USA's show based on the hit franchise is solid, but it relies too much on the obvious rather than taking advantage of television's unique qualities.
The saddest part of Preacher's big Season 3 finale is saying goodbye to some truly great villains.
The Innocents wants to be the next great supernatural teenage romance, but it's more often insipid and annoying instead.
This week's Fear the Walking Dead sees Alicia stuck riding out the storm with the teen who's responsible for the death of Madison and Nick.
A big budget and major push by Amazon can't make John Krasinski's turn as the semi-iconic Jack Ryan a true success.
Packed full of charm and spunk, Disney XD's Marvel Rising: Initiation is sure to win the hearts of Marvel fans everywhere.
Netflix's new series, Insatiable, is a train wreck of terrible jokes, unpleasant characters, gross stereotypes and idiotic storylines.
Despite all the freedom that comes from working with Netflix, Mat Groening's Disenchantment is a pretty conventional show - for now.
Though there are some enjoyable aspects, Lodge 49 ultimately commits the worst possible sin for a new show: It's very, very boring.
With its fourth episode of the season, Preacher sees the Three Amigos upstage their colorful supporting cast for the first time in a long time.
Bobcat Goldthwait's Misfits & Monsters isn’t quite like anything else on TV, and is probably worth your time to give it a shot.
Hulu's Castle Rock is a heartfelt love letter to Stephen King, but something about it feels like it's from a stalker.
The CW's new series, The Outpost, is a Dungeons & Dragons quest brought to life, with the production values of a Renaissance fair.
HBO's Amy Adams-led Sharp Objects opens with the promise of something unique, but too often plays like a mediocre imitation.
In Preacher's premiere, Angelville, Jesse returns to his childhood home, and its terrifying residents, for what promises to be the best season yet.
Fear the Walking Dead's midseason finale, and the major status quo shift it contained, has fans engaging in some wishful thinking.
Marvel's latest TV series, Cloak & Dagger, has the beginnings of a lot of very good ideas but none of them are quite fleshed out -- yet.
Fear The Walking Dead makes a game-changing play in "Good Out Here," but it may change one of its fundamental differences from the flagship.
The Walking Dead's All Out War continues to shake things up for the show's cast, but the latest development may have lowered the stakes.