Time after time, a report comes of another everyday nightmare at an American school, and with it, a harrowing ritual.
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Ray Bradbury’s dystopian warning about mid-20th-century media and conformity gets a muddled HBO update for the emoji era.
Some fresh TV ideas have an expiration date. That means letting go of the idea that loving a thing always means we should get more of it.
In the Starz series, a sudden death returns two sisters to confront a changed Los Angeles neighborhood and some painful memories.
Don’t hire a political comic, then renounce her when she does political comedy.
As the Hulu series moves past Margaret Atwood’s novel, it feels, as it should, like the end of the world.
The first season of this HBO robo-serial was more puzzle than story. The second one gets its head out of its own maze enough to develop a personality.
The Facebook founder got a public grilling from Congress over privacy issues. But bland answers and unfocused questions kept his TV exposure minimal.
Tracy Morgan and Tiffany Haddish are well-paired in this TBS comedy about an ex-con making up for lost time, but the series has an identity crisis.
In a strong return for TV’s most intimate spy drama, tension rises as the conclusion of the series — and the Soviet Union — approaches.