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.
National Geographic’s six-part miniseries The Hot Zone brings the nonfiction book to life, in a scary thriller that traces the origins of Ebola.
DC Universe delivers Swamp Thing, a bloody horror story that provides plenty of atmosphere, but doesn’t know what to do with its title character.
Netflix’s new drama What/If delivers a psychosexual drama with Renée Zellweger in the lead as a manipulative businesswoman with a secret agenda.
The long-awaited second season of Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag is a welcome return to form for Amazon’s funny and moving tragicomedy.
Hulu’s Catch-22 is a darkly funny satire of of the horror of war, focused on the soldiers fighting it and the absurd bureaucracies running it.
Netflix’s The Society wants to be a modern-day YA retelling of Lord of the Flies, but only some of its many big ideas actually pan out.
Season 3 of Amazon’s underrated con artist drama Sneaky Pete turns things upside down with Marius’s past rapidly catching up with his present.
The finale of National Geographic’s Hostile Planet ends in the harshest environment on Earth, one that’s being seriously threatened by climate change.
Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini deliver terrific performances in Dead To Me, Netflix’s overly twisty dark comedy from Liz Feldman.
At the end of its five-season run, FOX’s Gotham delivers a typically campy hour that misses the mark when it comes to bringing Batman into the fold.
Netflix’s Chambers is a slow-paced drama that flirts with horror and an exploration of grief and identity, but struggles to keep its ideas engaging.
Season 2 of YouTube Premium’s original series Cobra Kai takes the Karate Kid storyline further, with an exploration of its various father figures.
Amazon’s trusty cop show Bosch returns for season 5, and in doing so tackles the opioid crisis along with more issues from its main detective’s past.
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.