The three original seasons of this hit Japanese sit-com bring together a talented ensemble cast
Ryan Murphy and cast of veterans and newcomers deliver a compelling mini-series that will occasionally shock but mostly entertain its audience with a Hollwood that could have been.
An uneven political satire with clearly contrived humorous moments that unlike its title frequently fails to launch.
A sterling account of the Chicago Bulls’ final championship season that makes all the shots.
Another solar flare-up wiping out Earth series that follows a motley crew of passengers on a hijacked plane fails as the sci-fi thriller it was intended to be.
Ozark: Season 3 is another strong installment in one of Netflix’ best offerings.
As we hunker down for however long the COVID-19 pandemic lasts, this is most assuredly a binge-watcher par excellence.
Season Two returns with a literal vengeance as Moordale’s lustful student body tries to sort its various romantic entanglements — and it is even better than an already superb first season.
A strong outing for this third season of Netflix’s Atypical deals with failing marriage, sexual identity, and of course coping with autism.
Season 2 improves over its predecessor giving viewers greater insight into the angst of its two protagonists.