Netflix’s German time travel series Dark returns with its second season, and the series makes a play at becoming the streamer’s weirdest show yet.
Season 2 of Taylor Sheridan’s Yellowstone finds room for some levity and cowboy hijinks before it reminds viewers just how somber a show it can be.
Hulu turns its international acquisition, Das Boot, into a satisfying eight-episode binge-watch for those looking for an entertaining historical yarn.
Showtime’s City on a Hill stars Kevin Bacon as a corrupt FBI agent who helps institute change in Boston’s political machine in the ‘90s.
HBO’s Euphoria presents a heightened, borderline apocalyptic look at teenage life in 2019, one that aims to provoke as much as it entertains.
Nat Geo WILD’s Secrets of the Zoo season 2 offers the audience unprecedented access to life with zoo animals and those who care for them.
Amazon premieres Too Old To Die Young, from Nicolas Winding Refn, a brilliant, gritty Los Angeles crime drama that sometimes wanders into abstraction.
Cinemax’s new series Jett makes terrific use of Carla Gugino as a career criminal, in a stylish neo-noir that will remind viewers of Elmore Leonard.
Season 2 of SYFY’s Superman prequel series Krypton sends Seg-El on a far-flung journey through space, while Zod’s quest of domination begins.
Netflix’s YA series Trinkets, based on the novel of the same name, delivers a charming story of unlikely friendship born of illicit behavior.
The third and final season of Jessica Jones is also the last Marvel series on Netflix, and it clearly wants to linger on the streaming service.
HBO’s former limited series Big Little Lies returns for season 2 with Meryl Streep as a noticeably different show, one that’s still very good.
Black Mirror returns for a shortened season 5 that offers a mix of lighter fare in the vein of recent hits, but also returns to its darker roots.
Season 5 of Luther brings Idris Elba and more back, as creator Neil Cross delves even deeper into his signature gritty and bleak storytelling.
AMC’s adaptation of Joe Hill’s vampire novel NOS4A2 is a genre misfire that struggles to balance its campiness with its intended level of horror.
Season 5 of Fear the Walking Dead continues Morgan’s plan to help others in the apocalypse, and discovers not everyone wants a helping hand.
Amazon’s Good Omens adapts Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s fantasy novel, but winds up delivering an apocalyptic comedy that’s a bit of a mixed bag.
Archer 1999 offers a sci-fi setting for everyone’s favorite animated spy, as the crew ventures into the void of outer space for some solid laughs.