FOX’s X-Men series The Gifted takes a big step forward with its fall finale, opening the door for a new wave of mutants when the series returns.
SYFY’s limited series adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s science fiction novella Nightflyers presents a dark, gory, and unsettling misfire.
The second half of Vikings season 5 kicks off with Ivar reveling in his victory, Rollo shakes things up for a displaced Bjorn, and Lagertha.
Park Chan-wook’s television adaptation of John le Carré’s The Little Drummer Girl is a stylish and provocative thriller that does the author proud.
Ben Still returns to TV to direct Escape at Dannemora, which boasts an all-star cast including Benicio Del Toro, Patricia Arquette, and Paul Dano.
With stars Diego Luna and Michael Peña, Narcos: Mexico is the new gold standard for a TV reboot as it becomes one of Netflix’s best.
YouTube Premium delivers the visually impressive Origin, a mashup of similar sci-fi films and television shows that’s fun enough to watch.
Season 2 of Nat Geo’s hybrid scripted drama Mars takes a deep dive into the competing interests looking to learn and profit from the Red Planet.
HBO delivers Sally4Ever, a black-hearted comedy from creator, writer, and star Julia Davis that will test the patience of nearly everyone watching.
Season 2 of Amazon’s eccentric, funny, and well-crafted Patriot compresses the first season into a more streamlined and sometime more effective story.
Amazon’s adaptation of the popular podcast Homecoming becomes a smart, tightly wound paranoid thriller under the direction of Sam Esmail.
SYFY’s Channel Zero returns season 4, The Dream Door, which takes the series into a highly effective and viscerally frightening style of horror.
Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina mixes camp and horror to deliver another darkly entertaining teen series from Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.
Richard Madden stars in Bodyguard, a superb, fast-paced political thriller that puts the former King in the North in modern day conspiracy.
House of Cards' final season puts Robin Wright in the driver’s seat, to challenge the patriarchy and possibly pay for the Underwoods’ crimes.
The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror returns with an anemic offering that opts to spoof a handful of familiar movies rather than dig into actual horror.
ABC’s The Rookie proves more than a vehicle for star Nathan Fillion, as the series premiere offers up a well-balanced and entertaining cop show.
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.