We go from under the bed to the end of the planet and back again, and a lot of other stuff happens that totally won’t be polarizing at all.
HBO’s polarizing gangland period drama returns for its final season. It is exactly the show you remember, and that’s a good thing.
Leave it to the Doctor to dust off a tired, derivative storyline and shine it like a new penny nicker.
WGN America’s first serious foray into “prestige television” is surprisingly successful, thanks to a great premise and considerable talent.
The Doctor takes a “Fantastic Voyage” into the mind and body of his greatest enemy.
Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon return, eating and bickering their way down the Italian coast on another loosely-fictionalized holiday.
Peter Capaldi lives up to the hype, even if the rest of this super-sized premiere is not exactly a classic.
It’s Part 2 of our Emmy predictions, covering the Miniseries, Movie, Variety, and Reality categories. Fargo! The Normal Heart! Sherlock!
The Emmys are on Monday! Time to dive into the nominations, predict the winners, and preemptively gripe about the losers. Breaking Bad or True Detective? Veep or Orange is the New Black?
Tom Hardy drives his BMW for 85 minutes, and the result is a tense, raw, entirely engaging film experiment.