The Hollywood Reporter
Behind the Screen
The Fien Print
100 Favorite TV Shows
'Party Down': THR's 2009 Review
'Striking Out': TV Review
Ireland's No. 1 drama, about a lawyer who starts anew after she finds her fiance cheating on her, comes to the U.S. via Acorn TV.
'Five Came Back': TV Review
Mark Harris' book about the experiences of five major Hollywood directors during and after World War II is adapted into a three-part Netflix documentary.
'Dear White People': TV Review | SXSW 2017
Justin Simien's 2014 feature about college campus race relations transfers to series format on Netflix without losing any of its satirical edge.
'Trial & Error': TV Review
NBC's true crime documentary spoof never really comes together, but John Lithgow, Sherri Shepherd and Steven Boyer deliver some laughs.
'The Son': TV Review | SXSW 2017
Star Pierce Brosnan is the least interesting thing about AMC's adaptation of Philipp Meyer's acclaimed novel, premiering at SXSW before airing in April.
'American Crime' Season 3: TV Review
John Ridley's ABC anthology drama returns with a third season about exploitation in rural America and more strong work from Felicity Huffman, Regina King and the ensemble.
'Underground' Season 2: TV Review
Harriet Tubman joins the impressive, female-centric second season of WGN America's action-packed, emotional look at the Underground Railroad.
'Marvel's Iron Fist': TV Review
After the successes of 'Daredevil,' 'Jessica Jones' and 'Luke Cage,' Marvel and Netflix have their first big misstep.
'The Americans' Season 5: TV Review
The best drama on television continues to ratchet up the tension while pushing purposefully toward the end (and no spoilers here).