Maya Rudolph narrates a dizzying, nostalgic trip around the world to the cuisines we all miss right now.
Rob Ford & Maurice Holden’s new documentary series doesn’t go deep enough to do its rich story justice.
John C. Reilly, Fred Armisen, and Tim Heidecker don spacesuits and cosplay astronauts in this droll charmer.
The tent gets retro, with ’80s-inspired quiches and cakes and surprising eliminations abound.
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.
The Discovery crew recenters itself in this new future, and Adira connects to her new self and her lost love.
Netflix’s Spanish-language miniseries traffics in gorgeous costumes and delectable intrigue, but does so at the expense of its queer characters.
Timothy Olyphant smolders his way to a top-tier guest spot on Disney+’s flagship space adventure series.
The bakers try their hand at an array of questionably-provenanced Japanese dishes.
The LA-based musician reminisces on his work on the idiosyncratic AMC dramedy, and how its psychedelic sounds reflect on his new solo work.
Burnham and company adjust to Earth and the Federation’s changes over the years, coping with the concept of home in the process.
Though it loses its steam in the second half, Shudder’s adaptation of Stephen King & Joe Hill stories is perfect holiday viewing.
Pastry Week proves that, for England’s best amateur bakers, crimpin’ ain’t easy.
We learn more about the far-flung future of the show’s new setting, as the Discovery crew adjust to their new surroundings.
David E. Kelley’s latest for HBO features Nicole Kidman in another excellent turn as a therapist who’s pulled into a murder investigation.
Fates are sealed & futures are secured in a talk-heavy but satisfying conclusion.
Trek’s flagship series takes a dramatic leap forward, stumbling toward its true potential.