Netflix’s latest is a charming, if tonally confused, young adult series about a mother-daughter duo starting over.
Amazon Prime’s latest series tries for gritty crime thriller, but ends up in unintentional camp territory.
Philip Koch’s post-apocalyptic series gives us teens, tropes, and teases galore, finding glimmers of potential even as it hews creakily to formula.
Russell T. Davies’ miniseries that almost wasn’t is a harrowing and effective look at the joy and pain of coming of age in 1980s London.
Despite the magnetism of its star/subject, Young Rock ends up little more than a sweet lesson of the week half hour.
Netflix’s adaptation of the bestselling psychological thriller starts out on steady footing, but quickly loses its way.
Starz’s sweeping historical drama is a treat for the eyes, but doesn’t have much going on beyond that.
Fans of Amazon’s premiere science-fiction series would do well to spend their time between seasons catching up on its anime forebears.
The fifth season of The Expanse ends on a more muted note, giving beloved characters rushed-by-real-life exits and setting up bigger stakes for the end.
Maggie Friedman’s adaptation of the Kristin Hannah novel wastes two charming performances by Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke.
Tobias Lindholm’s dramatization of the hunt for journalist Kim Wall’s murderer is bleak and thoughtful television.
Mahalia Bello’s study of the end of slavery in Jamaica, “The Long Song” is incisive, insightful and prioritizes the humanity of the enslaved.
The pop singer’s celebrity chef cooking show is surprisingly down to earth and accessible.
This documentary series gives short thrift to its adolescent athletes, much to its own detriment.
Naomi goes out of the frying pan and into the fire, as the occupants of Earth and the Rocinante face hard choices about how to strike back at Marco Inaros.
A quirky documentary series starring an indie Renaissance man might be just the thing to get you through these troubling times.
Hulu’s latest prestige series looks good and features a powerful performance by its leading man, but isn’t anything we haven’t seen before.
We talk with the series co-creator, writer and director about finding the balance between darkness and comedy.