A familiar voice cast returns for this bold, heartfelt, self-referential new take on a much-loved story.
Elizabeth Debicki and Imelda Staunton return in the final season of Netflix’s once-adored, recently iffy historical drama.
Nathan Fielder, Emma Stone, and Benny Safdie can’t save this exhausting new satire, which is now on Showtime.
Bailey and Matt Bomer co-star in this heady, tension-soaked, fantastic take on the Lavender Scare.
The second season of Robert Kirkman’s superhero series makes a point of sticking close to the comic books on which it’s based, but that’s not always a good thing.
Larson stars in the new Apple TV+ series – her first lead role on the small screen since 2011 – as a chemist turned cooking show host.
Mike Flanagan’s latest Netflix horror series remixes the prolific works of Edgar Allan Poe to create a funny, fantastic, f—ked up story about the rot of modern capitalism.
Loki season 2 is narratively messy and spreads its ensemble thin, but its quirky comedic tone and fantastic visuals go a long way.
By Chris Coffel
Paranormal cases, alien abductions, and sexual tension between horny FBI agents. These are the top ten episodes of The X-Files.