James Poniewozik, the chief TV critic for The New York Times, and Margaret Lyons, a critic for The Times’s Watching site, discussed their favorites and some surprises.
This season the show takes one relationship in a new direction, and the result feels tired.
A subplot in the new season of Netflix’s wrestling comedy speaks to today by showing how little the moves of Hollywood’s harassers have changed.
Our guide to essential Season 2 reading is a mixed bag of fun features, thoughtful essays and deep dives into individual episodes.
This weekend features the return of ‘GLOW,’ a searing new comedy special and the latest installment of an inspiring documentary series.
Season 1 included a lot of characters to keep track of. Here’s where we left them, along with a behind-the-scenes video tour by its star, Alison Brie.
The star of Netflix’s “GLOW,” which returns for Season 2, is not afraid of getting physical.
Some old houses come with ghosts, but when Betty Gilpin of “GLOW” started wrestling with renovations, she encountered a monster. A very familiar one.
Luckily, there are plenty of other great shows about spies, the ’80s and messed-up families out there.