With its first season in the books, WGN America’s period drama has proven to be a surprisingly addictive — and effective — series.
Director David Ayer delivers a bold, violent, and thrilling meditation on war and sacrifice with Fury.
The Doctor and Clara switch roles and explore complex calculus in another hold-your-breath installment.
With the murder and investigation established, Gracepoint turns to the possible suspects
With a feeble “monster of the week” premise, “Mummy on the Orient Express” could have been a disaster, but Season 8’s continued strong character moments save the day.
The small town of Gracepoint isn’t as idyllic as it once seemed, as a web of lies is revealed.
With GONE GIRL hitting the screen this weekend, two Fellowship writers discuss the choices director David Fincher and writer Gillian Flynn made in adapting the source novel for the screen.
It’s another cracking episode even as the show hatches one of its silliest ideas yet. And that’s no yolk!
Gone Girl somehow meets, defies, and exceeds expectations as modern literature’s most dysfunctional marriage finally makes its screen debut.
The wholly unnecessary remake of the British hit BROADCHURCH might still be compelling viewing, if you haven’t seen BROADCHURCH.