While the second season is far from perfect, it's miles more accessible and spirited than the first.
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Author: Liz Baessler
The Nick Frost-led horror-comedy series has lots of potential but not much substance.
The Netflix miniseries is fashionable, cerebral, and possibly the most fun you can have watching chess.
The new AMC series has some great performances, but its what-if scenario gets old fast.
The Netflix original is barely consistent with itself, much less the novel it's based on.
Hilary Swank's mission to Mars dwells more than it should on what she left behind.
The murder-for-hire series treads some familiar territory but gives its stars room to play off each other.
The BBC Three series coming to Hulu struggles with tone and pacing, but has some stellar performances.
The forever-convoluted time travel drama leaves you understanding (more or less) what actually happened.
The structure of the episode is obvious at times, but BMO remains uniquely delightful.