The Conners Is the Roseanne Revival We Should Have Had
Instead of making hay of culture war flashpoints, the spinoff stays focused on the family’s bleakly circumscribed reality.
Big Mouth Is So Good It Almost Makes You Miss Middle School“Hormone monsters” and cartoon genitalia enliven a compassionate and nuanced depiction of teenage turmoil.
Building a Hollywood Where Everyone Can SucceedCrazy Ex-Girlfriend and The Devil Wears Prada’s Aline Brosh McKenna explains how she succeeded in film and television, and how she is helping others do the same.
Tom Arnold, #Resistance AmbassadorArnold is the perfect #Resistance ambassador for people who are attracted to volume and chest-thumping confidence.
The Dragon Prince Is an Engrossing Fantasy Set in a World As Diverse As Our OwnThe Last Airbender’s Aaron Ehasz returns with a worthy successor to the animated classic.
This Is AmericaSacha Baron Cohen’s most dangerous Who Is America? skits don’t prey on politeness. They let their targets show who they really are.
The Bold Type Is Getting Better and Better. Too Bad Its Main Character Isn’t.Season 2 is a big improvement. There’s just one problem.
Castle Rock Is a Smart, Addictive Dive Into Stephen King’s World and WorkThe Hulu anthology is thick with references, but it’s not just for hardcore fans.
UnReal Drops One More Bomb on Its Way Out the DoorThe behind-the-scenes drama goes after Bachelor in Paradise in its final season.
Netflix Broke HBO’s 18-Year Emmy Nominations Streak. What Does That Mean for the Future of TV?In the game of Emmys, you grow or you die.
The Romanoffs Is Prestige TV at Movie LengthSome episodes merit Mad Men–style dissection, but others are just bloated and lethargic.
In The Good Place Season 3, God Is a Helicopter ParentThe brilliant NBC sitcom reinvents itself again, but the struggle remains the same.
The Creators of Forever Don’t Want You to Know What It’s Actually AboutBut “spoiling” this Amazon series means revealing it’s not nearly as surprising or adventurous as it thinks it is.
American Vandal Season 2 Is Like a Penis Graffitied on a Brand-New CarHilarious, if not quite as ingenious as the first time you saw it.
Netflix Has Made Kim’s Convenience a Word-of-Mouth SensationBut what’s lost when you translate Korean immigrant life into sitcom tropes?
America to Me Is a Worthy Follow-up to Hoop DreamsSteve James’ panoramic portrait of racial inequality at one Illinois high school is no less epic, but you may still want more.
Matt Groening’s New Show Is Basically Futurama in the PastDisenchantment is comfort food for Simpsons and Futurama fans.
Random Acts of Flyness Is a Playful, Radical Exploration of BlacknessThe mixed-media HBO series taps into a realness that goes beyond what’s just “fly.”
The Hosts Make Making ItThis new reality show about crafting benefits from the best hosts you could ask for: Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman.
In Its First Season, Pose Revealed That It’s the Queer Full HouseThe wholesome FX series is queering the family drama.
The Odd Couple Who Give Nailed It! Its Gooey CenterThe Netflix series should have gone stale, but the chemistry between Nicole Byer and Jacques Torres keeps it fresh.