Transparent Season 3 Review: A Sweetly Awkward Family Reunion
Bull Review: Michael Weatherly's New Legal Drama Delivers a Mixed Verdict
CBS has a formula for its dramas, and it works: Combine an old-fashioned crime procedural with new-fangled gadgetry, and watch the syndication bucks roll in. READ MORE
This Is Us Review: Yes, Parenthood Fans, It's Safe to Cry Again
It’s been a year and a half now since Parenthood went off the air (RIP, Zeek), and it left a gaping void on NBC — and all the major networks, really — in the heartfelt-family-drama category. READ MORE
Designated Survivor Review: POTUSing Comes Too Easily for Kiefer Sutherland
MacGyver Review: With Paper Clips, No Chewing Gum (Yet!), CBS Reboots Mac
When we first laid eyes on Don’t-Call-Me-Angus MacGyver, he was sporting a ridiculous pom-pom hat while scaling a cliff to track down a stolen missile, which he proceeded to defuse using, yes, a paper clip.
Jump ahead almost exactly 31 years READ MORE
The Exorcist Review: What the Hell? Maybe the Devil Made Them Do It?
There’s a moment in the pilot for The Exorcist that is so spine-tingling and cool that it actually gave me goosebumps. Unfortunately, the reason the moment is so creeptastically effective has nothing to do with this show READ MORE
The Good Place Review: Kristen Bell's New Comedy Is Almost Heaven
What happens when we die? It’s a big, complicated question that doesn’t really lend itself to a jokey sitcom. READ MORE
Queen Sugar Series Premiere: Are You Sweet on OWN's New Family Drama?
Atlanta Review: Donald Glover's FX Series Has Smooth, Engaging Cadence
FX’s Atlanta is most distinct for what it isn’t, than what it is.
It’s a half-hour in format, but it’d be misleading to deem it a comedy. And though it revolves around a young man shepherding his cousin’s music career, this is a world away from Empire. READ MORE