Season 2 of The Mandalorian on Disney+ began today. The first new episode of the rollicking space Western takes off immediately with action and new, yet familiar, characters.
Nothing's as it seems in this Amazon series, which (sort of) re-teams Nick Frost and Simon Pegg for a gently funny and sometimes scary tale about a team of paranormal investigators.
Sarah Cooper became famous for TikTok videos in which she lip-synced the president. Now, she's digging deeper into the emotional messes of this year.
Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant can't save this HBO erotic thriller from feeling like a slog.
Netflix's adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's swooning gothic novel strips it of subtext — and sex — and tacks on a ending that misunderstands the "romance" at its center.
Netflix's latest teen melodrama attempts to tackle a lot of social issues and ills at once, to mixed results.
A surfeit of subplots and secondary characters — and a complicated production history — take a minor Marvel occult hero on a journey that turns out to be a dead end.
The follow-up to Netflix's The Haunting of Hill House series may not be as spooky, but it does manage to wrap up its story in a more satisfying manner.
A tech CEO (John Slattery) blows the whistle on his own in A.I., which has gained sentience and set out to destroy the human race in FOX's agreeably cheesy techno-thriller.
Darren Star, who created Younger and Sex And The City, has a new show on Netflix about a young woman who heads to France for the job of her dreams.
Showtime's five-part documentary about the famed Los Angeles club contains plenty of laughs. But it also says a lot about fame, about the drive to succeed, competition and friendship.
Ifeanyi Nsofor reviews the documentary series, Journey Of An African Colony, which confronts a painful past — including involvement in the slave trade — and celebrates the nation's independence.
Netflix's adaptation of Mart Crowley's 1968 play about a gay birthday party that goes off the rails features hard liquor, sharp tongues and broad types.
It feels like a minor miracle that there are so many high-quality shows coming to the small screen this season. Four NPR critics share their picks to keep you entertained during a challenging year.
The new installment of the FX anthology series deals with racism and sexism in 1950 Kansas City. But don't let the period trappings fool you: Fargo's conflicts sizzle with resonance to today's world.