Danny McBride turns his comedic eye toward the Christian megachurch industrial complex in The Righteous Gemstones, a dark and often racy comedy.
Season 2 of Mindhunter scales back on the clinical interrogations to focus more on its main characters and a high-profile ongoing investigation.
The Terror: Infamy delivers a different kind of horror story as AMC’s anthology series examines a shameful moment in American history.
Season 2 of AMC’s Lodge 49 lets the show’s terrific and charming cast branch out and explore more of this hang-worthy modern-day fable.
HBO’s capitalism-run-amok family drama Succession hits the ground running with a stellar premiere that leads into an absurdly strong second season.
Season 3 of Netflix’s women’s professional wrestling comedy, GLOW, takes the show on the road to Las Vegas for a some much-needed soul searching.
The final season of AMC’s Preacher begins with a bang, as the series becomes more irreverent in its humor and its overall storytelling methods.
Archer: 1999 ends its space-faring shenanigans by also calling an end to the show’s recent excursions into the recesses of its title character’s mind.
Hulu’s Four Weddings and a Funeral TV series from Mindy Kaling is charming at times, but it struggles to present a reason why it needed to be made.
EPIX’s Pennyworth series aims to be a spy caper worthy of James Bond himself, but stumbles trying to connect the dots back to Bruce Wayne and Batman.
Season 2 of Hulu’s supernatural teen drama, Light as a Feather, pushes its characters into a new narrative but mostly finds a rehash of season 1.
Netflix’s Emmy-winning Orange is the New Black brings its story of the Litchfield inmates to a close in an emotional, and tiring final season.
Amazon’s take on Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s The Boys is a dark, bloody, and irreverent look at superheroes and the people who love them.
Netflix’s sci-fi thriller Another Life brings Katee Sackhoff back to space, but the clumsily made series struggles to be original and to find purpose.
Gina Torres stars in Pearson, a Suits spinoff that takes the former high-powered lawyer far from New York and into the world of Chicago politics.
Hulu’s Veronica Mars revival takes Kristen Bell’s character into more assured territory, as the former teen P.I. becomes a hard-boiled veteran.
Top Gear returns as new hosts Paddy McGuinness and Freddie Flintoff join Chris Harris for a journey across Ethiopia and the hottest place on Earth.
Nat Geo’s documentary, Apollo: Missions to the Moon, distills hundreds of hours of footage to retell humankind’s efforts to reach the lunar surface.
Stranger Things 3 delivers on the promise of the series itself, becoming the kind of ‘80s summer blockbuster it has emulated from the start.