Sneaky Pete Is Your Next Binge-Watch Show

There are plenty of good dramas out there, but almost no fun dramas. Amazon’s new show manages to be both.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: To Life, To Life, To Suffering

The show takes a smart, sensitive look at how we sometimes ensure our own sorrow — and how we can stop those patterns of pain

The Young Pope Is A Hot, Petulant Asshole — And It’s Jude Law At His Best

But despite being visually stunning and excellently cast, HBO’s new show falls flat

It’s Hard Out Here For An Imperialist

Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence’ asks moviegoers to side with the spiritual suffering of Westerners over the pain of the Japanese peasants they seek to convert

You Should Watch Black-ish’s Essential ‘Lemons’ Episode Before The Inauguration

The show offers a path forward, away from the paralyzing despair that has haunted us since election night

London Slog: Tom Hardy’s Taboo Is A Dickensian Nightmare Gone Wrong

At best, the FX show is faux-enlightened garbage with a White Savior at its heart. At worst, it’s just bad TV.

One Too Many Issues At A Time

Netflix's One Day At A Time reboot is a fresh sitcom bogged down by a loud laugh track and painful jokes

You’re Terminated: On 'The New Celebrity Apprentice’

An unfunny Schwarzenegger desperately tries to fill the seat at the head of the boardroom table

The OA: Stranger, More Interesting Things

Netflix’s surprise mystery series goes deeper than its summer supernatural hit

The Weirdly Irrelevant Show About Nazis Conquering America

Season 2 of Amazon’s ‘The Man in the High Castle’ doesn’t shed much light on our current political climate

2016 Was TV's Most Diverse Year Ever — And Not Coincidentally, One Of Its Best

Television extended its Golden Age by telling stories about all kinds of people

The Top 10 TV Episodes Of 2016 (And The Top 20 TV Shows Of The Year)

TV continued its streak of innovation and greatness this year, and we needed it more than ever

A Star Is Bored

Lee Daniels's follow-up to 'Empire' is the dull story of a girl group on the rise

The Coca-Cola Kidnapping (And Other Hostage Situations)

Netflix’s doc series ‘Captive’ crisscrosses the globe to find stories of ransoms, prison riots, and Somali pirates

This Is Us Isn’t Comfort TV, It’s Just Boring TV

In a show whose characters are defined only by their pasts, it makes it difficult for us to see — or care about — their futures

Originality Is Not In The Cards For Shut Eye

Hulu’s psychic crime drama feels like a dozen other shows you’ve already seen

Ranking All The Revelations Of The Westworld Season Finale

They really crammed a lot of stuff into those final 98 minutes

Four Questions We Want Answered In The Westworld Finale

What’s Maeve’s endgame? And will they ever make us care more about the characters than the mystery?

Interracial Love In Movies And Television Is Still The Exception, Not The Rule

Pop culture has never been more diverse, so why is Hollywood still so far behind?

Netflix’s 3% Wants To Be A New Hunger Games For These Dystopian Times

The Brazilian show posits a near-future world where a lucky few compete to live in a supposed paradise

Insecure: The Ballad Of Issa And Molly

Issa Rae’s great HBO comedy treats its central friendship like the treasure that it is

‘Chewing Gum’ Is A Late Bloomer’s Hilarious Quest For Sexual Experience

The British comedy toes the fine line between nasty and *nasty* with its lead’s erotic adventures

Search Party: A Mystery Grows In Brooklyn

You'll want to binge on TBS's smartly plotted, biting series about a millennial who goes missing from her gentrified neighborhood

The 'American Horror Story: Roanoke' Finale And Bad Moms

In its final installment, the show abandons its long commitment to monstrous mother figures