The Conners moves on without Roseanne as the spinoff’s premiere takes great pains to not only explain Barr’s absence but make it seem significant.
ABC heads back to the ‘70s with the charming but scattered new series The Kids Are Alright, which takes a humorous look at family dysfunction.
Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner return to HBO with Camping, an adaptation of a British series that’s occasionally funny and other times it’s just a lot.
Matt Weiner returns to television with the new Amazon anthology series The Romanoffs, which delivers some fascinating storytelling in small doses.
Netflix’s Haunting of Hill House is an early Halloween treat, as it offers plenty of scares despite getting lost in the streaming drift.
Season 3 of Netflx’s Marvel series Daredevil deconstructs its central hero, and comes away with a more engaging, bingeable solo adventure.
The Flash season 5 is a promising start that continues the tone of season 4, focusing even more on family while teasing the West-Allens' futures.
The Doctor Who season 11 premiere is a delight, led by a spell-binding and incredibly natural performance by Jodie Whittaker as The 13th Doctor.
Hulu’s Into the Dark not only pairs the streaming service with Blumhouse Television, it also delivers a clever genre mashup for Halloween.
Season 2 of Netflix’s animated pubescent comedy Big Mouth takes the hormonally tormented tweens on a series of brilliantly funny new adventures.
Season 3 of Amazons’ The Man in the High Castle puts a greater emphasis on sci-fi action, and the result is a more focused effort.
DC Universe’s flagship streaming TV series, Titans, is dark and violent, but mature content doesn’t necessarily make for a mature story.
Star Wars Resistance is more pod-racing than rebellions and civil wars, but it's a fun adventure with high-flying action and charming characters.
Bob’s Burgers begins season 9 with a musical ode to teenage hormones as Tina's craziness for boys finds her examining why she is the way she is.
For season 30, The Simpsons puts away the non sequiturs (mostly) for a funny episode about Bart’s guilt over lying about a near death experience.
The new FOX sitcom The Cool Kids makes great use David Alan Grier, Martin Mull and more, with some sharp writing from co-creator Charlie Day.
CBS's revival of Murphy Brown comes out swinging and wears its politics on its sleeve as the series gets underway with a shaky and preachy premiere.
For the third consecutive season, The Good Place illustrates why it’s the most inventive comedy on television, and one of its funniest.
ABC debuts A Million Little Things, a well-made, This Is Us-style relationship drama designed to make its viewers cry as much as possible.