Netflix's existential comedy, Living With Yourself, boasts a great performance from Paul Rudd but does little to investigate its own central ideas.
USA’s anticipated Treadstone delivers action-packed thrills and a compelling storyline to keep the Bourne franchise relevant and moving forward.
Season 2 of USA’s The Purge offers a refreshing new spin for the long-running franchise, one that looks at what happens in the days between Purges.
Facebook Watch launches Limetown, an adaptation of the hit podcast of the same name, with Jessica Biel investigating a town’s bizarre disappearance.
Nat Geo WILD’s newest reality series, Dr. T, Lone Star Vet, takes viewers into the world of exotic pet care, while keeping its sense of humor.
Amazon’s Goliath season 3 take Billy Bob Thornton’s troubled lawyer to some strange places as he investigates a corrupt, drought-stricken town.
Season 5 of Peaky Blinders puts the Shelby family in the middle of a financial crash and sees them contend with the growing threat of fascism.
Netflix’s raunchy coming-of-age animated series, Big Mouth, explores its characters’ tumultuous teen years in the midst of so many social movements.
Elliot and his friend are back for one final season of USA’s award-winning Mr. Robot, which begins its final season with a show-stopping premiere.
Season 4 of NBC’s The Good Place begins its final season with one last reboot of the afterlife, one that has huge stakes for all of humanity.
Shudder’s revival of the Stephen King and George Romero horror anthology Creepshow embraces its roots, but delivers an uneven premiere.
CBS premieres Evil, the new series from The Good Wife creators Michelle and Robert King, a horror story with a surprising amount of humor.
Season 14 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia kicks off with a spoof of rom-coms that includes Austrian weirdos, a grieving couple, and meat cubes.
FOX’s new serial killer drama Prodigal Son borrows considerably from previous entries in the subgenre, most notably the critically acclaimed Hannibal.
Disenchantment Part 2 offers a grander adventure for Bean and her friends, one that sees the series come closer to the legacy of The Simpsons.
Netflix’s Unbelievable is harrowing and gripping true-crime story that features an enviable list of talent both in front of and behind the screen.
Season 2 of FX’s Australian import, Mr. Inbetween, delivers more dark comedy as it straddles the line between banality and brutality.
Amazon’s Undone brings BoJack Horseman writers to a different kind of animated project, one that delivers mind-bending ideas in very personal story.
Season 3 of Audience Network’s Stephen King drama, Mr. Mercedes, steps beyond the show’s serial killer to deliver its most fulfilling season yet.