Up Next is an ongoing series of TV reviews that explores brand new shows that are about to drop on streaming or begin runs on television. If you’re looking for the next great show that everyone will soon be talking about, this is a good place to start.
Despite it having an appropriately aged showrunner, this coming-of-age series portrays most modern teens as grating.
Fredrik Backman’s best-selling novel gets the small-screen treatment with this grim, underwritten adaptation.
Russell T. Davies’ fantastic, wide-ranging AIDS drama leaves room for every emotion.
Trust us, that’s a good thing.
A new series aims to retell ‘The Silence of The Lambs,’ but it’s missing some key elements.
This inconsistent limited series carefully explores the fallout of a teacher-student relationship.
Maybe it’s time to retire the bougie crime soap.
The HBO series ‘We Are Who We Are’ is engaging, imperfect, and sure to inspire discussion.
HBO’s latest docuseries anchors its look at the NXIVM cult with jarring first-person accounts and impressive archival footage.