The FX stars join the new film from director Lars Klevberg and screenwriter Tyler Burton Smith.
Plus, extensive chats on trending series such as Queer Eye, The Staircase, and Strange Angel.
FX’s visually daring season ends on a note that’s both bitter and empty.
From Cobra Kai Dojo to Shogun World, from Atlanta to Russia, these are the TV worlds that thrilled us in May.
The FX superhero darling will return for another trippy-as-hell trip across the airwaves.
Noah Hawley speaks to his audience with a very physical vocabulary.
The excellent second season of Noah Hawley’s daring X-Men adaptation leaves you almost nothing to trust.
Paging Zac Efron, Julia Roberts, and Rachel McAdams.
There’s been no shortage of excellence in our living rooms all year long.
Blade Runner 2049, The Big Sick, Twin Peaks, and Veep deserved better.
Matt Spicer’s fanged L.A. satire shines for its performances, even as it aims for easy targets.
A comedy of 14th-century repression that’s at its best when it digs a little deeper.