The Canadian sports comedy Shoresy works as its own series, but it doesn’t match the sharp wit of its predecessor, Letterkenny.
Playing on their strengths and working within the limitations of each medium, both The Dropout and Bad Blood pull us into the very American story of Theranos’ and Holmes’ rise and fall.
What is the most depressing thing about Pam & Tommy? The series provides the most sympathetic portrait of Pam Anderson that is out there.
As it chronicles the rise and fall of the titular Von Dutch brand, the series tries to exploit nostalgia and true crime at the same time.
Summer of Soul is two hours of rapturous entertainment and pointed political commentary — neither of which has gone out of style 52 years later.
Plan B, Hulu’s latest raunchy teen romp, proves why we need diverse voices in Hollywood.
The new Animaniacs provides no good reason for reviving Yakko, Wakko, and Dot in the 21st century.
It has its flaws, but Love, Victor is a fun teen rom-com hat isn’t entirely rosy.
If Castle Rock is intended to be a commentary on Trump’s not-so-great America, well, what better genre than horror to spread the angst?
Margaret Atwood’s novel turns out to have been far more clairvoyant than even she believed it would be.