The latest episode of The Deuce illustrates that a glass ceiling exists even in society’s cellar.
The episode will likely be unbowed by one pimp’s knife, whenever he finally spies them on the horizon.
The first episode of The Deuce introduces outsiders striving for success in their own illicit framework.
The show’s characters are like photonegatives of typically saccharine rom-com protagonists.
The Tick gleefully satirizes superhero excess but also threatens to alienate its target audience.
Disjointed shares more DNA with a bland 1990s TV comedy than an anarchic stoner film.
The series appears to primarily exist because it’s the next obligatory step for the Netflix superhero franchise.
One can’t help but wonder if The Last Tycoon is hiding anything beneath its surface at all.
The season’s final episodes transcend the sum of the show’s initially uneven parts.
Preacher’s madcap imagination makes its occasional blemishes easy to overlook.
The Mist unfolds as though we’ll be surprised to learn that humans are capable of cruelty.
Master of None uses an updated vocabulary to tell classic stories of existential ennui and unrequited love.
The Wachowskis’ Netflix series Sense8 is most powerful when its characters actually intersect.
Gomorrah is a violent gangster drama without a story, or gangsters, worth investing in.
The Handmaid’s Tale is at its best when focusing on the oppressed, instead of the oppressors.
Veep hints at the toxic careerism we imagine hiding beneath the surface of politics.