The Golden Globe-winning actress’s Comedy Central series celebrates a chronic underachiever.
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Apple TV Plus’s anthology series tells moving and important stories, but sticks to formatted cheer.
Post TV critic Hank Stuever discusses the good, bad and so-bad-it's-good of TV.
The game show revered for its manners became just another part of our winner-take-all world.
Filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino’s sequel to his HBO series is lovely to look at — and less divine.
A mostly engaging series takes the author’s ideas and characters and puts them to good use.
Based on Stephen King’s novel, the series lands in an awkward space between crime and horror.
Greg Whiteley’s absorbing series follows a small Texas college’s championship cheer team.
More than just another reboot, Freeform’s drama is about five siblings whose Mexican parents are deported.
Big awards go to “1917,” “Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood,” HBO’s “Succession,” “Chernobyl” and Amazon’s “Fleabag.”