If you enjoyed having a good cry over This Is Us, then Dear Edward, about the aftermath of a plane crash, is for you. But it's a Very Sad Show and your heartstrings should know what they're in for.
An ill-informed TV correspondent travels the world — with hilarious results — in Netflix's new oddball show. Diane Morgan's delivery is deliciously dry, and her improv skills are formidable.
Jason Segel and Harrison Ford play therapists who're sometimes too honest with their patients — and not honest enough with themselves — in this winning new Apple TV+ comedy series.
HBO's new show, which draws from a video game of the same name, is replete with apocalyptic landscapes and zombies. But what makes the series truly groundbreaking is the emotion that runs throughout.
Lyonne plays a cocktail waitress with an odd psychic power: She can sense when people aren't telling the truth, which makes her a great (accidental) detective in this delightful new Peacock series.
Natasha Lyonne is a Columbo-like accidental visitor to crime after crime in a case-of-the-week show arriving on Peacock with an impressive roster of guest stars.
In Hulu's sardonically silly comedy, everyone in the human race acquires different powers except for one young woman. And she's not happy about it.
HBO Max's new animated series Velma is drawing wide criticism, prompting one newspaper to call the show, based on characters from the Scooby Doo universe, "the most hated series on TV."
Last of Us, about two people trying to survive in a post apocalyptic world ravaged by a killer fungus, may sound derivative. But the show subverts all we have seen before in disaster movies and shows.