If your attention span is frazzled, explore the compact joys of the 30-minute format.
Hulu’s new satire may be set in 18th-century Russia, but it understands the theatrical and nearsighted politics of the current moment.
Hightown deepens the procedural genre by expanding its focus beyond a singular murder to the opioid epidemic at the edges of its story.
The actor Jerry Stiller, who died yesterday at age 92, was unforgettable as the irascible Frank Costanza on Seinfeld.
Unlike its previous at-home episodes, last night’s show embraced the existential crisis of the moment.
Ryan Murphy’s Netflix show presents a fantasy in which marginalized people get to make the film they want. But the fun thought exercise curdles into earnest nonsense.
The Amazon show is one of several recent works in which the afterlife darkly mimics earthly existence.
There’s something soothing about watching a comedian who has been telling the same jokes for decades.
The dark side of big data is a fascinating subject for TV to tackle. It just doesn’t make for a great antagonist.
A wave of culinary experts is responding to the pandemic with an accessible and empathetic approach to home cooking—and audiences can’t get enough.
The Hulu adaptation of Sally Rooney’s hit novel ushers an addictive, messily human portrayal of young love to the small screen.
With its deep archival footage of the Bulls legend, The Last Dance was always going to be epic. Now it needs to fill the void of sports writ large.
The Netflix show tries to expound on his personal narrative in a satirical context, but it just repeats all of the same notes from Black-ish.
Propulsive thrillers, slow-burn procedurals, and more for your every quarantine mood
A striking new miniseries reveals the conservative author’s deep impact on contemporary politics.
“The least safe thing to do is something safe,” says Sarah Barnett, the unconventional TV executive behind Killing Eve, which is back for a third season.
Hosted by COVID-19 survivor Tom Hanks and filmed remotely, the show’s latest broadcast is a cultural document of the times.
Hollywood’s short-form entertainment app slices and dices the traditional mediocrity that the internet has allowed viewers to escape from.
If you’re looking for something to binge-watch, you won’t regret diving into Syfy’s darkly subversive fantasy series.
Netflix’s Tiger King is the apotheosis of extreme storytelling: The more unfathomable and ethically dubious, the better.