With her new book—the much-awaited sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale—the Canadian author is leading a resistance. But it’s not the one you might think.
In its third season, the series is stuck in a relentlessly cheery mode that’s cloying to watch.
The year’s most distinct and worthwhile series
M. Night Shyamalan and Tony Basgallop’s new series has a richly chilling premise, but it doesn’t do justice to parental grief.
The new season of the Netflix show explores the unorthodox ways Queen Elizabeth II uses her wardrobe to underscore her authority.
A new Sundance/AMC series about a 1986 homicide in Central Park explores the pervasive unwillingness to believe that a handsome white Manhattan teen could be culpable.
Daisy Haggard’s new Showtime series is a poignant, optimistic show about a woman’s return home after an 18-year prison sentence.
Over the course of her writing career, she has explored the power and limits of personal testimony in times of crisis.
The Scottish performer’s new HBO special is a stunning experiment in controlled transgression.
Apple’s new series about misconduct at a television network is inert, until it turns fascinating.
The star of the new Apple+ series For All Mankind has long specialized in offbeat characters. Now he’s shifting to more heroic material.
HBO’s new adaptation of Tom Perrotta’s 2017 novel stars Kathryn Hahn as an empty-nester whose online discoveries make her question her entire identity.
In Agent Running in the Field, the celebrated spy novelist takes on a chaotic international landscape.
The new HBO series is a stunning, timely departure from its graphic-novel origins.
In Home Work, the legendary actor comes to terms with an acting career she couldn’t always control.
The HBO show had teased a “blood sacrifice” in its thrilling season finale, and it didn’t disappoint.
Press is a fascinating, periodically clunky series about newspapers at war.
Caryn Mandabach spearheaded such prime-time comedies as Roseanne, The Cosby Show, and 3rd Rock From the Sun. Why is she now making a gangster show in the U.K.?
Over several seasons, they’ve evolved from a basic skill assessment into a meandering tour through Europe’s most arcane pastries.
The Politician is a sumptuous, absurdist study of teen ambition.
Her award for Fosse/Verdon, the actor said, was “an acknowledgment of what is possible when a woman is trusted.”