Poldark Season 4 is a satisfying guilty pleasure, a lavishly filmed melodrama set against the rocky shoreline of Cornwall
A brilliant collaboration between PBS and BBC Earth that yields astonishing footage of the three greatest mountain ranges on the planet
A beautifully shot period drama from Masterpiece based on the best-selling novel by Jessie Burton.
The Blu-ray is barebones but satisfying and the series continues to be well written and well acted.
This mini-series adaptation of Luisa May Alcott’s novel is uneven, but worth seeing particularly for the veteran members of the cast.
DCI Cassie Stuart (Nicola Walker) and DI Sunil ‘Sunny’ Khan (Sanjeev Bhaskar) return and must uncover the mystery behind who murdered a a nearly perfectly preserved corpse discovered at the bottom of a lake.
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.
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 […]
‘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.
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. avoids the Euro-centric trap of history for an illuminating six-hour look at Africa’s great civilizations and contributions to the world as we know it.