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.
From Cobra Kai Dojo to Shogun World, from Atlanta to Russia, these are the TV worlds that thrilled us in May.
American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy unveils what could become the bravest LGBT show on television.
An all-time great series says ‘do svidaniya’ with a heartbreaking finale.
The many highs, few lows, and single dickswab of BBC America’s runaway hit series.
It might be best for everyone – creators and audience alike – to pack up the stair car and move on.
Thankfully, the adventure of one of TV’s most reliable sitcoms continues this fall with season six on NBC.
Earn, Paperboi, Van, and Darius had quite a year.
A haunting Atlanta, the weird and wonderful Killing Eve, and more from a great month of television.