More than two years after the surprise release of their Netflix series about an interdimensional traveler, Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij are back with an installment that’s even more ambitious than the first.
The HBO series stars Emma Thompson as a populist leader with dark plans.
HBO’s Euphoria joins a long list of works that have appalled and thrilled in equal measure. But does it have more to say?
The 20th-century painter is celebrated in a spectacular London retrospective that exposes the fullness of her career for the first time.
Ryan Murphy’s show about ball culture in 1990s New York City is joyfully, insistently, chaotically optimistic.
The scourge of the streaming era is 13 hours of stretched-out drama.
In its second season, the HBO drama is as entertaining as it is thoughtful about human damage and desire.
The third season of Hulu’s speculative series continues to assert its feminist credentials while keeping its central character in subjugation.
Neil Gaiman’s six-part Amazon miniseries about an odd couple at the end of the world is an acquired taste.
The director’s Netflix series asserts the individual stories of the so-called Central Park Five.
In the second season of the BBC America series, the MI6 agent played by Sandra Oh has languished in Villanelle’s shadow.
The Starz series by Tanya Saracho is a lovely, complex portrait of sisters confronting their past.
Renée Zellweger acts rings around everyone else in this oddity of an anthology series.
George Clooney and Grant Heslov’s six-part Hulu adaptation of Joseph Heller’s novel is a surprising success.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s magisterial Amazon series about a conflicted café owner returns for a striking final season.
HBO’s latest comedy special illuminates the art of terrible erotica.
Susan Choi’s taut, drama-school narrative asks: Where does art end and reality begin?
The new five-part HBO miniseries is part historical drama, part grim disquisition on the toll of devaluing the truth.
The sports doctor was able to assault so many athletes for so long. Erin Lee Carr’s HBO documentary, At the Heart of Gold, explores the environment that protected him.
Why Scarlett Johansson’s superhero can’t escape her origins from the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s early days
The new HBO drama depicts a bold, groundbreaking 19th-century lesbian. But its palatable tone falsely suggests that few obstacles were in her way.