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.
There’s a lot to like in Amazon’s new animated series, but the R-rated superhero antics have a tough time translating from page to screen.
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.
Netflix’s smash hit competitive baking show returns with some pandemic-related changes, but the same joyful silliness.
It remains to be seen if Marvel’s latest TV spinoff can capture audiences’ attention as well as its predecessor.
Co-created by a father and daughter duo, the new series on HBO Max starts on shaky ground, but shows promise.
Good Girls digs deeper into the grind of a life of crime but loses a bit of its spark in the process.
The end (for now) of Wanda and Vision’s story reflects our own feelings of joy stolen and abundant pain the previous year has wrought.
An anime spinoff of the cult hit will satisfy all your robot v. kaiju fighting needs.
Though the episodes can get samey, Last Chance U: Basketball works well enough to charm even basketball novices.