This mini-series adaptation of Luisa May Alcott’s novel is uneven, but worth seeing particularly for the veteran members of the cast.
A riveting cold case crime drama from PBS that hits on several hot button topics while keeping the viewer guessing until the end.
Revolution rages in France and the Poldarks try to repair their marriage as George Warleggan plots to destroy them in the satisfying third season of this melodrama.
These two men have been at the epicenter of the pop culture for decades and this documentary gives just a bit of insight into the how and why.
Channel Zero: Candle Cove is filled with nightmarish imagery, psycho-drama and allusions to the horror of Stephen King and John Carpenter.
Westworld Season 1 is dense with symbolism, deftly interwoven, and beautifully visualized
Ten years in the making, Ken Burns’ and Lynn Novick’s sprawling, 10-disc, 18-hour documentary The Vietnam War, a series that Ken Burns has said he hopes will help bring the country together at a time when he seems to splintering hopelessly, details one of the most divisive wars and eras in the nation’s history. In […]
‘Gotham: The Complete Third Season’ is a wickedly good mixture of neo-noir, super-villains, and anti-heroes set against a gritty pulp landscape.
Season 2 of this series continues to expand conspiracies, reveal secrets, and offer explosive action in what remains mostly guilty pleasure popcorn TV viewing.
‘The Tunnel’s’ second season presses the limits of suspension of disbelief, but is still good television thanks to powerhouse performances and strong production values.