Surviving Death’s balance between personal experiences and scientific theories makes the series unexpectedly provocative.
BBC’s The Repair Shop is about hard work and mending battered psyches.
I will miss Chilling Adventures of Sabrina more than I may care to admit.
The current lockdown gives me an opportunity to recognize TV shows whose brilliance has been overlooked.
Alabama Snake is crazy, but it also provides the kind of off-kilter insights into humanity one finds in the best of Southern folklore
We were driven indoors and told to stay there, so we turned to our screens for entertainment.
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom is a stellar artistic accomplishment, a blazingly powerful dramatic experience.
The series’ inspirational message comes at a good time in our crisis-ridden country, but its focus on reassurance isn’t very dramatically compelling.
“I don’t want to show myself because I don’t think I’m very interesting to look at. The world is filled with so many other interesting things to look at.”
The new Animaniacs provides no good reason for reviving Yakko, Wakko, and Dot in the 21st century.