HBO’s latest documentary follows journalists around the country examining how small towns are adapting to a changing world.
HBO’s steampunk fantasy series has more kickass/traumatized women, X-Men superpowers, and inane banter than you can shake a Reaver at.
Raoul Peck’s latest project is a dizzying, informative, frequently overwhelming rejoinder to the history of white supremacy and imperialism.
Tobias Lindholm’s dramatization of the hunt for journalist Kim Wall’s murderer is bleak and thoughtful television.
Nick Bilton’s documentary-slash-zoomer ethnography investigates whether you can game your way to social media fame.
HBO’s documentary of golf great Tiger Woods suffers from a lack of participation from its subject, even as it charts his complicated home life and many personal scandals.
Frank Marshall directs a moving documentary about the legendary trio whose success endured ego clashes & fickle fans.
Alex Gibney’s latest dives into the work of criminal psychologist Dr. Dorothy Otnow Lewis, but can leave you with more questions than answers.
Rob Ford & Maurice Holden’s new documentary series doesn’t go deep enough to do its rich story justice.
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.
The penultimate episode takes a trip to the past, & is another powerful, sobering highlight of the season.
Magic is in the air (literally) as Atticus & Leti make deals to protect their futures.
Hippolyta takes an adventure through time in a moving, powerful and mind bending episode.
Alex Gibney’s latest work of docu-journalism details the misinformation campaigns holding our social media (and sense of trust in institutions) hostage.
Spike Lee captures all the vibrancy and social import of Byrne’s rightly-acclaimed Broadway show.
We finally meet the mysterious other woman in Atticus’s life in a bittersweet episode that brings the series back on track.
HBO’s latest miniseries mines terror from the all-too-familiar rhythms of provincial authoritarianism.