Bill Burr brings a standup’s sensibility to a show that’s not built for it.
HBO’s new miniseries uses two misfit teens to examine how identity changes throughout our lives.
These parodies, allusions, and homages are a perfect way to celebrate 45 years of absolute pleasure.
An “edgy” new format reminds us why we still love characters like Miss Piggy, Pepe, and Uncle Deadly.
The Umbrella Academy returns for a second season of cheeky needle-drops and fractured family antics on Netflix July 31st.
The entertainment industry has begun taking a long overdue look at its many shortcomings after a tumultuous few months.
Ironically, The Trip series ultimately becomes more about two friends finding their way home.
The content comedian leaves a distant window open for future trips with Steve Coogan.
The show’s saving hope is that the second season may be nothing like the first.
Connelly and Diggs keep an addictive first season chugging along with plenty of twists in the track ahead.
A smarmy attempt to pass off a ribald, diluted take on the Dickinsons, Tudors, Downton Abbeys, and Favourites of the world.
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