Wanderlust arrives at the underwhelming conclusion that the grass only seems greener on the other side.
Camping focuses primarily on why things happen rather than merely striving toward hijinks.
The Romanoffs, an anthology series co-written and directed by Matthew Weiner, is ambitious but disappointingly inconsistent.
While impressive for its detailed and certainly imaginative world building, Maniac rarely dares to truly confound its audience.
It’s a tangle of plot threads, almost all of which are either underdeveloped or overly intricate.
As the season approaches its conclusion, it becomes harder to ascertain what exactly American Vandal finds funny.
Change looms over The Deuce, as the series focuses on the far-reaching effects of urban transformation.
Despite humanizing its characters, Jack Ryan is mostly interested in a broad battle between good and evil.
In season two, Ozark dramatically quickens its pace, as if it’s brought a gun to a chess match.
Disenchantment feels instantly familiar, unmistakably a product of Matt Groening’s well-honed house style.
Lodge 49 mixes whimsical surrealism and more grounded portrayals of quotidian reality.
Castle Rock is a generically gloomy small-town mystery that doesn’t lack for allusions to Stephen King’s past work.
Sharp Objects ultimately testifies to the triumph of survival, no matter how ugly or desperate a form it takes.
Luke Cage’s second season is alternately bland and thrilling, formulaic and insightful.
Much of its drama comes from waiting for a responsible authority to intervene as conflicts spiral out of control.
The series continues to deftly skewer the interpersonal dynamics of a hilariously dysfunctional family.
In season two, Dear White People offers a dim view of communication in an increasingly tribal world.
The Handmaid’s Tale remains intellectually nourishing, easy to admire, and difficult to endure.
The prospect of true danger imbues Westworld with a newfound sense of urgency in season two.
Legion presents itself as a maze, but it’s more accurately an imaginatively adorned straight line in season two.