Sly humor prevents this book adaptation from becoming stuffy.
Glenn Garvin TV Reviews
High-class characters plunge into low-class shenanigans at Hawaiian resort.
Elsewhere, Netflix is going to the cats and dogs.
Jackie Collins was a pop culture force to be reckoned with in the 1980s.
Two shows offer two different versions of hell, one more literal than the other.
Anarchy in New Hampshire? Unfortunately, not quite.
Talented actors like Julianne Moore, Joan Allen go to waste
The Bite and Halston feature the skilled producers and actors you're often not seeing on television these days.
Too Close and The Underground Railroad provide wildly different experiences.
A tale of heartbreak and tenacity in post-Reconstruction Mississippi.
A mother goes to extreme lengths to try to prove her son’s still alive.
An experiment to see if nurture could overcome nature did not end well.
AMC+ thriller takes viewers to paranoid, dangerous '60s Berlin.
If you miss Lovecraft Country, Amazon has an alternative.
New ABC show wastes Katey Sagal’s massive talents.
Also: Cancel culture knives are out for The United States of Al. It doesn’t deserve them.
Documentary series Q: Into the Storm delves into the Trump-era conspiracy.
What we know about Holiday’s mistreatment is compelling enough without muddling her history.
Oh look, two mismatched government agents investigating alien technology.
Can the Man of Steel have it all?
Kenan, meanwhile, is a stale as sitcoms get.
CBS drama explores the heroine’s trauma and the envy of her FBI peers.
HBO Max’s murder thriller miniseries is all over the map—in a good way.
British import on Amazon Prime won’t exactly fill you with the warm fuzzies.
Meanwhile, a reboot of Walker, Texas Ranger inexplicably exists.
Say ‘meh’ to these two midseason also-rans.
The spiritual successor of 30 Rock keeps its edge.
Need an antidote to sickly sweet holiday stories?
If you’re looking for a coherent, compelling version of Stephen King’s pandemic opus, keep on walking.
A documentary describes a drug-fueled countercultural romance.
Now out of The Big Bang’s orbit, she’s ready to shine.
HBO docuseries a devastating look at a family’s secret dysfunctions.
Meanwhile on CBS, B Positive offers laughs about...kidney transplants.
Premium cable has led to a quality transformation in David E. Kelley’s storytelling.
PBS documentary recounts life of America’s pioneer of tawdry fame coverage.
Not even “McDreamy” can make this financial thriller cash in.
Killer AI and bayou monsters all run amok
Also, Neil deGrasse Tyson is back to condescend to us all some more.