In her superb true crime documentaries, Skye Borgman probes America’s war against its women and children.
This series presents a compelling perspective on the relativity of determining crime and punishment.
Given the pain they endured, it is admirable just how strong many of the Menudo members are.
This clever, funny, sexy series from HBO Max is my pick for the best new feel-good retro comedy of 2022.
Author and journalist Massoud Hayoun’s novel Building 46 probes behind the air-brushed image of China’s capital city to offer a fascinating (and incisive) look into the everyday lives of Beijing dwellers.
The Canadian sports comedy Shoresy works as its own series, but it doesn’t match the sharp wit of its predecessor, Letterkenny.
Love on the Spectrum U.S. generates the same joy as its Aussie version: all of the singletons are enormously likable.
Ozark supplied some vital, if depressing insights, about what liberal Americans really value: money and power, rather than what they say they treasure, family and equality. The catch is that this is no longer news.
Like the films of the 2000s, Senior Year is filled with chuckles but eschews substance.
It is not unusual for most series to hit a sophomore slump, but Hacks manages to avoid this fate, partly because of how deftly it expands on its original premise.