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Hulu's gender-flipped ‘High Fidelity’ reboot makes a well-meaning, well-executed series – but is it really worth watching?
After 53 near-perfect episodes, 'The Good Place' has ended as it started – an ultimately feel-good treatise on what happens when we die
'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Season 10: Our Favorite Train Wreck Is Back, With a Whole New Set of Pet Peeves
In the season 10 premiere of HBO's ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm,’ Larry is at his diabolical, inventive best
Whatever else happens, there will be television to distract and delight us in 2020
Everything that has earned Martin Scorsese his awards – his signature themes and styles – is on display in 'The Irishman.' And there's an advantage to watching it on Netflix
Everything that made 'Mad About You' such a watchable show has been recreated faithfully in the reboot – starting, of course, with the two main characters, played by Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt
Comeback tour sees disgraced comedian finally address the sex scandal in the only way he knows how. But should he enjoy the last laugh?
Through colorful characters, a gripping story and the suggestion of injustice, Netflix's 'The Devil Next Door' revitalizes a story that’s already been told
With a popular, long-running New York Times column as source material, Amazon executives must have known they were on to a winner with 'Modern Love'
Though there isn’t much of a plot in Netflix's ‘Between Two Ferns’ movie, it doesn’t really need one. There are enough celebrities willing to be roasted, enough close-to-the-bone jokes and just enough momentum to get us safely over the finish line
The ingredients of ‘State of the Union,’ a short-form offering from Sundance TV starring Rosamund Pike and Chris O'Dowd, promise a delicacy, but the dish isn’t all that tasty
Visually stunning and deeply harrowing, a documentary by Garry Keane and Andrew McConnell tells the stories of the people of Gaza
Possessing a superpower is the ultimate corrupting influence in ‘The Boys,’ Amazon Prime Video’s new black comedy series
Netflix's 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee': Seinfeld Indulges in Fame, Fortune and Holocaust Jokes
'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee' on Netflix is Jerry Seinfeld's vanity project
HBO and BBC's 'Years and Years' paints an authentic portrait of a family dealing with a world that's spiraling out of control
This Netflix collaboration between Bob Dylan and Martin Scorsese may look like a documentary, but its main premise is a lie
Netflix's 'Black Mirror' tones down the preachiness – and the result is funny and relatable
Despite the fact that he’s in Israel as the guest of the Israel Blues Society, Burns insists he’s not a 'true bluesman'
'One Day in Gaza,' a BBC-PBS Frontline production, documents the violent events on the Gaza border in May 2018
Netflix's so-called dark comedy 'Bonding' is light on laughs and is painfully predictable – but at least it's not boring
“Documentary Now!” parodies some of the most famous – and obscure – documentaries ever made. It’s smart, subtle and very, very funny
The comedic genius Alan Partridge has been coming and going on the BBC for many a year. Will the last episode of his current show really be his last, or will he rise from the ashes once again?
Tender without being mawkish, Netflix's 'After Life' is a harrowing but uplifting journey through grief
The Duplass brothers remain true to their indie roots in ‘Paddleton,’ exploring the friendship of two men who bond over a shared love of kung fu movies and a dislike of small talk
Showtime’s ‘Black Monday’ focuses on the coked-up crimes of a bunch of debauched Wall Street brokers – and it's hilarious
A new TV film starring Benedict Cumberbatch shows how the British got themselves into the Brexit morass – and has lessons for any country facing an election
Even after a year that was terrible in oh-so-many ways, it's still possible to humbly hope for better things this year - at least on Netflix
In a funny new Netflix special, the musician, actor and humorist Loudon Wainwright III explores his relationship with his family by performing essays his father wrote
Instead of being ashamed of forging relations with some of the least democratic nations on earth, our prime minister drools and fawns over dictators