Previously On is our recurring series of reviews of TV shows that are returning for subsequent seasons.
Season four of HBO’s Succession is satisfying, surprising, and a great showcase for season MVP Sarah Snook.
Showtime’s possibly-supernatural survival thriller returns with an intense second season that’s even better than the first.
Award-winning hit Ted Lasso should be returning on top of the world, but the new season might be suffering from a case of the yips.
In its second season, HBO’s stylish, steadily-paced show Perry Mason returns to take on a case with racism and conspiracy at its core.
Thirteen years after it ended, the cult favorite Starz show Party Down returns at the top of its game.
Dead To Me is back for a surprising and emotional final season, and the series ends on a definite high note.
Scripts that lack subtlety and a focus on all the wrong characters make this the weakest season in the series’ often fantastic run.
The White Lotus season two introduces a whole new cast of characters for a compelling, if not quite bitingly satirical, trip to Sicily.
After an inconsistent third season, the FX vampire comedy What We Do in the Shadows is back in top form.