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Viewer's Guides: What to Watch Now
'Now See This' Newsletter: Take the Monáe and Run (to 'Ramy')
'Now See This' Newsletter: One 'Great' Premiere and Two Newly Streaming Favorites
Hollywood Reporter TV Critics: 10 Great Shows That Let You Travel From Your Couch
From underrepresented corners of L.A. and Atlanta to the French Alps, a tiny Italian island to a dusty Texas artist colony, Northern Ireland to South Africa and beyond, these series boast a sense of place vivid enough to relieve your frustrated wanderlust.
'Now See This' Newsletter: A Mark Ruffalo Tragedy and a Silly Animated Comedy
Critic's Notebook: Now's the Time to Set Aside These Common TV Prejudices
Have you put off watching a show because it had a bad title or ended prematurely or you didn't have the patience to wait for it to "get better"? Lockdown is the perfect time to set aside those prejudices.
Critic's Notebook: Network TV's Working-Class Sitcoms Are Timelier Than Ever
As the coronavirus further tears at America's socioeconomic fabric, shows like 'The Conners,' 'Superstore' and 'Bob's Burgers' are looking sharper and more relevant than ever.
Hollywood Reporter TV Critics: 12 Swoon-Worthy Small-Screen Couples for the Romance-Starved Viewer
Spies navigating an arranged marriage, one of English lit’s most-beloved unions, a reality-TV match made in heaven and more — these indelible pairings may provide just the sweetness and/or heat confined viewers are craving these days.
'Now See This' Newsletter: An 'Upload' to Download and a Trip to 'Hollywood'
'Now See This' Newsletter: Hello 'Never Have I Ever,' Farewell 'Homeland'
Critics' Re-Watch: 'My So-Called Life,' Timeless Classic or Teenage Wasteland?
THR's TV critics revisit the 1994 ABC drama that launched the careers of Claire Danes and Jared Leto, debating its resonance today, its treatment of a prominent gay character, the unsettling relatability of Brian Krakow and more.