The rookie season of AMC’s politically fueled drama hits hardest when it speaks truth to realistic power.
Hulu’s mysterious new series is the latest example of sequelizing done well.
Arguably the most authentic, entertaining, and compelling representation of the LGBT community to date.
Stunning performances and rich visuals prevent the wheels from spinning too much during a transitional season.
Series favorite Cara Maria Sorbello chats about the show’s evolution and upcoming “redesign.”
Netflix’s kitschy ode to the fringes of ’80s wrestling and the women who ran it rarely misses a step through its sophomore season.
Both series promise a summer full of engaging, thoughtful superhero drama.
David Lowery’s observant direction is the highlight (so far) of CBS’ slow-burning period drama.
FX’s visually daring season ends on a note that’s both bitter and empty.
A female-centric series that isn’t just about the world of its female protagonist, but about the world, period.
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American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy unveils what could become the bravest LGBT show on television.