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.
No drawing room mysteries to see in this off-beat, hard-boiled cop show.
Wit, both broad and sharp, gets a show about racism further than tirades would.
Two mediocre movies highlight what little there is to look forward to.
Pandemics and political fearmongering got you down? Netflix offers a diversion.
Immigration Nation Brilliantly Captures the Brutal Logic Behind America's Immigration Enforcement Regime
The new Netflix docuseries is a damning indictment of ICE.
But do the metaphors hold up?
Cops vs. criminals with psychosexual undertones
Coroner and Hitmen are only new to us Yanks.
The fairy-tale foundation never materializes, but the show will rattle your bones.
Helter Skelter: An American Myth doesn’t shed new light, but it’s excellent journalism.
The Australian series shows it’s not all about Trump.
What happens when a decades-long mystery gets solved while you’re explaining it?
Perhaps this show was not the window into law enforcement transparency it claimed to be.
Walter Duranty and The New York Times have blood on their hands in this historical re-enactment.
Into the Dark: Good Boy and The Vast of Night draw inspiration from the good ol’ days.
Our reality is now Fox Mulder, Dale Gribble, Chief Wiggum, and a home movie of a guy getting hit in the groin.
What if you had a mystery and nobody cared?
In the winding hills above Hollywood, musical history was made.
Just don’t expect too much historical accuracy.
Just try not to ask too many questions about what’s happening or why.
Transcending consciousness is presented as a consumer good in a sharp new Amazon Prime series.
Dual roles highlight harsh, almost masochistic miniseries of twin brothers’ travails.
Talented performances in City of Angels undone by uninspiring scripts.
Lessons learned from the zookeeper Netflix made famous
Reese Witherspoon is well on her way to becoming a television mogul.
If you can’t get enough of British class war melodramas, pull up a chair.
The new service was built for a world that no longer exists. Yet it may still end up being relevant to the one we now inhabit.
You don’t have to wallow at home alone.
Government-mandated unemployment is "a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity" to "sit on the couch and watch TV," says the wealthy star of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
The myth that this authoritarian island provides better medical treatment just won’t die.
CIA, KGB, MI6, and all the others
HBO's adaptation of Philip Roth's novel is much more interesting when viewed on its own merits.
There’s nobody to root for in this Amazon adaptation, and that’s intentional.