TV Reviews

Review: Proven Innocent is Legal Drama with Some Very Important Things to Say

The premise of Proven Innocent may sound familiar. A lawyer is inspired by his past…

Review: ‘Counterpart’ Season 2 Concludes with More Spectacular Twists, and an Uncertain Network Future

Howard Silk (J.K. Simmons) is a low-level UN employee in Berlin with a simple life…

‘One Day At A Time’ Follows the Trend of Never Shying Away from Hard Topics

Can a sitcom with a war-veteran mother, a gay daughter, a traditional Cuban grandmother, and…

‘Siempre Bruja’ is the Afro-Latina Fantasy Series We’ve Always Wanted

By Angelica Monk Have you been looking for another binge-worthy series that encompasses all the…

Siren Season 2

Review: ‘Siren’ Season 2 Continues With Themes of Environmentalism, Inclusion, and the Dangers of Obsession

Picking up shortly after where Season 1 left off, Freeform’s second season of Siren wastes…

Broad City Season 5

Review: ‘Broad City’ Opens with Big Changes and Transformations for Its Final Season

Four and three and two and one…and Broad City is back this week with its…

A Discovery of Witches

Review: ‘A Discovery of Witches’ is a Solid Gothic Horror Romance

For years the power of supernatural creatures has been waning. Until historian and witch Diana…

Roswell, New Mexico

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ Brings the Immigration Debate Into an Extraterrestrial Love Story

Liz Ortecho (Jeanine Mason) returns to her hometown of Roswell, New Mexico, after 10 years…

True Detective Season 3

‘True Detective’ Season 3 Premieres with Stronger Story and Mahershala Ali

By Angelica Monk The following contains spoilers for the episode. Where are Will and Julie?…

Drunk History

‘Drunk History’ Season 6 Premieres with Star-Studded and Boozy Splash of Comedic Mastery

Horror’s growing mainstream presence rears its spooky head in the Season 6 opener of Derek…