Best & Worst New Fall Shows: TVLine's Staff Shares Its Picks... and Passes
Another Fall TV season is nearly upon us… and it looks absolutely nothing like any of its predecessors.
You may have heard something about a pandemic that has turned the world on its head READ MORE & VIEW PICKS!
Ratched Review: Netflix's Gory Melodrama Is Too Cuckoo to Endure
Really, was anyone out there crying out for a Nurse Ratched origin story? The trailers for Netflix’s Ratched — premiering this Friday, Sept. 18; I’ve seen the first four episodes READ MORE
Woke Review: Lamorne Morris Draws You Into Hulu's Sharp, Timely Satire
Keef Knight just wants to “keep it light,” OK? He’s a Black cartoonist living in ultra-progressive San Francisco READ MORE
Perry Mason Review: A TV Icon Is Born in HBO's Darkly Compelling Prequel
A dark, gritty reboot of the golden oldie Perry Mason? At first, it sounds like a joke, or like a Jack Donaghy idea from 30 Rock. READ MORE
Love, Victor Review: Hulu's Feel-Good Sequel Series Plays It a Little Too Safe
It’s been just over two years since the theatrical release of Love, Simon, the 2018 rom-com that broke new ground as the first major studio film to center on a gay teen romance. The movie is a charming and READ MORE
Snowpiercer Review: TNT Series Offers a Different Kind of Ride Than 2013 Film
Snowpiercer‘s four-and-a-half year journey to the small screen ends on Sunday, May 17, when it pulls into the proverbial station at TNT. When all is said and done, was it the little engine that could? Or not quite? READ MORE
Hollywood Review: Ryan Murphy's Showbiz Fable Gets Lost in Dreamland
I’ll say this about Ryan Murphy’s new Netflix drama Hollywood: The costumes are fantastic. READ MORE
Too Hot to Handle Left Me Cold: Here's Why Netflix's Dating Experiment Failed
Warning: This post contains spoilers for all eight episodes of Netflix’s Too Hot to Handle.
Let me state this upfront: I am a certified dating show junkie. READ MORE
The Eddy Review: Netflix's Jazz-Infused Drama Finds Its Own Unique Rhythm
The Eddy feels like the kind of series that only Netflix would shell out the money to make these days: an artsy, atmospheric slice of life set at a Parisian jazz club and shot largely in French that lingers over its characters like stubborn cigarette smoke. READ MORE
DC's Stargirl Review: Gung-Ho Teen Brightens Up TV's Superhero Scene
DC’s Stargirl is here to brighten up the sometimes-brooding superhero scene with a weekly, multiplatform rollout on DC Universe (starting May 18) and The CW (premiering Tuesday, May 19). But when all is said and done, will the gung-ho teen’s biggest adversary be oh-so-serious supervillains? READ MORE