Voltron: Legendary Defender shifts focus as the Paladins fight to free their home in one of the most thrilling battles the series has ever produced.
Amazon’s Agatha Christie adaptation Ordeal By Innocence delivers a new take on the twisty whodunit, with an outstanding cast and quality production.
Marvel Rising: Initiation teases the launch of Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors with a series of episodic shorts with an emphasis on inclusivity.
AMC’s new series, Lodge 49, finds great results in the inexplicably charming intersection of deadbeat surfer comedy and secret society intrigue.
The season 4 premiere of Better Call Saul sees grief push Jimmy ever closer to becoming the sleazy lawyer fans have been waiting to finally emerge.
HBO’s Succession ends its first season with one of the strongest episodes of the year, making it a frontrunner for best new show of 2018.
Adult Swim's Venture Bros. season 7 premiere is an absolute riot, with morbid humor and deep callbacks as only The Venture Bros. can do them.
Season 2 of USA’s The Sinner becomes an unnerving investigation into a commune that’s bolstered by the presence of Carrie Coon.
Hulu and its charming relationship dramedy Casual go their separate ways, delivering an entertaining and emotional eight-episode binge.
The absurdist comedy Swedish Dicks returns for season 2, with plenty of weird cases to solve and the occasional appearance by Keanu Reeves.
After a lengthy delay, Cinemax delivers season 2 of the Robert Kirkman-created Outcast, bringing with it plenty of ominous atmosphere.
NBC’s true-crime spoof Trial & Error returns for a silly second season that replaces John Lithgow with the excellent Kristen Chenoweth.
Sacha Baron Cohen’s Who Is America? is a return to the interview-style comedy that made him famous, but it what it reveals is depressingly familiar.
Hulu’s Castle Rock features plenty of callbacks to the works of Stephen King, but its leisurely pace and hazy narrative limit the fun.
HBO’s summer event series, Sharp Objects, is beautifully grim story packed with tremendous performances from Amy Adams and Patricia Clarkson.
The series finale of SYFY’s 12 Monkeys works to untangle the complex web of its own narrative, while also delivering an earned emotional conclusion.
Neftlix’s second helping of the food/travel series Somebody Feed Phil delivers more savory eats in incredible locations, but rarely goes beyond that.
Season 2 of Netflix’s GLOW brings a bigger storyline, more wrestling, and more comedy, asserting itself as one of the best things on TV right now.
In its season 3 finale, The Expanse alters the dimensions of the narrative, expanding the kind of storytelling the series is capable of telling.