn’t squander it.
The HBO fantasy series’ deeply unpopular ending ruined its long-term prospects by depleting its replay value and squandering years of goodwill.
Jennifer Aniston’s TV comeback could be the saving grace of Apple’s fledgling streaming service.
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.
If you want to watch Renée Zellweger embarrass the rest of the cast for ten episodes, this is the show for you.
A massive hit across the pond, the political mini-series, helmed by a brilliant Richard Madden, will land well stateside.
The Crain kids are certainly not alright in Netflix’s new horror series.
John Krasinski is wasted in this watchable but underwhelming origin story.