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HBO Max’s ‘Friends: The Reunion’: TV Review

After being delayed over a year because of COVID-19, HBO Max reunites Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer for only the second time since…

Netflix’s ‘High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America’: TV Review

A new docuseries hosted by Stephen Satterfield and based on Jessica B. Harris' book gives African American cuisine the deep dive it deserves.

Ruth Wilson and Andrew Scott in HBO’s ‘Oslo’: TV Review

Ruth Wilson and Andrew Scott star as the Norwegian diplomats who organized 1993 back-channel peace talks between Israel and Palestine in J.T. Rogers' adaptation for HBO of his Tony-winning play.

Julianne Moore and Clive Owen in Apple TV+’s ‘Lisey’s Story’: TV Review

Stephen King adapts his own 2006 novel, with Pablo Larrain directing this limited series about grief, marriage, the literary process and imaginary worlds.

HBO’s ‘In Treatment’ Season 4: TV Review

The multi-night scripted series about therapy is back with a new star in Uzo Aduba, a new Los Angeles location and similar high-stakes psychological drama.

Amazon’s ‘Solos’: TV Review

Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman, Anne Hathaway and others star in a monologue-driven sci-fi anthology drama.

Apple TV+’s ‘The Me You Can’t See’: TV Review

Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry guide a five-part docuseries about mental-health awareness, with stories from celebrities and ordinary people.

Apple TV+’s ‘1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything’: TV Review

An eight-episode docuseries from 'Amy' director Asif Kapadia explores a groundbreaking year for rock, soul and R&B.

Spectrum’s ‘The Bite’: TV Review

'The Good Wife' creative duo Robert and Michelle King attempt to blend satire with COVID and zombies in a six-episode Spectrum original featuring Audra McDonald and Taylor Schilling.

‘Marvel’s MODOK’: TV Review

As vocal star and co-creator, Patton Oswalt brings the titular villain — Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing — to Hulu in 10-episode animated form.

Netflix’s ‘Master of None’ Season 3: TV Review

Lena Waithe stars — and Aziz Ansari cameos — in the third season of the romantic dramedy, which returns after a four-year break.

Starz’s ‘Run the World’: TV Review

The 'Sex and the City' formula is updated for a series about four 30-something Black friends with complicated love lives in Harlem.