Insecure portrays Black joy and pain and struggle without the typical storytelling cliches. The final season of Issa Rae's show works as well as ever.
Alex has vanished after Vegas, and the whole team wants to know where she went. Bradley and Laura find their relationship outed, and Stella struggles to find her footing.
The third season of Succession kicks off with the entire Roy family, plus some of their associates, on the road to ruin. We rank the characters in order of the speed at which they are hurtling along.
There's a kind of satisfaction that comes from something living up to your expectations. But there's a different kind of pleasure that only being surprised by your own reactions can bring.
Alex has pain and is a pain, Bradley works her way through her new relationship, Cory experiences a very late conversion to having a conscience, and Mitch wears cozy clothes in quarantine.
The new miniseries, adapted from journalist Beth Macy's critically acclaimed book, shows opioid addiction ravaging one rural Virginia town.
It's a wrap on Season 2, as Ted leads his team through one last game, Roy and Keeley feel their way through some challenges, and Sam makes a decision.
Bradley and Laura are sitting in a tree, T-A-L-K-I-N-G. Alex doesn't want to moderate the debate, and even though Bradley and Daniel both desperately want to moderate it, Cory only wants her.
In his new Netflix special, Dave Chappelle tries — and often fails — to justify button-pushing jokes about gay people, transgender people and feminists.
The songs in the widely panned Netflix musical that sings and dances its way through Princess Diana's tragic life are not all alike — and we're here to put them all in their proper place.
Netflix's new 10-part series, which is based on Stephanie Land's best-selling memoir, tells the story of a woman who leaves her husband in the middle of the night, then gets a job as a maid-for-hire.
The show's focus on important subjects makes for compelling viewing. But much from the first two episodes feels like a stitched-together pastiche of items from The Daily Show.
It's Sharon's last day, and Ted is trying to cope. Meanwhile, a business proposition from a billionaire puts Rebecca in a bind, and we get some distressing news about one of the Diamond Dogs.
Shiny new guest star Julianna Margulies shows up to interview Alex and Bradley about their impending reunion, while Mitch enters the heart of his redemption arc.
The new revival of the 1988 series works because it reclaims Black people's part in history.