The Star Wars series, now two episodes in, is a good example of how the streaming service can mine smaller, solid stories out of massive franchises.
Last night’s episode delivered a critique of Americans’ short attention spans with an overstuffed, melodramatic cold open.
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.
Disney is making its streaming debut with an expensive-looking TV show based on a beloved property. But the series is off to a slow start.
Daisy Haggard’s new Showtime series is a poignant, optimistic show about a woman’s return home after an 18-year prison sentence.
The first batch of episodes from Apple TV+’s flagship series included some uncomfortable conversations about the movement. Here’s why.
The Scottish performer’s new HBO special is a stunning experiment in controlled transgression.
As streaming services such as HBO Max tilt back toward older conventions, the all-at-once strategy pioneered by Netflix may find itself out of fashion.
In last night’s standout episode, the HBO drama closely examined themes and characters from the original graphic novel.
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.
In its final season, the Netflix series inventively captures the fatigue—and guilt—that many working mothers experience.
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.
The HBO satire’s final season began by examining whether the tech industry can ever really live up to its ideals.
The musician was an endearingly goofy performer who shone in a fever dream of an episode filled with gallows humor and character breaking.
ABC’s Black-ish spin-off joins a new memoir by Thomas Chatterton Williams in presenting a seemingly enlightened but ahistorical view of race.
Amazon’s anthology series based on the popular New York Times column flattens the collection of stories with trite idealism.
Damon Lindelof’s new show advances the clock on Alan Moore’s original series but retains the comic’s skepticism of heroes in masks.
The new HBO series is a stunning, timely departure from its graphic-novel origins.