Some season 1 faces return & we get an idea of why the Child is such a highly coveted bounty.
Netflix serves up more sugary sweet but harmless fluff to kick off the holiday movie season.
Mando hooks up with more of his people, and we get wigs and jetpacks galore.
Season 2 continues to lay the groundwork for its broader story, as the show takes another detour to a snowy creature feature.
Maisie Williams is the primary reason to watch HBO Max’s black comedy series about a sheltered teen on a mission to avenge her father’s death.
Timothy Olyphant smolders his way to a top-tier guest spot on Disney+’s flagship space adventure series.
Darren Star’s latest series is a charming but forgettable comedy filled with gossamer delights.
FX’s new docuseries based on Errol Morris’ book is engaging at points but fails to fully defend its own point.
We sift through the sands of Arrakis to find the nuggets of spice in the trailer for Denis Villeneuve’s sprawling space epic Dune.
Robin Williams receives a heartfelt ode, wrapped in a PSA about the disease that led to his unique struggles.
Perry Mason’s season finale gives us the answers we need, but still feels a bit empty.
The former Great British Bake-Off hosts retool themselves as witty assassins in a cute, if scattershot, series of vignettes.
The show barrels toward its finale and finally starts to pick up steam, as Perry finds his lawyerly footing.
Perry Mason finally heads to the courtroom and starts picking up the pace.
Perry finally puts on his legal hat more than halfway through the season in another episode struggling through filler.
The first half of the first season comes with a reckoning for E.B. and Perry building a wild theory for the death of George Gannon.
Perry Mason crams a whole lot of story into Chapter Three, almost to its detriment.
HBO’s gritty new gumshoe is already being eclipsed by his more interesting supporting players in episode two.