The FX series’ sixth season is staging mockumentaries within mockumentaries in its exploration of reality, perception, and gore.
CBS’s new sitcom is packed with aggressive jokes about youngsters that lack effort, or any real insight.
The anthology series’ first season, subtitled Candle Cove, terrorizes its adult characters with the very things that scared them as kids.
The Barefoot Contessa’s latest cookbook doubles as an insight into the workings of “the most cherished celebrity couple in the world.”
Tom Hanks’s Doug has a lot in common with “Black Jeopardy” contestants—except, of course, for politics.
The final chapter of this season takes the social-media mob to its deadly extreme.
The fifth episode of the new season features American soldiers fighting mysterious mutants.
The more emotional and hopeful tale stars Mackenzie Davis and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.
The third episode of the new season is one of the most disturbing of the series.
The second episode of the new season is a twisty, tense horror story about an immersive video game that can detect your darkest fears.
Starring Bryce Dallas Howard, the episode is set in a world where everyone is ranked out of five.
SNL and pop culture pay loving disrespect to Donald Trump’s wife.
All Stars 2 crowned the show’s ultimate fan as its winner—but plenty of fans aren’t thrilled about it.
USA’s new supernatural drama has overlearned the lessons of an era where internet clue-hunting can prop up a show.
The sitcom’s season-three premiere, along with NBC’s The Good Place, shows how geography raises questions of belonging.
The network’s newest superhero series, Luke Cage, has the same issue as its predecessors: It takes way too long to get its story in motion.
The NBC show, which premiered 10 years ago today, operated under the assumption that every person in the series had a story worth telling.
Saturday Night Live returned for another season with a new impression of the GOP’s presidential candidate—and it was just the jolt the show needed.
The new HBO series plays with Western tropes while subverting them.
Originally inspired by ’70s blaxploitation movies, the star of the new Netflix series was reimagined as a modern black champion.