The Hulu show has created a world that’s visually and psychologically unlike anything in film or television.
Two new television shows from 30 Rock alums tackle the subject of female ambition.
In the second episode of the final season, Nora went on a road trip.
The HBO show’s last episode lost sight of a difficult character’s greatest strengths.
In the first episode of the final season, Jarden readies itself for a big anniversary.
In its third and final season, the HBO show proves it’s still the most surprising and moving show on television.
Julie Buntin’s Marlena is the latest in a string of novels to frame a coming-of-age narrative around an intoxicating teenage girl.
The sixth season revealed a TV show trying desperately to keep up with the news, and sacrificing coherence as a result.
The podcast and the Netflix show both tackle the subject of despair, but in remarkably different ways.
But despite an array of recognizable actors, the Hulu show is less Black Mirror and more Are You Afraid of the Dark?
As the HBO show approaches its series finale, it’s deftly exploring the limits of fantasy in storytelling.
Beauty and the Beast, a new collection of folk stories from around the world, explores the strangeness of interspecies relationships.
Starring Samantha Morton and Jessica Brown Findlay, the series has a surprisingly sharp perspective on the dynamics of pleasure and power.
Shows including Homeland, Quantico, and The Good Fight are featuring topical storylines about attempts to spread misinformation within the U.S.
The two-hour work, written and directed by Happy Valley’s Sally Wainwright, is a vibrant dramatization of how three sheltered women became such extraordinary novelists.
Who, in the 21st century, has the right to be left alone?
The new Netflix show suffers from a blank, unsympathetic, and entitled central character.
President Trump’s budget proposal would have a disproportionate impact on organizations in rural and underserved communities.
In his opening monologue on Monday night, the CBS host found the line between comedy and tragedy.
The new NBC series makes a mockumentary out of a poetry professor accused of murdering his wife.
Hannah Horvath's latest decision is an unexpected twist for the HBO show.