All three episodes have intriguing storylines, with plenty of human pathos and drama: but I admit to finding the first and third episodes a bit too digitally-focused for my taste.
John DeLorean remains an unwieldy figure whose story is difficult to frame — the new film leaves much unreported and unexplored.
Of course, history has not come to Deadwood to douse the smoldering embers of the past, but to supply more kindling.
Killing Eve is a smart, funny, and often shocking exploration of the complex psychologies of women leading dangerous lives, for whom killing comes much easier than it ought to.
This Is Not Happening serves up welcome shots of honestly and reality that hit you in the most ticklish parts of your own amusingly flawed, hilariously stupid humanity.
HBO’S Barry has finally started to hit its stride as a mirthfully dark comedy/drama.
Is it all, from here on out, to be about Daenerys v. John Snow for the Iron Throne?
Crashing shows us how Holmes’s innate sweetness and affability carries him through the awkwardness and indignities of being a working comedian.
The series presents plausible, relatable social situations within a weird, dark, quasi-magical framework.
Shrill picks up narrative strength once we see Annie slowly come to terms with the yawning gap between who she is and who she has been told to be by her family, her friends, and society at large.