Previously On is our recurring series of reviews of TV shows that are returning for subsequent seasons.
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.
Loki season 2 is narratively messy and spreads its ensemble thin, but its quirky comedic tone and fantastic visuals go a long way.
Sex Education’s final season features some casting shake-ups and a new, offbeat school, but it’s as vital and empathetic as ever.
Meryl Streep! Broadway! More murder! On paper Only Murders in the Building season 3 has it all, but is it enough?
Sterlin Harjo’s groundbreaking coming-of-age series wraps up with a sweet, funny, heartfelt new season, now on FX and Hulu.
Netflix’s popular queer coming-of-age romance is as adorable as ever in its second season.
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.