David and Brian have a spoiler-filled discussion of the new season of what’s still Netflix’s best comic series, but that might not mean much.
Netflix’s German co-production is Lost meets Stranger Things, for adults. It’ll also make your brain hurt.
Charlie Brooker returns with a new round of cautionary tales, including two legit classics and no outright clunkers.
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.
David and Nathan share their favorite moments from the fourth season of Netflix’s BOJACK HORSEMAN.
The much-hyped team-up of all the major Marvel/Netflix players is an uneven exercise in brand management. (Full season spoilers ahoy!)
With an outstanding ensemble cast and sharp writing to ground its outlandish subject matter, GLOW is a knockout.
You have a lot of choices for how to spend your weekend. To save some time, here are fun-sized reviews of some fair-to-middling Netflix original movies.
By embracing the episodic format and creator Aziz Ansari’s puckish spirit, the ambitious Master of None is even better in its second season.