Michael Schur co-creates another sitcom that tempers complicated issues with humor.
LeSean Thomas’ historical fantasy anime is aurally and visually beautiful and possesses a boatload of cool fights, but its macro-scale story is vexingly overstuffed.
The sophomore season of Netflix’s reality/game show adds more intrigue & double dealing to the mix.
While undoubtedly well-meaning, the feel-good documentary about the singer’s efforts to “save” an elephant ignore an ugly truth.
Despite a complex, engaging performance from Kate Winslet, the HBO Max limited series about yet another murder in yet another small town doesn’t try anything new.
The composer returns to talk about returning to the Marvel Universe and expanding on his themes for the latest Disney+ series.
The AMC+ drama brings class & style, but nothing else new or interesting in the genre.
The Disney+ original has tired jokes and an even more forgettable performance from John Stamos.
The final season of Darren Star’s series overcomes cast departures and some shoddy subplots to still end on an appealing high note.
HBO’s steampunk fantasy series has more kickass/traumatized women, X-Men superpowers, and inane banter than you can shake a Reaver at.
Ken Burns and Lynn Novick spend six enlightening hours interrogating the author’s famous machismo, his works, and his legacy.
Raoul Peck’s latest project is a dizzying, informative, frequently overwhelming rejoinder to the history of white supremacy and imperialism.
The composer talks about the complexities of thriller scoring and the elusive, ’70s-tinged score for Netflix’s latest true crime docudrama.
Netflix’s unique docuseries focuses on the role of clothing in memories and personal anecdotes.
On the eve of yet another L&O spinoff, one of our writers pays tribute to the smoldering efficiency of Detective Stabler.
Matthew Perniciaro’s docuseries recounts the murder of Michael Jordan’s father James, and asks whether or not the wrong man is in jail for it.
The veteran composer talks to us about his continuing the legacy of John Williams’ scores for Star Wars for The Clone Wars’ final season.
Disney+ gives the kid’s hockey-team comedy series the Cobra Kai treatment, to heartwarming and rewarding results.