A surfeit of characters, ideas, themes — and familiar writerly tics — obscures the storytelling in the opening episodes of HBO's new series about Victorian women granted special powers.
Amazon's new anthology series, executive produced by Lena Waithe, unrelentingly explores "terror in America."
A three-part PBS documentary probes deeply into Ernest Hemingway's life and his writings. Among those featured are each of his four wives, who shed light on the author's troubled personal life.
HBO's documentary on Tina Turner is presented as the 81-year-old singer's final word on her expansive life and career — a history she finds difficult to talk about.
A stellar voice cast helps ground this fantastical tale of a fledgling superhero's first forays into a job where the stakes — and the violence — are all too real.
The nine-part series airing on Apple TV+ is a science fiction story that plays out as a series of phone calls between people confronted with a strange series of events.
This four-part TV series isn't merely unfolding a crime story —it offers a metaphor for the troubled soul of Northern Ireland, two decades after the Troubles supposedly ended.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry talked to Oprah Winfrey about darkest moments, family conflicts, the persistence of racism and the symbiosis between the royal family and the tabloid press.
The Disney+ series WandaVision aired its season finale this week; critic Eric Deggans calls it a comic nerd's dream that's also accessible to audiences who may not know all the Marvel comics lore.
The finale of WandaVision wrapped up a moving story of loss and grief. And, less importantly, there was a bunch of action.
Netflix's new animated series takes the cheesiness out of Guillermo del Toro's giant-robots-vs.-giant-monsters franchise; more's the pity.
Directed by Amy Poehler, the new Netflix film longs to stretch beyond its limits to be an inclusive look at feminism in teenagers, but its story works best when it keeps its ambitions modest.
Netflix's new six-part miniseries starts out as a romantic drama but quickly spins into something else entirely. If you like stories that pull the rug out from under you ... don't miss this.
The Netflix series about a young single mom and her teenage daughter has drawn comparisons to Gilmore Girls. It's messier than that.
A new TV series brings Superman (and Lois) back to the small screen — with a twist. This time, they're small-town parents trying to raise teenagers and deal with ordinary (and not-so-ordinary) life.