High Fidelity Review: Hulu's Reboot Is a Charmingly Lo-Fi Take on Heartbreak
The Thing About Harry Review: Freeform's Belated Gay Valentine Is Heartwarming, If Not Groundbreaking
Interrogation Review: 'Choose Your Own Adventure' CBS All Access Drama Serves Gimmick Better Than Its Story
With so much television to choose from, networks are struggling to find ways to make their series stand out. This is the case with CBS All Access’ Interrogation, a gimmicky procedural that allows viewers to watch episodes in any order they please. READ MORE
Briarpatch Review: Is USA's Neo-Noir Hard-Boiled, or Just Overcooked?
The fact that USA Network’s new murder-mystery Briarpatch is set in a steamy Texas border town known as Saint Disgrace is a big clue about what’s to follow. It’s a conspicuously quirky setting for a conspicuously quirky show READ MORE
Locke & Key Review: Is the Fox-Turned-Movie-Turned-Hulu-Turned-Netflix Adaptation Worth the 10-Year Wait?
Locke & Key, the comic book series written by Joe Hill and illustrated by Gabriel Rodríguez for IDW, has been eyed for one live-action adaptation or another (…or another) for nearly a decade. In the end, Netflix is the one to bring it to life. Was it worth the wait? READ MORE
McMillions Review: HBO Docuseries Is a Delicious Look at a Ridiculous Scam
Even if you already know the story of the rigged McDonald’s Monopoly game (which was covered extensively by The Daily Beast in 2018), HBO’s McMillions documentary series is a fun, informative and highly entertaining look into one strange scam. READ MORE
Star Trek: Picard Review: Is the New Trek More Than Just a Nostalgia Trip?
When we catch up with Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: Picard, nearly two decades after we last saw him at the helm of the Enterprise, the former starship captain is living an idyllic life, sipping wine on his French vineyard and enjoying the company of his loyal dog (delightfully named Number One). READ MORE