Dick Wolf takes his television procedural machine to CBS with FBI, a mostly by the numbers drama that will appeal to fans of Law & Order.
Lethal Weapon takes its best shot at replacing Clayne Crawford’s Martin Riggs with Seann William Scott’s new character and chaos ensues.
FOX’s Marvel mutant drama The Gifted puts the family drama on the back burner to focus more on a comic book-inspired story in season 2.
CBS’s rebooted Magnum P.I. series boasts plenty of action and a style, but it lacks a distinct personality that would make it a standout.
Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors is an entertaining animated film that turns a diverse group of powered teens into the next group of superheroes.
Netflix’s Cary Fukunaga-directed Maniac boasts an impressive cast with Emma Stone and Jonah Hill, but never quite adds up to something significant.
Monk creator Andry Breckman heads to Netflix with The Good Cop, a routine police drama that struggles to define itself outside of Tony Danza’s part.
The Walking Dead season 9 premiere feels like the fresh start the series needs, trading grim wartime for a peaceful period of growth and reflection.
Season 2 of American Vandal takes Netflix’s whip-smart true-crime mockumentary to some new highs and some hilarious new lows.
Hulu’s The First takes a clinical look at the first crewed mission to Mars, but adds a human component that also makes it an affecting drama.
Season 5 of Netflix's BoJack Horseman takes stock of its animated character’s past, evaluating his past behavior in the #MeToo era.
Fred Armisen and Maya Rudolph star in Amazon’s new series Forever, one of the most unexpected comedies to hit television this year.
Hulu’s Stephen King universe series Castle Rock ends an uneven first season with a perplexing finale that’s mostly interested in what’s next.
Lil Rel Howery’s FOX sitcom makes use of a tremendous supporting cast to deliver a pilot episode that is both confident and funny.
HBO’s ‘70s-set porn industry drama The Deuce returns for an even more focused second season that puts women in charge of the narrative.
Jim Carrey and Michel Gondry reunite for Showtime’s Kidding, an uneven comedy that is nevertheless fascinating on account of its star’s performance.
Season 13 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia tackles Dennis’s absence head-on, and finds a suitable solution to the gang’s problem.
Iron Fist Season 2 is an improvement over its disastrous first season, but lingering storytelling issues stall the series' rehabilitation.