Benedict Cumberbatch stars as the consultant who Sherlocked Britain into voting to leave the European Union, in a story with echoes of American politics.
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Mahershala Ali is magnetic in this latest installment, but it amounts to little more than a do-over of Season 1.
Think of this story about an amateur teen sex therapist as “Doogie Howser, XXX.” Asa Butterfield stars alongside a wonderfully deadpan Gillian Anderson.
After all that media drama, President Trump’s first Oval Office prime-time address served no purpose but to get him on his true home: TV.
A broadcast often known for boozy troublemaking seemed mainly to want to stay out of trouble this year.
The president’s appropriation of the show’s tagline and imagery suggests he doesn’t know what happened to the wall — or what it really means.
Both the choose-your-own adventure gimmick in “Black Mirror” and debates around the “Sopranos” finale appeal to the same fallacy of knowable destiny.
This four-part adaptation makes Richard Adams’s epic of rabbit civilization less scary, but stiff C.G.I. and timid choices sacrifice some of its dark poetry.
Remembering Marshall as Laverne DeFazio, the 1950s blue-collar dynamo of a 1970s sitcom.