The end comes for the Baudelaire children. It has some issues, but closes out strong.
A fun, if a little familiar, holiday special for Sabrina fans.
Into the Dark goes psychological in its third entry, providing its best yet.
A gorgeous production with an incredible lead performance from Olivia Cooke.
Counterpart returns with strong confidence and paranoia.
A strong opening to a fresh start.
A marvelous return, just as brilliant and full of purpose.
Wayne is a fun but flawed YouTube Original with two great leads.
Stories within stories, The Romanoffs comes to a close with a more personal and effective story.
MST3K returns with The Gauntlet, a marathon-style nightmare for our heroes to suffer through for our benefit.
Your weekly roundup of The CW’s Arrowverse!
A very strong penultimate episode finds Kathryn Hahn and Jay R. Ferguson traveling to Russia.
YouTube’s new series brings incredible sights, but a familiar story stings this promising start.
The first season of Kidding was a wonderful showcase for Jim Carrey, as inventiveness and a downward spiral play out.
Gorgeously directed by Ben Stiller, this gripping limited series holds standout performances from Patricia Arquette, Paul Dano, and Benicio Del Toro.
Because of Saturday Night Live‘s nature, one episode can vary greatly from the next. Such was the case with this week’s episode, easily the best since the season premiere. Jonah Hill and Maggie Rogers sparked […]
A confounding episode of The Romanoffs provides spectacular locales in Mexico City, but not much else.
Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin star in this pleasant and fun look at getting older.
The new start for the Netflix series brings standout performances from Diego Luna and Michael Pena, and a tense look at the search for respect.
Into the Dark continues with Dermot Mulroney as a protective father looking out for his daughter’s best interests.
A masterful miniseries with a wonderful central performance by Florence Pugh, The Little Drummer Girl is a throwback thriller with a lot to say.
Spider-Man was thrust back into our lives in a big way this fall with the release of Sony’s Playstation 4 title Spider-Man. The game has been received with universal critical and popular acclaim, and with […]
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 strong return in its final season, Robin Wright dominates the show as she rightfully claims her place.
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.
A return to the scene finds new life, but with less to talk about, Part Two can feel a little slow.
Something is wrong in “House of Special Purpose”, as we find Christina Hendricks trying to understand her place in madness.
A great new series from Netflix, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is a fun season of television with a great lead performance in Kiernan Shipka.
An exceptional return, Daredevil is back with its best season yet.
With a larger focus on re-enactments, Lore delivers a stronger second season diving into the horrors of the past.
Season Eleven of Doctor Who sees British favourite Jodie Whittaker as the latest incarnation of the titular character and the first ever female version. Her companions come in the form of Bradley Walsh, Tosin Cole, […]
This article contains SPOILERS for The CW’s five DC superhero shows pictured above. Since the introduction of Arrow back in 2012, The CW has done an excellent job of expanding their comic book universe with […]
It’s a lot easier to drag a body across town on Halloween, as “The Body” proves.
As the opening of The Romanoffs, “The Violet Hour” and “The Royal We” offer hints of greatness, but suffer from their length.
Big Mouth returns with more hardships and complicated feelings. It’s still a hell of a show.
Netflix and Mike Flanagan bring us a fantastic new version of the classic tale.
Author’s note: Five of the ten episodes were provided for review. The full season arrives on September 21st. Netflix is going classic with its new series, The Good Cop, premiering September 21st. The comedy/drama, from […]
I Am Paul Walker is the headliner and season ender for the Paramount Network’s I Am series. Walker is in good company, with the series exploring the memories of Martin Luther King Jr. and JFK […]
Author’s note: This article CONTAINS SPOILERS for the season of discussion and all seasons of the series that have preceded it. The 100 is a show I’ve always found to be pretty polarizing and yet […]
Author’s note: This article CONTAINS SPOILERS for the episode of discussion and all episodes of the series that have preceded it. Like any great show does when viewers may be having concerns and reservations about […]
Counterpart is about finding your true self. Some things can hold you back and keep you from becoming that version of yourself you’re meant to be. But what if there were another you out there, […]
Modern young adult life is filled with all kinds of puzzles to figure out. Social media, your sexuality, finals, identity politics, relationships, social issues, and much much more. I haven’t seen something articulate the gossipy […]
With GLOW, Netflix lucked into the perfect sitcom formula. Following the Women’s Liberation Movement in the ‘70s, GLOW (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling) was a kitschy women-driven alternative to the steroid and testosterone driven male-dominated leagues. […]
This review contains spoilers for Steven Universe season 5 (and prior seasons). Please proceed with caution. Steven Universe is one of my favorite shows of all time. Whenever I try to get my friends to […]
Author’s note: This article CONTAINS SPOILERS for the episode of discussion and all episodes of the series that have preceded it. There was a lot going on in the latest episode of Better Call Saul, […]
Author’s note: SPOILERS for the sixth episode of Castle Rock, “Filter”. Ruth (Sissy Spacek) tells her grandson halfway through the episode about breadcrumbs, reminders for her of what is then and what is now. For […]
Author’s note: This article CONTAINS SPOILERS for the episode of discussion and all episodes of the series that have preceded it. In the latest episode of Better Call Saul, we see a natural escalation of […]
Throughout the course of HBO’s Big Little Lies, its four leading ladies can be seen staring at the ocean from their houses. Silently taking in the vastness, occasionally trying to explain the beauty of the water, […]
Westworld’s second season, while still gorgeous to look at and full of high-caliber acting, suffers under its attempt to be clever.
Hulu’s Castle Rock starts with a man, in the dead of winter, searching the snow with a stick. He stabs the ground every so often, venturing deeper into the woods by Castle Lake, as though […]
The Handmaid’s Tale returns with an excellent second season. Blessed Be The Fruit.
The Americans takes its characters through a dark and devastating journey that leaves the mission as the answer, and humanity as the question.
The End of the F***ing World is Netflix’s first talked-about series other than Devilman: Crybaby to grace the month of January. If you have watched the trailer you would know this show has a crazy […]
With a few great standout episodes, Electric Dreams is an interesting new series with some glaring issues along the way.