The best show on television is much more than the sum of its individual moments, but for Chase and David, here are the ones that defined Atlanta’s brilliant second season.
Stan’s gut knows the truth about the Jenningses, but he can’t get his heart to believe it just yet.
The second season of Justin Simien’s collegiate satire expands its scope while sharpening its edge.
Marital strife obscures the net growing ever tighter on Philip and Elizabeth Jennings.
Let’s see how much I can write without giving anything away, which is weird considering the sheer much-ness of it.
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“Mr. and Mrs. Teacup” is all about failure in both form and theme.
Groundbreaking animation and an ace voice cast elevate an otherwise minor (and culturally murky) addition to Wes Anderson’s catalog.
Is even a show as icy as The Americans prepared to give us the bleak ending it’s foreshadowing?
John Krasinski’s foray into horror is also a smart and thrilling exercise in restraint.