HBO’s “The Swamp” follows three quasi-contrarian House Republicans who bring the idealism but not the change.
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“Blackish” creator’s first Netflix series meanders in its attempt to be both funny and caustic.
Cate Blanchett dominates FX’s fascinating miniseries as conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly.
Epix’s early-Victorian period drama has all the trappings and class conflicts, but less of the spark.
ABC’s Emmy-winning comedy concludes (yes, finally) with just about everyone moving on to a new chapter.
Fighting illness in the 1770s, a heroic doctor (played by Caitriona Balfe) pursues her own medical miracle.
Dramas, comedies, reality shows — in bite-size pieces, for people who find regular TV too long.
Ratings are way up for a format that’s often presumed dead — until we desperately need it.
The Netflix drama series, based on Deborah Feldman’s memoir, is about a Hasidic wife who leaves her husband and community.
In a strange world of strict containment, TV’s sitcom-style togetherness takes on a new hue.