First it was a book, then a movie. Now, it's an HBO show.
Normal People author Sally Rooney's first book, Conversations with Friends, comes to Hulu on Sunday.
In 2001, Kathleen Peterson was found dead in her Durham, N.C., home. Her husband, Michael, was accused of her murder, and a Netflix documentary followed. Now, a new HBO Max series revisits the case.
The Paramount Plus show, a prequel to the classic '60s series, offers stripped-down, back-to-basics Trek storytelling and a charming cast.
It's likely Ozark will be remembered as more of a clever thrill ride than a series with a coherent message.
Between questionable casting choices, a thin storyline, and a glowing portrayal of one of the show's own producers, The Offer isn't worth 10 hours.
Lots of shows come back for a second season without a clear purpose. The Flight Attendant finds one.
The HBO miniseries is a funny, nightmarish twist on parenthood and familial trauma.
While the experimental series has a star-studded cast — including Issa Rae and Nicole Kidman — its directors meld the fantastical with the real.
If you hated this family before, The Kardashians won't change your mind. But the show humanizes them.
AMC's new series takes a detailed look at the intersection of crime, policing and the courts. But while its story is compelling, 61st Street is ultimately marred by a script that seems too obvious.
Confronted with the mess she's made at her startup Theranos, Holmes simply runs at the end of the Hulu show.
HBO's new eight-part series follows an American crime reporter who intends to take Japanese journalism by storm — but first must learn how to navigate the churning opacity of 1990s Tokyo.
'Julia' examines Julia Child's ascent to celebrity.
Mick Herron's Slough House books center on a ragtag crew of intelligence officers who've blown their careers through bungling or bad luck. The first of those novels is now a clever Apple TV+ series.