The Aidy Bryant-starring dramedy gets a fitting sendoff, exploring the messiness of your thirties with bittersweet aplomb.
Coppola brings noir style and gorgeously grody design to his John Grisham adaptation.
The Handmaid’s Tale’s relentless violence overshadows everything else in the show.
Ken Burns and Lynn Novick spend six enlightening hours interrogating the author’s famous machismo, his works, and his legacy.
Two of our writers discuss the highs and lows of the second season of the Drag Race spinoff, and how it might be better than the original.
The latest Obama-produced series for Netflix is a stone-cold adorable mix of Sesame Street and Salt Fat Acid Heat.
Jared Hess directs an uneven documentary on forgeries & a gruesome series of bombings committed within the Mormon community.
Netflix’s adaptation of the bestselling psychological thriller starts out on steady footing, but quickly loses its way.
Kourosh Ahari’s psychological thriller mines anxieties of Iranian-Americans living in the States for bone-chilling effect.
Simon Stone crafts an exquisite drama about the importance of history on our personal and societal stories, anchored by beautiful turns from Carey Mulligan and Ralph Fiennes.
Shonda Rhimes’ latest series is a delightful romp filled with diverse characters (and casting), and more bodice-ripping intrigue than you can shake a corset at.
From BoJack to What We Do in the Shadows, we break down the TV that got us through a hellish year.
CBS All Access’ all-star miniseries adaptation of the timely Stephen King novel bogs itself down in a helter-skelter structure and an acute lack of stakes.
HBO Max’s latest docuseries about cults explores the people left behind by the infamous Jonestown mass suicide.
Kaley Cuoco impresses as the flawed, complicated title role in HBO Max’s dark and witty comedy.
The Netflix period drama returns for a fourth season full of typically stellar performances and unflinching storytelling.
Try as it might, FX’s new series can’t quite thread the needle between manipulation and a quirky love […]
Robert Zemeckis’ new Roald Dahl adaptation is too grim for kids and too tame for parents, despite some solid performances.