Oddballs, human drama, tapping toes: If you have time, our TV critic Margaret Lyons has ideas.
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It’s a good week for comedy, mockumentary and summer-camp nostalgia.
A charming food series, a Korean-Canadian import and World Cup soccer: Stock up on snacks.
The second season gave in to the Hulu series’s most tedious instincts, substituting slow stares and endless montage sequences for any actual development.
Time for some Agatha Christie deep cuts and a return to “Floribama Shore.”
A lighthearted animated series, a wry travel show and a lot of failed pastries: The Times TV critic Margaret Lyons has you covered.
Would you like an old favorite, a tense foreign thriller or a magician competition?
This weekend features the return of ‘GLOW,’ a searing new comedy special and the latest installment of an inspiring documentary series.
This three-part mini-series, debuting Friday on Amazon, stars Hugh Grant as a closeted British politician who conspires to murder his former lover.
Escape with “Rick and Morty,” bar trivia or puppies.