Despite its inevitable darkness, It’s a Sin never loses sight of the joys of existence.
Unlike other pretentious and/or earnest travel shows, Men in Kilts is downright jolly.
Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel makes for a gripping watch, one of Netflix’s finest true crime documentary series.
An intriguing look at smashing the patriarchy through the art of pole dancing.
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood has become one of our central gospels of child-rearing.
Though the cast is generally excellent, Stephen King’s characters are often at the mercy of wrongheaded writing or needlessly flashy special effects.
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.