The bizarre half hour animated comedy is a hilarious love letter to The Windy City.
Amid the political point-scoring, Netflix’s Sex Education remains effervescently charming.
Afterlife of the Party backs away from serious issues, but it’s a sweet reminder of the power of female friendship.
The essays in this excellent volume consistently show that nostalgia is about something, and it matters.
This is the Danish series that may well have inspired a juggernaut of provocative stories generated by life in these cold, civilized, but often dark Scandinavian lands.
There’s plenty of amusement to be found in exploring ‘what could have been’ in the Marvel universe.
Television artist Bob Ross just wanted to share his love of painting with viewers. His business partners had other ideas.
A haunting vision of lost souls who emerge from the Icelandic ice, naked, hungry and seeking communion with those they left behind.
The Chair asserts that professors have lives outside the university and they are demanding and draining.
The sophomore season of the Apple TV + hit comedy is even more winning than its first.