Mike Flanagan's latest Netflix series is existential horror at its most searing and complex. Just don't expect another entrancing ghost story.
Isaac Asimov's novels come to Apple TV Plus in a 10-episode series that may be ponderous but genuinely has big ideas to ponder.
Between the all-star cast, the Liane Moriarty novel source material and the David E. Kelley touch, Nine Perfect Strangers should be better.
Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac are brilliant as a couple oscillating between love and hate in Hagai Levi's adaptation of the Ingmar Bergman classic.
The Disney Plus show throws us into animated anthology adventures that'll fill MCU fans with joy.
Memorable songs and a star cast carry Apple TV Plus' parody of musicals.
It's corny, ridiculous and at times downright exhausting. But I couldn't stop watching.
The finale for a show like Kevin Can F**k Himself was always going to be tricky.
Not the Quentin Tarantino one. Not the Noah Hawley one. Another one.
The Emmys shortlist rewards sci-fi shows The Boys, WandaVision and The Mandalorian.
Jensen Ackles is developing spinoff The Winchesters, but Jared Padalecki is "gutted" that he knew know nothing about it.
The first five minutes of Infinite Darkness look like Black Hawk Down (of the Dead).