The ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel carries the weight of the franchise’s future well in its premiere episode. Continue reading The ‘House of the Dragon’ Premiere is a Strong Palate Cleanser
Neil Gaiman’s influential comic book series comes to thrilling, emotionally rich life on the small screen. Continue reading Dreams Come True in Netflix’s Stunning, Complex Series ‘The Sandman’
Jeremy Allen White shines in this searing black comedy about a kitchen on the verge of chaos. Continue reading Toxic Work is on the Menu in the Delicious, Brutal Series ‘The Bear’
Netflix is embarking on another ‘Death Note’ project, even though Hollywood has proven they can’t get anime right. Is it time to let it go? Continue reading Why Can’t Hollywood Leave Anime Alone?
Antony Starr’s unsettling, riveting performance in “Herogasm” is one of the best across all of television this year. Continue reading Antony Starr in ‘The Boys’ is a Masterclass in Psychological Torment
With “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” sung in tribute to President Kennedy, Judy Garland was anything and everything we needed from her, until she couldn’t be. Continue reading Performances That Pop: “Battle Hymn of the Republic” by Judy Garland (1963)
This year is the final chance for Mandy Moore – and This Is Us – to take home an Emmy. Here’s why she should. Continue reading Why Mandy Moore Should Win the Emmy for ‘This is Us’
Hulu’s latest Sally Rooney adaptation is a dull and disengaged survey of messy relationships. Continue reading Hulu’s ‘Conversations with Friends’ is Stuck in its Own Head