The first episode of Weird City, the new sci-fi comedy anthology from Jordan Peele, explores the pitfalls of dating apps in a dystopian future.
The office is hell, especially when you're working in the heaven of Miracle Workers, the new TBS comedy that doesn't so much entertain as grate.
DC Universe's Doom Patrol live-action series is every bit as wonderfully weird as you would expect from the world's strangest heroes.
The Walking Dead's ninth season continues with an episode that brings a monumental shift to the survivors' status quo in the form of The Whisperers.
Netflix's The Umbrella Academy is a faithful adaptation of Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba's comic and an interesting standout in the superhero genre.
Russian Doll is a smart, consistently entertaining gem that deserves not to get lost in the weekly deluge of Netflix original programming.
Produced by Patty Jenkins and starring Chris Pine, TNT's I Am the Night promises a twisting murder mystery, but falls short.
Animation studio Rooster Teeth wants gen:LOCK to be its mainstream breakout but can it succeed in keeping new viewers hooked?
Unfortunately, SyFy's Deadly Class wants to be a lot cooler and more intimidating than it really is.
The Passage, Fox's new show about vampires with psychic powers who are destined to take over the world, is unbearably boring.
HBO's noir anthology series returns, as Mahershala Ali leads the cast in the latest story from creator and sole writer Nic Pizzalatto.
A lack of sharp writing and charismatic characters relegates Roswell, New Mexico to the annals of unimpressive television reboots.
The four-part adaptation is mostly faithful to the beloved novel, but Watership Down's murky visuals drag it down.
The second season of Hulu's Runaways remains promising and fun despite some pacing and narrative missteps.
Don't expect Game of Thrones is space from Syfy's dreary and bloated adaptation of George RR Martin's 1980 sci-fi novella.
Season 9 makes good on its promise to return The Walking Dead to its roots with "Evolution," the first truly terrifying episode in a long time.
Daryl Dixon is drawn out of the woods, and back into the communities, by new responsibility in The Walking Dead episode "Stradivarius."
Paul W.S. Anderson's Origin gives YouTube a fun sci-fi series combining Lost in Space with Lost... in space.
Andrew Lincoln's final episode of The Walking Dead, "What Comes After," sends off Rick Grimes in style ... and then some.