Into a cultural moment already roiling with political theater, border issues and gun violence drops "Narcos," a new series from Netflix that chronicles the rise of Pablo Escobar, whose ruthless monomania was matched only by his enduring antihero popularity.
To watch or not to watch.
"Public Morals" is proof that even in this time of television's Great Overcrowding, one should never judge a show by its genre.
Earlier this month, FX President John Landgraf told a group of TV critics what so many had been feeling for the last few years: There's just too much television.
"Fear the Walking Dead." The zombie apocalypse has officially gone franchise with this spinoff of AMC’s wildly popular “The Walking Dead.” Set in Los Angeles during the early days of the pandemic, it tracks an already overwhelmed family as it comes to realize something’s Very, Very Wrong.
Even for fans of AMC's "The Walking Dead," there is something undeniably hilarious about the idea of "Fear the Walking Dead," an alternate city spinoff. As if AMC thinks Robert Kirkman's version of the zombie apocalypse is a franchise crime procedural, like "NCIS" or "Law and Order," with multi-state...
“The fall is upon us” may not have the same ominous ring as “Winter is coming,” but believe me, the slate of new and returning shows is just as full, and seemingly just as regenerative, as an army of White Walkers. So you might want to pace yourself; do a light TV workout for the next few weeks....
McJobs and McG, cubicle culture and cougars, true love and weird roommates all jockey for space in ABC Family's “Kevin From Work,” a bawdy but strangely mild millennial-angst comedy that fades from memory as swiftly as a Snapchat post.