TV Reviews

Review: Our Favorite Cross-Generational True Crime Trio Are Back and in Trouble in Hulu’s ‘Only Murders in the Building’

Less than a year after its cliffhanger of a season finale, Hulu’s cozy murder mystery…

Review: ‘Loot’ Shows Us the Money

AppleTV+’s Loot is a charming comedy about how money can’t buy you love and fulfillment,…

Review: ‘Umbrella Academy’ S3 Will Suck You In with a New Arc of Mayhem

Daddy issues, time travel, multiverses, and a talking monkey — The Umbrella Academy is back…

Review: Stanley Nelson Hits the Ball Out of the Park With the Documentary ‘After Jackie’

On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson became a civil rights legend as the first Black…

Review: AMC+’s Series ‘Dark Winds’ Places Crime Noir in the Navajo Nation

I love crime noir series like Netflix’s Deadwind that use the entire season to solve…

‘Queer as Folk’ Continues to Deliver Romanticized Expectations

 Where is This Community? The Queer as Folk reboot is long overdue. But is this…

Review: ‘Evil’ Is Back with Demons and Doomscrolling

Warning: Spoilers for seasons 1 and 2 of Evil. Writer-producer duo Robert and Michelle King…

‘Ms. Marvel’ Episodes 1 and 2 Review: Reaches High, But Fails to Meet Expectations So Far

Marvel fans are ushering in the newest MCU superhero, Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), and she’s…

Review: ‘South Park: The Not-So-Cereal Special’

This latest South Park special, part of its lucrative streaming deal with Paramount+, is about…

‘The Boys’ S3 Review: A Satisfying Orgy of Blood and Betrayal

The boys are back and are even more outrageous than ever before. If you’re squeamish,…