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.
Which Bob's Burgers character do you relate to the most? Are you an ISFP like Teddy or an ENFP like Gene? check out our list and find out!
When it comes to Breaking Bad and its spin-off prequel, nobody's forcing anybody to pick teams—but here are a few things Better Call Saul did better.
Timeless comes to an end (for real this time), wrapping up its many storylines and character threads in a two-hour event that should satisfy fans.
Season 2 of Marvel’s Runaways wants more intrigue and adventure, but the show's aversion to risk taking hamstrings its storytelling potential.
Amazon Prime Video premieres the web series Bunkheads, an unfunny attempt to turn the zombie apocalypse into a worthwhile situational comedy.
The Starz sci-fi spy drama Counterpart returns for season 2 with a superb premiere that examines the fallout of the events of season 1.
FOX’s X-Men series The Gifted takes a big step forward with its fall finale, opening the door for a new wave of mutants when the series returns.
SYFY’s limited series adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s science fiction novella Nightflyers presents a dark, gory, and unsettling misfire.
The second half of Vikings season 5 kicks off with Ivar reveling in his victory, Rollo shakes things up for a displaced Bjorn, and Lagertha.
Park Chan-wook’s television adaptation of John le Carré’s The Little Drummer Girl is a stylish and provocative thriller that does the author proud.
Ben Still returns to TV to direct Escape at Dannemora, which boasts an all-star cast including Benicio Del Toro, Patricia Arquette, and Paul Dano.
With stars Diego Luna and Michael Peña, Narcos: Mexico is the new gold standard for a TV reboot as it becomes one of Netflix’s best.
YouTube Premium delivers the visually impressive Origin, a mashup of similar sci-fi films and television shows that’s fun enough to watch.