A collection of series both daring and familiar, polished and wild.
Mary-Louise Parker will star and executive produce.
Writer Susan Kemp shares her strong family connections to the two essential series.
The first new episodes of the Starz series in almost two years struggle to find their new tone.
The Golden Age of Television has all of a sudden become The Era of Too Much TV.
Kendrick plays a homeless man named Laces, who attempts to sell 50 Cent’s character some gift cards.
They are, to name a few: mothers, murderers, Russian spies, a cowboy, a clergyman, a dirty computer and a Paper Boi.
Is it Philip? Elizabeth? Stan? Mail Robot?
From Cobra Kai Dojo to Shogun World, from Atlanta to Russia, these are the TV worlds that thrilled us in May.
Summer used to be a boring wasteland when it came to TV. Not anymore.
A haunting Atlanta, the weird and wonderful Killing Eve, and more from a great month of television.
Plus, a discussion on the new Doctor Who logo and CNN’s Town Hall for Parkland, FL.