There’s nobody to root for in this Amazon adaptation, and that’s intentional.
Glenn Garvin TV Reviews
The Holocaust and its fallout can be tackled with humor. But this Amazon show fails at its aims.
Also reviewed: Riverdale spin-off Katy Keene
There’s nobody to root for in this USA Network whodunit.
Also reviewed: Fox’s absolutely awful Outmatched
Once the HBO series goes off-book, it goes off-track.
Will this well ever go dry?
Dare Me and Deputy both have their flaws and their charms.
What if A Christmas Carol had a body count?
The original lesbian-centric series was groundbreaking. The new generation is exhausting.
Bloody revenge fantasy draws more from the 1970s than anything cutting edge.
Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon kill it as troubled television journalists in a changing media environment.
Also: Did anybody actually ask for a Mad About You reboot? Anybody at all?
BBC production finds U.S. home on Showtime.
Harlem’s famous incubator of black performers gets a closer look on HBO.
Hey, at least it’s free!
Screenwriter Nigel Williams seems to have thought he was working on Fast Times At Moscow High.
Rigged elections, sham marriages, and a faked cancer diagnosis make Ryan Murphy's new series worth a watch.
Fall network premiere rollouts end with a weak burst of remakes.
Network primetime premiere week ends with a jump in quality.
Did they run out of budget for the jokes?
Stumptown may be the best new television offering of the season.
The crumbling remains of network premiere season tumble out of the gate Monday.
You don’t have to enjoy the genre to find this 16-hour PBS docuseries fascinating.
A police procedural about rape cases that focuses on details without getting tedious
New HBO documentary is moving … until it wanders into our current politics.
Hulu's Untouchable is a relentless accounting of the mogul's sexual misdeeds.
This Showtime documentary sings. You should listen.
If a chaotic concert that nearly failed "defined a generation," what does that actually mean?
An original movie about sexual trauma doesn't take the easy route.
HBO documentary explores teen’s culpability in boyfriend’s suicide.
There was a lot more to the Fox News boss than just vicious villainy.
A meticulous re-enactment of the misbegotten prosecution of the Central Park Five gets a lot right.
Movie treads the familiar grounds of the beloved, abruptly canceled HBO show.
Pack of abandoned teens don’t seem to care what happened, and neither will you.
A miniseries about the deadly nuclear disaster that marked the doom of the Soviet Union
Netflix show gives an old horror trope new life. Also, there’s Uma Thurman.
PBS documentary illustrates two sides pushing even further apart.
Sam Rockwell, Michelle Williams star in FX miniseries about troubled life of famous choreographer.