The SpongeBob Musical is so much better than it needs to be. Now, it's going to air on Nickelodeon.
Moving from Syfy to Amazon Prime, The Expanse continues to deepen its mythology as it travels to new lands and explores new challenges.
Truth Be Told is a disjointed series that's theoretically focused on a central mystery but more often is just a cluttered collection of uninteresting subplots.
Each episode of Servant provides just enough suspense to maintain interest in what happens next.
SHAFT is making its first Madoka anime in years: Magia Record, a television adaptation of a mobile game side-story.
The second season of Big City Greens brings back Cricket for escalating adventures, without losing its sense of hilarity or heart.
The latest season of Netflix's animated series The Dragon Prince brings epic, bombastic action and heartbreaking moments.
The stunning TV adaptation of His Dark Materials drops its audience into Philip Pullman's rich fantasy world, and doesn't slow down.
In the wake of the crisis at Hilltop, revelations are made that have the potential to challenge loyalties and fracture relationships.
The long-running manga/anime series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is an epic, being broken up into several stories that form a sort of anthology. We meet Jonathan Joestar in the first part, Phantom Blood, and the adventure continues with his grandson Joseph Joestar and then Jotaro Kujo.
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is better than it's ever been in the complex and compelling fourth season.
See's entertaining story and complex characters will hook you starting in the series' second episode.
For All Mankind's ambitious premise is too often underplayed, making it feel like a middlebrow prestige-style drama from a second-tier cable network.
The world of Stephen King gets a creepy remix in Castle Rock's bold and frightening second season.
The apocalypse is truly a teenage wasteland in Daybreak, Netflix's charming and self-aware comedy-drama.
Living With Yourself isn't really a comedy, with only occasional understated bits of humor, but it's not much of a drama or a sci-fi series, either.
Damon Lindelof's Watchmen is bold and engaging, and surprisingly faithful to the spirit of the comic book source material without being a retread.
Treadstone is a forgettable espionage drama with a tenuous connection to a popular character who never appears and is never mentioned.