Amazon's latest offering, “Patriot,” may be too confusing and self-absorbed to continue its critical success, the series has enough charm to sustain its ten-episode run.
“Big Little Lies” finds deadly excitement in a place you might not expect: motherhood.
The miniseries, which has garnered numerous awards and nominations, dramatizes the already dramatic and infamous O.J. Simpson murder case that riveted the nation in 1995.
Following his dynamic performance on “Game of Thrones,” and before his stint in the upcoming “Justice League,” Jason Momoa is headlining the new Netflix series “Frontier.”
“The Young Pope” has enough intrigue to become the newest and potentially weirdest entry into prestige television.
In the absence of intense dramas like “Game of Thrones” or “The Leftovers,” HBO returns to stake its claim in the genre with “Westworld.”
Cinemax's latest endeavor, “Quarry,” promises both intense drama and unnerving action. The eight-episode season premiered Sept. 9 and airs Fridays at 10 p.m.
Although fall means the end of summer vacation and the start of another semester, it brings a new set of shows to help you cope with the stress of school work.
Kurzel’s “Macbeth” is a worthy addition to the Shakespearean cinematic genre, combining powerful performances and beautiful cinematography with the timeless source material.
“Daredevil” is one of Netflix’s best series, combining strong acting, cinematography and the writing of a cable drama, with the intrigue of the superhero genre.