The long-running BBC series returns for a rushed, flashy season premiere with an audacious twist that might just turn the show around.
The closing chapter of the Star Wars sequel trilogy maintains a steady second-weekend box office haul.
From the first time we meet Baby Yoda to the final trek of the Razor Crest, we look back at the highs and lows of The Mandalorian’s first season.
We cross-over with the Debating Doctor Who podcast to figure out which Christmas Special (and their stars) deserves a spot on the Hall of Faces.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker rises to a forceful $175.5 million opening weekend at the box office, but it falters compared to previous episodes.
We revisit the underappreciated humanism of James Cameron’s effects-driven blockbuster a decade after its release.
J.J. Abrams closes out the Star Wars saga by walking back its more interesting middle chapter and drowning itself in fanservice.
Damon Lindelof’s series comes to a conclusion that is as evocative and satisfying as it is rushed.
The showrunner of Amazon’s sci-fi space opera The Expanse talks about bringing the show from Syfy to its new home, and what’s in store for season 4.
The cult-hit space opera heads to Amazon for a bigger budget, wider scope, and renewed sense of purpose.
Alex Garland’s contemplative sci-fi stories imagine a world where destruction and liberation go hand in hand.
Watchmen explores the cyclical nature of trauma in an episode that serves as a haunting showcase for Tim Blake Nelson.
Disney+’s live-action Star Wars series shakes off its fan-film cobwebs and shows glimmers of space Western intrigue.
Legacy and memory rise to the forefront of an intriguing Watchmen concerned even more directly with the shadows of the past.
An old character from the comics arrives reinvented, as we see the other half of the story thus […]
If you can’t use your eyes to see, you might as well roll them at Apple TV+’s hokey dystopian drama.
Ronald D. Moore’s alt-history space race series proves to be one of Apple TV+’s most alluring offerings.
On the thirty-fifth anniversary of the film’s release, we look back at James Cameron’s most melancholy blockbuster.