Season 5 of the FX series kicks off with a brawl at a junior high school board meeting. When an unimposing Minnesota housewife is arrested, a string of special thrills and unexpected alliances follow.
Professor Ibram X. Kendi's documentary kicks off with a provocative question: What is wrong with Black people?
People may grumble about Apple's higher monthly fee, but there are a lot of original series packed in their lineup that many viewers haven't yet considered.
The Crown shifts seamlessly from highly accurate depictions to invented moments. In its sixth season, deeply personal scenes once again may make viewers wonder if what they're seeing really happened.
Emma Stone and show co-creators Benny Safdie and Nathan Fielder star in a satire about a team of would-be TV producers as they try to make a TV series about the "off the grid" homes they're building.
Two lonely souls bond over an injured border terrier with thousands of dollars in medical bills in Colin from Accounts — a bawdy, Australian series brimming with life and honesty.
Reiner and Brooks have been friends since high school — and their intimacy shows in Albert Brooks: Defending My Life. The only flaw of this terrific documentary is that it's not twice as long.
As a Black TV critic who loves Westerns, Eric Deggans really wanted to like this show. But he found the first four episodes were focused on being a Modern Western Epic, at the expense of Reeves' story
Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, Netflix's four-part miniseries tells the story of two young people — one French, one German — in the years before and during the Nazi occupation of France.
A new show follows the lives of two gay men over the course of four decades – from the McCarthy era to the AIDS crisis.