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Starz’s ‘P-Valley’ Season 2: TV Review

Katori Hall's Mississippi Delta strip club drama returns with a second season set in 2020 amid the COVID pandemic and the summer of racial injustice protests.

Ben Whishaw in AMC+’s ‘This Is Going to Hurt’: TV Review

The actor plays an overworked London OBGYN doctor battling bureaucracy and his inner demons in AMC+ and Sundance Now's adaptation of creator Adam Kay's memoir.

The Hollywood Reporter Names Angie Han as TV Critic

Angie Han has joined The Hollywood Reporter as its new TV critic. The prominent reviewer, based in Los Angeles, joins chief TV critic Daniel Fienberg and reports to reviews editor Jon Frosch. In addition to writing reviews, Han will write critical essays about the evolving TV and streaming landscapes for THR‘s print and digital platforms. […]

‘The Underground Railroad’: TV Review

Barry Jenkins tackles Colson Whitehead's heralded novel about a slave's literal and spiritual journey toward freedom in this 10-part Amazon limited series.

‘Girls5eva’: TV Review

Sara Bareilles and Busy Philipps headline a Peacock comedy executive-produced by Tina Fey about a girl group mounting a comeback two decades after their last hit.

‘The Girlfriend Experience’ Season 3: TV Review

Julia Goldani Telles stars in writer-director Anja Marquadt's new take on the Starz anthology drama.

‘Pose’ Season 3: TV Review

Mj Rodriguez, Billy Porter and Dominique Jackson return for the groundbreaking FX series' third and final season.

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season 4: TV Review

Elisabeth Moss' June faces big changes, while the acclaimed actress goes behind the camera for the first time, in another intense season of Hulu's Emmy-winning Margaret Atwood adaptation.

Critic’s Notebook: Oscar Producers’ Big Gambles Yield Wildly Mixed Results

The production team led by Steven Soderbergh had a new location in Union Station and made big changes to the telecast, several of which failed to pay off — in one case, spectacularly so.

‘Rutherford Falls’: TV Review

Ed Helms and Jana Schmieding star in co-creator Mike Schur's Peacock comedy about a small town with a distinct historical identity and the Native American reservation next door.

‘Shadow and Bone’: TV Review

Eric Heisserer adapts Leigh Bardugo's best-selling YA series for Netflix, bringing the story of a teenage orphan and her mysterious powers to the small screen.

‘Cruel Summer’: TV Review

Executive produced by Jessica Biel, Freeform's twist-filled thriller stars Chiara Aurelia as a seemingly ordinary teenage girl who may be involved in the kidnapping of a classmate.