The final season of Game of Thrones begins with an urgent hour that brings many characters back together and offers some others a few hard truths.
Netflix’s Black Summer treats audiences to a white-knuckle ride through the early days of a zombie outbreak, told from multiple perspectives.
The careers of Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon get a lavish miniseries from FX, with two stellar performances that offset some familiar story beats.
Season 2 of Killing Eve gets off to a dark and wryly humorous start, one that quickly establishes why the series is still worth obsessing over.
Cinemax’s Warrior builds off the treatment written by Bruce Lee from decades ago, but writer Jonathan Tropper gives it a distinctly pulpy energy.
Season 2 of Amazon’s The Tick offers a more laughs and more action-packed superhero spoof, making it one of the streaming services best comedies.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina part 2 brings more camp and more darkness to Greendale, as its teen witch grapples with the two sides of her identity.
IFC’s hilarious sports comedy Brockmire returns for season 3 with a new setting and plenty of new characters as Jim Brockmire turns over a new leaf.
Netflix’s new nature documentary series Our Planet is a gorgeous program that puts necessary focus on humanity’s negative impact on the planet.
The highly anticipated revival of The Twilight Zone arrives with a pair of underwhelming installments, despite the presence of Jordan Peele.
The final season of HBO’s Veep doesn’t pull any political punches as the biting satire once again puts Selina Meyer on the road to the White House.
HBO’s Emmy-winning Barry returns for a second season, forcing the lonely hitman to question who he is and whether that’s who he wants to be.
Season 3 of Netflix's bizarre but funny zombie comedy Santa Clarita Diet somehow manages to get even weirder for Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant.
Amazon’s Hanna TV series looks terrific and features great performances all around, but it hews too closely to the original film too often.
Season 2 of SYFY’s Happy! leaves Christmas behind to pin its hyper-violent focus on Easter, and explore what comes next for a semi-reformed Nick Sax.
FX’s What We Do in the Shadows retains the original film’s giddy humor and proves the supernatural mockumentary is a great fit for television.
Season 2 of History’s Knightfall gives up its prestige pretenses, and with the help of Mark Hamill fully embraces its bloody, soapy nature.
AMC’s martial arts series Into the Badlands prepares for its final run by setting up an epic endgame between Sunny and Pilgrim’s growing army.
Hulu’s true-crime series The Act fictionalizes a truly bizarre murder case and offers up another strong performance from Patricia Arquette.