The second installment of this fantasy-comedy series based on the work of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett is an expansive, winning love story.
Raylan Givens takes on Detroit in the welcome, excellent revival season of FX’s neo-Western drama.
Five seasons in, the FX vampire comedy isn’t the sharpest it’s ever been, but it’s still worth a watch thanks to its always-stellar cast.
Apple TV’s genre-hopping mystery comedy returns for a star-studded, streamlined second season that’s better than the first.
A compelling and unusual kidnapping plot is hampered by messy writing in the latest Max miniseries.
Season 3 of Netflix’s The Witcher features more beasts, more political scheming, and a surprisingly enjoyable bit of found family bonding.
FX and Hulu’s The Bear returns with a new season that’s full of wisdom, beauty, and, yes, all the stress you’d expect from a chaotic restaurant makeover.
The second season of the best Star Trek show on Paramount+ features some very high highs and a delightful performance from Spock actor Ethan Peck.
Apple TV’s muddled new drama benefits from an A-List cast, but it’s not enough to make it worth a watch.