A gorgeous production with an incredible lead performance from Olivia Cooke.
A marvelous return, just as brilliant and full of purpose.
Stories within stories, The Romanoffs comes to a close with a more personal and effective story.
Several great documentary series are arriving, promising in-depth looks at presidential power, the drive for perfection, and the cult of personality.
A very strong penultimate episode finds Kathryn Hahn and Jay R. Ferguson traveling to Russia.
A confounding episode of The Romanoffs provides spectacular locales in Mexico City, but not much else.
One of the best shows on television, Patriot returns with a dark and hilarious look at the rabbit hole of spy games.
Unfortunate timing and unfortunate decisions mire this week’s The Romanoffs, leaving great performers with little to work with.
A look at getting older and promises made and promises kept delivers a very good episode of The Romanoffs.
Homecoming delivers one of 2018’s best, a thriller about betterment, memory, and perception.
As the opening of The Romanoffs, “The Violet Hour” and “The Royal We” offer hints of greatness, but suffer from their length.
The Man in the High Castle returns with its best season yet.
Alan Yang and Matt Hubbard’s Forever, coming to Amazon’s Prime Video on September 14th, is a fascinating breakdown of a person’s life and expectations. Can happiness wither over the years and lead to a sense […]