Infinity Train is a beautifully handled piece of self-contained, character-driven storytelling, that we nevertheless want to last forever.
Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling moves the beloved 1990s characters into the 21st century, and lives up to high expectations.
If you're nostalgic for "Look How HARDCORE and CRAZY This Japanimation Is!"-style cringe, Netflix has a new documentary for you: Enter the Anime!
As a horror series, The Terror: Infamy is pretty rote, but it has more potential as a historical drama, illustrating a shameful period in American history.
With more character complexity has come an even bigger universe for the princesses and the Horde in She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Season 3.
The final season of AMC's Preacher does a lot right in its first two episodes, but it hasn't learned from its mistakes.
As a dark action-adventure series, Epix's Pennyworth is passable at times, with occasionally exciting set pieces.
It's difficult to care whether the crew of Netflix's Another Life lives or dies when the characters are barely distinguishable from each other.
Sex, drugs, and violence are hallmarks of The Boys, but don't let the lurid artifice fool you: This Amazon Prime show has a lot on its mind.
The creators make the fourth season of Veronica Mars something welcome and vibrant, with hope for the future.
Human Discoveries' celebrity voices aren't enough to sell the warmed-over material about self-centered idiots getting drunk, hooking up and bickering.
A promising opening is squandered over the course of Starz's drab fantasy espionage series, The Rook.
What has Dwight been up to between leaving Virginia on The Walking Dead and arriving in Texas on Fear the Walking Dead?
The show is far more about style and shock value than it is about tight plotting or effective suspense or interesting characters.
Fear the Walking Dead returns with a Season 5 premiere that holds a lot of promise for the show's major overhaul and optimistic new direction.
National Geographic's The Hot Zone can’t help but feel a bit dates, even as the creators work hard to generate suspense from well-worn material.
The series premiere of DC Universe's Swamp Thing fully embraces its horror roots, and in the process delivers compelling characters and mysteries.