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'The Exorcist': TV Review
'The Exorcist': TV Review
Fox's series based on the horror classic stars Geena Davis as a woman convinced there's a demon haunting her immaculate house.
'Lethal Weapon': TV Review
'Lethal Weapon': TV Review
You get what you expect from Fox's 'Lethal Weapon' remake, and that's not a compliment.
'Designated Survivor': TV Review
'Designated Survivor': TV Review
Kiefer Sutherland stars as a low-level White House cabinet member forced to step in to become president after a major attack.
'Speechless': TV Review
'Speechless': TV Review
ABC's new comedy about disability manages to avoid being too saccharine, with a major assist from Minnie Driver.
'High Maintenance': TV Review
'High Maintenance': TV Review
A former web cult series reaches the big leagues at HBO — deservedly so, but possibly weighed down by all of its hipster hype.
'Fleabag': TV Review
'Fleabag': TV Review
An exceptionally creative new comedy on Amazon reveals a rising creative force in Brit Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
'Black Mirror' Season 3: TV Review | TIFF 2016
'Black Mirror' Season 3: TV Review | TIFF 2016
Netflix brings back one of television's best series in the chillingly creative 'Black Mirror,' which finds creator Charlie Brooker as prophetically spot-on as usual.
'Son of Zorn': TV Review
'Son of Zorn': TV Review
This new Fox series has a mostly amusing, offbeat pilot thanks to its concept, but there might not be enough here to make a series.
'Better Things': TV Review
'Better Things': TV Review
Pamela Adlon steps out of the shadows to create a finely tuned, real and funny portrait of single motherhood.
'Narcos' Season 2: TV Review
'Narcos' Season 2: TV Review
The bloody end is in sight for Pablo Escobar as Netflix's best international series wraps up the narco-terrorist's life story.
'You're the Worst' Season 3: TV Review
'You're the Worst' Season 3: TV Review
After a terrific, ambitious second season, 'You're the Worst' returns to prove the best is still to come.
'Atlanta': TV Review
'Atlanta': TV Review
Series creator Donald Glover stars with Brian Tyree Henry as cousins trying to pull their families out of poverty in the Georgia capital's music scene in FX's new existential comedy.