Grease: Live Review: Fox's Magical Remake Had Groove, It Had Meaning
The biggest challenge for any remake/reboot/reimagining is putting some distance between itself and its beloved source material.
It's Not Too Late to Get Obsessed With BBC America's London Spy
Here’s who absolutely must watch (or DVR) Episode 2 of London Spy (airing tonight at 10/9c on BBC America) — right after On-Demanding Episode 1: READ MORE
Review: American Crime Story's O.J. Saga Is a Striking, Suspenseful Look at the 'Trial of the Century'
Four episodes into American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, FX’s dramatized examination of the famous murder case, Faye Resnick’s tell-all about her friendship with murder victim Nicole Brown Simpson hits bookstores. READ MORE
Lucifer Review: The Devil Is Hot — His Cases, Not So Much
“I didn’t leave Hell just to step into another one,” huffs Fox’s newest crime solver Lucifer, complaining about being called in to investigate the murder of a security guard who’s neither interesting nor handsome. READ MORE
The Magicians Review: Syfy's Answer to Harry Potter Has Its Own Nifty Tricks
If Syfy’s The Magicians goes “poof!” and disappears after its first season, it won’t be for lack of ambition. READ MORE
X-Files Review: Once the Revival Finds Its Rhythm, It's a Spooky Good Time
Psst, you — yes, you. Listen up, because I don’t have much time before this transmission is intercepted.
Baskets Review: Zach Galifianakis' Clown Comedy Is a Funny Little Thing
There’s a scene in the pilot episode of Baskets that could serve as a litmus test of sorts to determine whether you’ll find FX’s new Zach Galifianakis vehicle hilarious, horrific or a little of both. READ MORE
Billions Review: Showtime's Financial Drama Comes Up a Few Dollars Short
Something tells me Bobby Axelrod, the hedge-fund king played by Homeland‘s Damian Lewis in Showtime’s new drama Billions, wouldn’t have been a fan of Bob Barker’s old Price Is Right signoff (you know, the one about having your pet spayed or neutered). READ MORE
Colony Review: USA Network's Alien-Occupation Thriller Is Packed With Anxious Moments
Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean an alien drone isn’t about to hunt you down and send you to “The Factory,” a great big prison camp (quite literally) in the sky.