A new HBO Max docuseries is an often tasteless, yet awkwardly insightful tabloid portrait of the late star.
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Controlling Britney Spears and Britney vs. Spears shift the focus from Britney Spears onto the forces that have controlled her life.
Even amid the new generation of Gen Z music stars, Lil Nas X’s Black queer perspective is breaking ground. Montero confirms the emergence of a new voice.
The Capote Tapes paints a compelling portrait of a queer writer grappling with his femme identity.
The new season of American Crime Story revisits Bill Clinton’s impeachment. But is there anything new to say?
The new Sandra Oh vehicle is a fun workplace dramedy, but tellingly conservative in its critique of power.
A new docuseries weaves outrageous details into a bingeable series, but it overlooks the darker sides of the drug trade. (Spoilers ahead.)
The fascination with J.Lo's renewed romance with Ben Affleck is a testament to the enduring appeal of her celebrity.
The conceit suggests a promising shamelessness, but this new dating show falls flat. (Spoilers ahead.)
As Housewives captures a chaotic political moment, the iconic franchise is demonstrating how much reality television has changed — and how much it hasn’t.
Sophie: A Murder in West Cork is a promising entry into prestige true crime, but ultimately succumbs to the genre’s conventions.
Epstein's Shadow, streaming on Peacock, zeroes in on Maxwell to provide a portrait of the ruthlessness of privilege.
From a half-hour comedy about a group of Muslim punk rockers to a moving docuseries about the history of African American cuisine.
From a high school football star falsely accused of sexual assault to a pair of college lovers charged with murder, here are some riveting docuseries you might have missed.
The pioneering franchise shaped how reality TV handled race. Now the first two Black castmates are grappling with its legacy.
“Operation Varsity Blues” looks beyond the scandal’s celebrity protagonists and exposes a rotten system.
Jonas goes for depth in Spaceman, and mostly gets lost in the shuffle.
The World’s a Little Blurry hews close to the Eilish mythology, yet still offers a rare glimpse behind the making of a teen pop star.