A skin-crawlingly creepy Toby Jones and some genuine surprises make this the best Sherlock in two calendar years.
The fourth (final?) season premiere illustrates how far Sherlock has moved away from being a detective show.
We posted 130 articles, essays, and reviews in 2016. Here they are, organized for you.
Happy New Year! In David’s annual feature, here are 25 films and 10 new TV series he’s keeping an eye on in 2017.
The best show you probably didn’t watch comes to an emblematically understated, and beautiful, conclusion.
David counts down his top television series of 2016: spies and criminals, dragons and monsters, and one depressed horse.
The Hollow Crown: The War of the Roses gives some of Shakespeare’s least beloved plays a Game of Thrones twist on the way to a bloody Benedict Cumberbatch-centered finale.
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Anglophiles rejoice: Netflix’s sumptuous bio-series of Elizabeth II will fill that Downton-sized hole in your heart, with all the elegance (and occasional dullness) that entails.
Drama, dark comedy, weird fantasy, romantic character examination, or social commentary? Why pick when you can do them all?
David and Chase talk the highs, lows, and meaning of HBO’s newest blockbuster series.