This year’s Emmy nominees, announced on Tuesday, offer helpful insights on small-screen trends.
The shape-shifting Clayface debuts in a very good yet mildly disappointing two-parter.
The themes about growing up are relatable, the nostalgia is real, and the monster-fighting remains legitimately scary. ‘Stranger Things 3’ is excellent.
In the third season of Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things,’ the story is centered on eroticism instead of friendship.
The hypothetical Netflix user who’s spent years toggling between ‘The Office,’ ‘Friends,’ and the company’s original content will need at least three subscriptions by 2021 to keep their status quo.
It’s just too good to go on forever. Wallowing in ’80s nostalgia is healthy when done in moderation, but too much could make for disappointing outcomes.
Maybe the late night talk show is a habit of older generations: people who don’t have Netflix and wouldn’t watch Michelle Wolf if they did.
For some reason, Christian Americans are incredibly upset with the TV series Good Omens,’ based on the Neil Gaiman/Terry Prachett novel of the same name.
To better understand how important ‘Star Trek’ is to reading the TV climate, it’s worth looking at what happened the last time it was so popular.
While HBO’s ‘Euphoria’ is definitely shocking, it’s just not representative of today’s teenage experience.
It’s the age of the influencer, and that’s makes now as good a moment as any to revisit ‘The Hills,’ MTV’s controversial blend of truth and fiction.
Based on the novel by Kirsten Smith, ‘Trinkets’ does not skimp on the crazy, spiraling plot, or on the strength of teen girl friendship.
Bruce Wayne takes the lead in debunking a fortune teller’s scam on Gotham’s elite.
While visually slick, ‘Ice on Fire’ is filled to the tipping point with scare tactics, doomsday predictions, and unreasonable proposals.
Netflix let Jeff Ross play with the concept of ‘Historical Roasts’ for six half-hour installments, and the results were pretty mixed.
This might be the least ‘Black Mirror’-ish series to date, and a possible start to the show’s mature period. That’s a good thing.
In the late-night wars, Jimmy Fallon might want to start looking at Stephen Colbert as more of a blessing than a curse.
‘I don’t know much about Boston except that they threw a bunch of tea in some body of water,’ said Hannah Brown, ABC’s current Bachelorette, on Monday.
A writer for the BBC franchise ‘Dr. Who’ says his story was cancelled over a tweet critical of the trans movement. It displays a growing and troubling cowardice.
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