The pressures of suburbia give the psychological thriller a much-needed dose of novelty. (Contains spoilers.)
It's always "Netflix and chill" and never "crack open a book and chill."
For readers who want a break from reading.
Monsters, magic, folklore, and battles — everything you need to tide you over until Season 2 arrives.
So many new TV shows are coming. Let us try to help you!
Capitalism is the shared villain in Netflix’s global successes. (Light spoilers ahead.)
By embracing big movies that Hollywood has long abandoned — like this fall’s Roma, Outlaw King, and 22 July — the streaming giant hopes it can finally be taken seriously as a major player in Hollywood.
From an HBO detective thriller to a new comedy from Tina Fey.
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.
“Operation Varsity Blues” looks beyond the scandal’s celebrity protagonists and exposes a rotten system.
Yes, it brought us that controversial Taylor Swift joke. Still, it’s as watchable as you’d expect.
Moxie tries hard to be inclusive, but it ends up being awkward.
A reality show where people decide between a dream wedding and a forever home feels different in our pandemic era.
Hacks, Bo Burnham’s Inside, and Mae Martin’s Feel Good tackle the existential crisis of trying to be funny when the world is on fire.
The Golden Globe–nominated film takes on guardianship fraud but becomes disturbingly nihilistic.
The French crossover hit and the darkly sexy investment firm drama each emphasize the thrills — and the downsides — of making work your identity.
Malcolm & Marie feels half-baked.
From Netflix's Lupin to a Spanish Sex and the City — these are the new shows we're obsessed with.
A new documentary turns “Night Stalker” Richard Ramirez’s reign of terror into a one-dimensional police procedural.
As a chart-topper, Shawn Mendes can’t miss. Now, he’s trying to become more than a vaguely likable pop star.
The first Netflix drama produced by Shonda Rhimes had such potential but ends up being mind-numbingly dull. Spoilers ahead.
The animated Netflix series gives its Black, brown, and queer characters more depth this season. (Spoilers ahead.)
Every scene is drudgery, every joke is homework, and every plot point is hell.
The new season of The Crown is slowly catching up to the present day, even if its royal characters are not. But maybe that’s the point.
The new Netflix miniseries takes a damaged heroine into new territory.
From an old Australian sitcom to the new season of The Bachelorette.
Netflix’s second Haunting series features a beautiful queer love story — one that’s nearly botched by some questionable choices in the end. (Spoilers, obviously!)
Focusing on perplexing crimes and stories about victims largely ignored by the genre, the streaming giant’s true crime reboot actually cuts through the glut.
With shows like Parenthood and Friday Night Lights, Katims was a go-to for my appointment cries. His new show Away only extracted a few tears.
From the creator of Sex and the City and Younger, we should expect more than…whatever this is.