Season 4 of The Magicians is the start of a new beginning for the fantasy series, as the students face off against some insurmountable odds.
Season 2 of CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Discovery takes the crew closer to the original series, with Captain Pike and Spock leading the charge.
Season 3 of Amazon’s The Grand Tour kicks off with Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond drag racing muscle cars in the Motor City.
Sundance Now and Shudder premiere the UK series A Discovery of Witches, a sharp-looking, albeit occasionally cheesy supernatural romance.
SYFY’s Deadly Class TV series takes a faithful approach to its adaptation of Rick Remender and Wesley Craig’s unique, eye-popping comic books.
YouTube Premium’s action comedy Wayne delivers a funny, gritty, and charming coming-of-age story that has as a lot more heart than you’d think.
Season 2 of Marvel’s The Punisher puts Frank Castle on the hero track, to battle religious zealots and new version of familiar enemy Jigsaw.
FOX adapts Justin Cronin’s vampire apocalypse novels with The Passage, taking a slow but steady approach to the sweeping, decades-long narrative.
Nat Geo’s tech series, Valley of the Boom, recalls the birth of Silicon Valley and dotcoms, through the eyes of those who actually lived it.
A humbler True Detective returns after several years away, featuring a powerful lead performance by Mahershala Ali and some familiar tricks.
Season 2 of Hulu’s gross-out sci-fi comedy Future Man returns with a more ambitious approach to its story of time travel gone hilariously awry.
Amazon delivers a smart, captivating crime thriller in the UK series Informer, which welcomes the talented newcomer Nabhaan Rizwan to TV.
History teams with Robert Zemeckis for the UFO drama Project Blue Book, which may just fill The X-Files-sized hole in the hearts of sci-fi fans.
At the beginning of its final season, Gotham not only readies the world for the Batman, but it also finally shows why Jim Gordon was always its lead.
Season 2 of FOX’s The Orville scales back on spoofing Star Trek and teasing adventure to find it is better at telling a series of personal stories.
Showtime’s Black Monday offers a high-energy performance from Don Cheadle and a frenetic comedic style that enjoys its depiction of excess.