Squid Game: The Challenge is a reality game show based on the sensational South Korean drama series. But this gruesome, creatively misbegotten concept should never have made it past the first meeting.
Professor Ibram X. Kendi's documentary kicks off with a provocative question: What is wrong with Black people?
People may grumble about Apple's higher monthly fee, but there are a lot of original series packed in their lineup that many viewers haven't yet considered.
The Crown shifts seamlessly from highly accurate depictions to invented moments. In its sixth season, deeply personal scenes once again may make viewers wonder if what they're seeing really happened.
Two lonely souls bond over an injured border terrier with thousands of dollars in medical bills in Colin from Accounts — a bawdy, Australian series brimming with life and honesty.
As a Black TV critic who loves Westerns, Eric Deggans really wanted to like this show. But he found the first four episodes were focused on being a Modern Western Epic, at the expense of Reeves' story
Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, Netflix's four-part miniseries tells the story of two young people — one French, one German — in the years before and during the Nazi occupation of France.
The Great British Baking Show has had a long and bumpy ride, but it's finally righted the ship by focusing on the fundamentals.
Minutes into his first episode as guest host on The Daily Show Monday, correspondent Michael Kosta faced a particularly tough challenge.
Bruce Willis is a vulgar, wisecracking man-child, and Cybill Shepherd is a classy tough broad horrified by his shenanigans. But cliché premise notwithstanding: it was a sharp, experimental show.
If your love for Edgar Allan Poe has been gently rapping, rapping at your chamber door, just embrace it and watch Netflix's The Fall of the House of Usher because it is a hoot and a half.
A documentary produced by its subject can come off as hagiography. But The Super Models is a corrective produced by women who were rarely given the opportunity to be seen as complete human beings.
This zippy six-part Paramount+ series, based on a 1983 theft of three tons of gold bars, focuses on the outlaws' efforts to elude capture and legitimize their booty.
The Other Black Girl and Dreaming Whilst Black talk about race, class, gender and upward mobility in compelling ways
As Hollywood's strikes stretch on, viewers are sitting down on the couch and asking: What's next? We scoured the streaming sites to find fantastic new releases as well as great shows worth revisiting.