It’s two top 10s for the price of one: My favorite shows of the year, and of the decade. They’ve got nothing in common.Continue reading 2019 Yearbook: David’s Top TV
Only three series keep their spot on the list in yet another great (and overwhelming) year for television.
Previewing my end-of-year list, here are a baker’s dozen shows worth binging on this summer — plus my tribute to Anthony Bourdain.
Don’t dream it’s over: The Americans stayed true to itself keeping the focus on character and emotions all the way to the end of a pitch-perfect finale.
The show’s penultimate episode delivers the goods.
Philip and Elizabeth are leaving loose ends everywhere as questions about just whose will they’re serving are brought into focus.
Stan’s gut knows the truth about the Jenningses, but he can’t get his heart to believe it just yet.
Marital strife obscures the net growing ever tighter on Philip and Elizabeth Jennings.
“The Great Patriotic War” is every bit as good as it is uncomfortable. Continue reading THE AMERICANS: “The Great Patriotic War”
“Mr. and Mrs. Teacup” is all about failure in both form and theme.