Hulu’s ‘The Path’ meanders down the road to mediocre non-network television, lacking captivation and conviction.
Jason Mamoa stars in Netflix’s new historical drama, ‘The Frontier,’ but brings little to the already mediocre series.
Netflix’s new show, ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events,’ gives viewers a series filled with dark humor and stunning visuals.
HBO’s newest show, The Young Pope, is mystifyingly dynamic, full of rich images and scenes, and just as problematic as it is interesting.
As citizens hope to become one of the lucky, the 3%, they are confronted with a violent and unforgiving reality that they will live in squalor in Netflix’s dystopian thriller.
Though ‘Westworld’ is a modern marvel in acting, its story gets a little lost in the maze of its own creation. Despite that, its a showdown viewers will not want to miss.
After ten years, ‘Planet Earth’ gets a sequel. The second installment for ‘Planet Earth’ continues on the fascinating journey about the planet, unearthing the varied forms of life that call this space rock home with jaw dropping cinematographic technology.
Immediately, viewers immersed in a somber and gloomy color palette. ‘The Crown’ makes an effort to destabilize any of our previously held notions about the glitz and glamour of royal living.
Instead of singing kumbaya around the campfire, millennials are challenged with a more unforgiving figure in the new situational comedy ‘The Great Indoors’ on CBS.
‘Westworld’ asks important and complex questions. Let us hope that, in all of its complexity, it does not get lost along the way.