David and Chase discuss Mr. Robot’s return to form.
The best television of the year had everything: fighting, torture, revenge, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, miracles, and a helping of political subversion.
It’s hard to remember that when Stranger Things premiered last year there was little publicity for it outside of a couple intriguing trailers.
Mindhunter already has a great look and performances. Now it just needs the writing to match.
Once a middling Mad Men clone, Halt and Catch Fire showed how much character still matters in the era of Peak TV.
Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s latest docuseries is sobering, overwhelming, and absolutely necessary viewing.
David and Nathan share their favorite moments from the fourth season of Netflix’s BOJACK HORSEMAN.
Handmaid’s Tale or Stranger Things? Atlanta or Veep? The FOTS team takes a stab at predicting Sunday night’s winners.
To be honest, I’ve always felt a little nervous writing about Twin Peaks. For as clever and groundbreaking and important a show as it was, it was always more about feelings than thoughts. About mood more than plot.
Brian wraps up his Cowboy Bebop countdown with the series’ top 10 episodes.