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Daniel Fienberg

Chief Television Critic

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‘Fire of Love’: Film Review | Sundance 2022

Sara Dosa's Sundance-opening documentary explores the life and death of volcanologists Katia and Maurice Krafft, who dedicated themselves and their marriage to chasing eruptions around the globe.

HBO’s ‘The Gilded Age’: TV Review

'Downton Abbey' creator Julian Fellowes turns his eye from British opulence to New York City circa 1882 for a look at America's empire-on-the-rise starring Carrie Coon, Christine Baranski and Cynthia…

Amazon’s ‘As We See It’: TV Review

Jason Katims' new half-hour focuses on the highs and lows of life for three roommates on the autism spectrum.

AMC+’s ‘La Fortuna’: TV Review

Stanley Tucci plays a rogue treasure hunter fighting the Spanish government for control of a sunken vessel in this drama from 'The Others' filmmaker Alejandro Amenábar.

Netflix’s ‘Archive 81’: TV Review

Mamoudou Athie and Dina Shihabi star in this creepy podcast adaptation about film restoration, cults and various malevolent supernatural forces.

Peacock’s ‘Wolf Like Me’: TV Review

Isla Fisher and Josh Gad play an emotionally vulnerable couple whose chances at romance are complicated by one very strange secret in Abe Forsythe's dark comedy series.

Netflix’s ‘Cheer’ Season 2: TV Review

The docuseries about the cheerleading team at Navarro College returns for a second season complicated by COVID and off-mat scandals.

The CW’s ‘Naomi’: TV Review

Ava DuVernay's new DC Comics adaptation focuses on a young woman with a Superman obsession who may, in fact, be pretty super herself.

CBS’ ‘Good Sam’: TV Review

Jason Isaacs and Sophia Bush play bickering father-daughter heart surgeons in this new medical procedural.

ABC’s ‘Women of the Movement’: TV Review

The tragic murder of Emmett Till is the focal point for a six-episode limited series intended to launch an anthology franchise about the women central to the civil rights movement.

Critic’s Appreciation: Betty White Was as Important as She Was Beloved

A TV staple before most Americans knew what TV was, an icon from game shows, sitcoms, movies and more, White was the rare entertainer to earn universal affection and respect.

PBS’ ‘Around the World in 80 Days’: TV Review

Jules Verne's beloved adventure yarn gets an eight-episode treatment featuring David Tennant as eccentric traveler Phileas Fogg.