The Irony of a Soulless ‘His Dark Materials’ Adaptation

The HBO miniseries is an attractive fantasy sorely lacking in the novel's nuance and meaning.

‘Succession’ is Our Favorite Game of CEOs

The HBO satire’s second season finale, "This Is Not For Tears," proves the show belongs in the big leagues.

‘Succession’ Is So Much Funnier Than You Think It Is

One of tv's best comedies has tricked you into thinking it's a drama.

How ‘The Deuce’ Season 3 Sets the Tone of the ’80s with Music

Disco may be dead in the final season of 'The Deuce,' but there's more music to follow.

Rage, Control, and Rituals of Violence in ‘Sharp Objects’

'Sharp Objects' deftly contrasts two kinds of female serial killers and the generations of ritual abuse that tie them together.

Diving Deep Into ‘Euphoria’ with Creator Sam Levinson

We go in-depth on the filmmaking and themes behind this summer's runaway hit with series creator Sam Levinson.

‘Euphoria’ is the Dark Teen Odyssey 2019 Needs

We dive into HBO’s shocking new high school series and explore its depiction of teenage life in 2019.

What to Expect from Russia’s Anti-American ‘Chernobyl’ Series

The acclaimed drama has started a television Cold War. How will the Soviets respond?

In HBO’s ‘Big Little Lies,’ Trauma is the Tie that Binds

With Season two well underway, the Monterey Five and audiences continue grappling with weighted emotions and experiences.

Breaking Down What Makes ‘Chernobyl’ So Damn Good

To understand what makes the nuclear docudrama 'Chernobyl' so good, it helps to take a stroll down memory lane.