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 new HBO drama depicts a bold, groundbreaking 19th-century lesbian. But its palatable tone falsely suggests that few obstacles were in her way.
The author’s follow-up to her Fifty Shades series is hopelessly retrograde and dismally unentertaining.
The history of sacred structures is defined by ruin and repair.
Netflix’s new fish-out-of-water comedy about a European megastar who relocates to Los Angeles is a strange kind of failure.
The new FX series Fosse/Verdon considers one of the most spectacular partnerships in Broadway history.
Vampires and witches and demons, oh my
The BBC America drama navigates its way into a gratifying second year.
The Jordan Peele–produced revival of the classic speculative series has a stellar lineup, but pales in comparison with the original.
The dark HBO comedy by Bill Hader and Alec Berg turns even more pensive in Season 2.
Amazon’s new eight-part series about a 15-year-old girl trained as a ferocious killer is—intermittently—a blast to watch.
Bruce Norris’s Downstate, at London’s National Theatre, makes a provocative case for the redemption of child abusers.
The new Hulu series is a fascinating, queasy blend of horror, fantasy, and true crime.
At 50, the Oscar, Emmy, and Golden Globe winner is getting some of the most exciting roles of her career.
The new Netflix documentary series revisits one of the biggest missing-child cases in history.
The new four-part documentary series on HBO goes deeper into the story of Hae Min Lee and the ex-boyfriend convicted of her murder.
Amazon’s new series stars Kate Beckinsale as a woman searching for answers in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Leaving Neverland is only the beginning of a debate about the King of Pop’s legacy.
The third season of Pamela Adlon’s FX show considers the implications of being forced into a new reality.
Anna Paquin stars as a celebrity publicist specializing in scandal in Pop TV’s splashy, sporadically insightful drama.
The IFC mockumentary series from Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and Seth Meyers is better than ever in its third season.