TV Reviews

‘The Great’ season 3 review: New era brings us into the Age of Enlightenment, and it’s sinner’s delight

Television’s raunchiest historical fiction show is back, and this time it’s a scandalous family affair for everyone involved. The Great… Read More

May 5, 2023

‘The Other Two’ season 3 review:  TV’s sharpest satire hits new heights with its most surreal take on the entertainment industry yet

The Bluths, The Johnsons, the Pritchetts and the Dunphys, the Arnolds, and the Roses. What do these families all have… Read More

May 1, 2023

‘Fatal Attraction’ (2023) review: An uninspired take on the classic erotic thriller can’t see the Forrest for the trees

When Alex Forrest (Glenn Close) told Dan Gallagher (Michael Douglas), "I'm not going to be IGNORED, Dan," she was right.… Read More

April 25, 2023

‘Love & Death’ review: So I married an axe murderer

The past decade or so has been flooded with adaptations done for the same story by different studios and, sometimes,… Read More

April 20, 2023

‘Somebody Somewhere’ season 2 review: A delightful delicacy anybody anywhere can enjoy

A show’s title can communicate great deal about its content, and Somebody Somewhere does that exceptionally well. It’s a… Read More

April 17, 2023

‘Barry’ season 4 review: HBO’s hit comedy-drama goes even darker and deeper in cathartic, uproariously wild final season

In the opening moments of the fourth and final season of Barry, we are introduced to a vast, silent landscape,… Read More

April 11, 2023

‘Blindspotting’ season 2 review: Reality and imagination collide in thoughtful probe of family, race, and the prison system

The decision to take the 2018 Sundance hit Blindspotting and spin off a supporting character into her own TV series,… Read More

April 5, 2023

‘Succession’ season 4 review: The stakes are high as the end of the riveting, Emmy-winning Shakespearean saga draws nigh

The rubble has barely settled on house ever divided as the eagerly-awaited fourth, and final, season of Succession begins.… Read More

March 22, 2023

‘Yellowjackets’ season two review: Trauma deepens for the wilderness gang, as does the show’s richer examination of it

Sophomore seasons of television can succumb to the same pitfalls as movie sequels: they can be bloated, try too hard… Read More

March 16, 2023

‘Ted Lasso’ season 3 review: The Emmy-winning hit proves an unforgettable match with signature wit and charm

It would be reasonable to doubt last place team who uses a forgetful goldfish as their honorary mascot, but… Read More

March 10, 2023

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