The new Animaniacs provides no good reason for reviving Yakko, Wakko, and Dot in the 21st century.
The spooky adventures in this Netflix/Egyptian produced series are entertaining enough to deserve a second season.
In this brilliant series, documentary filmmaker John Wilson captures the absurdity of life in New York.
Sacha Baron Cohen uncovers enough destructive inanity in Borat II to justify the savagery of its satire of American ignorance.
Swamp Thing is downright ornery, at times questioning political and corporate power as well as environmental protections.
This is clearly a version of Paris written by ignorant Americans for ignorant Americans.
Considering how dark 2020 is, it is a good time for a lighthearted remembrance of things past, before the pandemic.
For some reason, Aggretsuko riffs on Japanese idols in its third season, and the shift makes the show less appealing.
Visitors (of all ages?) were invited to drink copious amounts of liquor and possibly get laid. This was as close to Pinnochio‘s Pleasure Island as they were ever going to get.
Love on the Spectrum is a trailblazing docuseries that dismantles myths about autism and romance.