Three Billboards and Big Little Lies conquer the film and television categories, respectively.
There’s been no shortage of excellence in our living rooms all year long.
Gilmore Girls follow-up follows a well-to-do, ’50s-era New Yorker’s dive into the stand-up comedy scene.
Peter Berg’s recounting of the Boston Marathon bombing is at once earnest and near-exploitative.
Allen’s first-ever TV series also stars Elaine May, Rachel Brosnahan, and John Magaro.
Director Joachim Trier juggles three protagonists in a ghost story disguised as a domestic drama.