Orange Is the New Black has always taken a unique, often maximalist approach to television.
The season season of GLOW is largely interested in the dichotomy between group and individual interests.
The series combines a dry comedy’s affection for the mundane with the slick style of a psychosexual thriller.
Silicon Valley is as much about the building of a company as it is about how that affects its prime movers.
The Heathers TV adaptation skewers teen culture without providing any clear reasoning or critical stance.
Good Girls wants you to know it is capital-F feminist, and it’s as subtle about it as a bright pink pussy hat.
Our Cartoon President only contributes to a deafening echo chamber, reinforcing and repeating existing jokes.
The episode indulges whole-heartedly in fiasco, and much to the detriment of Larry and everyone in his inner circle.
The sharing or withholding of information is about control, a theme that’s at the core of the episode.
The episode makes a great argument for Larry’s heretofore observed lifestyle: tip generously and stay unbothered.
Larry’s crude, typically unthinking behavior is often unwarranted and spares no one.
If Larry is constantly fluctuating between abhorrent and rational, the episode tilts to his favor.
Larry doesn’t mind offending people, so long as their expressions don’t indicate disgust.
At the center of the episode is one of the most difficult circumstances from which to mine comedy.
The latest episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm explores the hollowness of the expression “with all due respect.”
Much of the latest episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm deals with Larry’s inability to mind his own business.
The episode fulfills the uneasy task of setting up multiple plotlines for the season to come.
The episode doesn’t leave us with any huge cliffhangers, no actions that are entirely surprising, let alone shocking.
The episode’s main event proves to be an emotional powder keg for the show’s protagonists.
In a very sex-forward season, the latest episode of Insecure seems more sex-forward than usual.