It’s welcome to have a Latino-centered Father of the Bride, but it’s debatable if we really needed one this clumsily put together.
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.
Like the films of the 2000s, Senior Year is filled with chuckles but eschews substance.
Season three of Barry is just as dark as its predecessors. In fact, in some ways it may even be darker.
White Hot is a compelling watch, and not only for those who shopped at Abercrombie & Fitch.
Human Resources isn’t for everyone. It’s even weirder than Big Mouth (which is saying something), though this spinoff series still packs, at times, the same heartfelt punch.
Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives. falls short because it is designed to be entertaining rather than useful.
Each month, our arts critics — music, book, theater, dance, and visual arts — fire off a few brief reviews.