Aidy Bryant shines in Hulu’s new comedy Shrill, a funny and winning story about a young woman learning just how comfortable she is in her own body.
Now Apocalypse, the new surreal comedy from writer-director Gregg Araki, offers a wild LA coming-of-age story with just a hint of apocalyptic portent.
The season 2 premiere of Starz’s American Gods moves the story forward incrementally, nearly justifying the absurdly long wait for new episodes.
The season 1 finale of Rooster Teeth’s anime gen:LOCK relies on an extended battle sequence that delivers the best of what the series has to offer.
Amazon’s The Widow features a terrific performance from Kate Beckinsale, but one that’s stymied by a slow pace and unnecessary subplots.
ABC’s Whiskey Cavalier makes having fun its first priority, and that results in a charming new series staring Scott Foley and Lauren Cohan.
With the season 2 finale, Counterpart (tentatively) wraps up its inter-dimensional spy game with a hasty conclusion leaving the door open for more.
Netflix premieres the weird heroes of Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá’s The Umbrella Academy, delivering a weird and highly entertaining new series.
Steve Buscemi and Daniel Radcliffe headline the new TBS limited series Miracle Workers, a workplace comedy that make heaven look like anything but.
DC Universe premieres Doom Patrol, its second streaming series featuring Z-list heroes and a tone more in keeping with the service’s mature ambitions.
AMC hits the highways once again for a third season of Ride with Norman Reedus, as he welcomes the cast of The Walking Dead to his travels.
Hulu’s PEN15 delivers a very funny coming-of-age comedy that makes smart use of its adult actors playing 13-year-old versions of themselves.
Amazon delivers the UK murder mystery White Dragon, a complicated noir thriller with compelling performances from John Simm and Anthony Wong.
HBO Asia brings Folklore, its new horror anthology series, to the United States for some relatively simple and occasionally satisfying scares.
Netflix’s Russian Doll is a smart dark comedy starring Natasha Lyonne that’s far more than a rehash of Happy Death Day or Groundhog Day.
Amazon delivers Agatha Christie’s The ABC Murders, which finds John Malkovich in the role of a darker, more introspective Hercule Poirot.
TNT’s period noir I Am the Night features a terrific performance from Chris Pine, but the series’ otherwise dull story struggles to match his energy.
Rooster Teeth premieres gen:LOCK the new anime series that features Michael B. Jordan and an all-star cast, but lacks a compelling story.
Strike Back returns to Cinemax for season 6, which offers up more of what the show does best: some of the most explosive action sequences on TV.