“Percy Jackson and the Olympians” has been a beacon of hope for fans seeking redemption from previous adaptations of Rick Riordan’s beloved series.
Babe, wake up — Larry David is back. Yes, indeed. The new season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” has arrived and get this: it’s pretty good.
Emotional significance aside, the original “Avatar” set an important precedent for storytelling in television at large.
Despite a few structural changes, the new season is still a beacon of joy and warmth, retaining its characteristic group dynamics and heartwarming stories.
The new Peacock series “Ted,” a prequel to the 2012 hit raunchy comedy of the same name, is set in the ’90s and follows a high school-aged John (Max Burkholder).
For a show that explores delicate themes such as the power of language and the senses, and the way technology, radio especially, can be misused, the characters’ conversations do nothing to explore these further, and the usage of words such as “light,” “darkness,” and “truth” becomes redundant.
58 years after “A Charlie Brown Christmas” aired for the first time on CBS, the Peanuts characters are still returning to television with new holiday stories.
Always full of video game references and a deep love for pop culture in general, the creative freedom of leaning into an anime style opens many new doors for what "Scott Pilgrim" can do visually when not constrained by reality.
Thus, we arrive at the finale of “Attack on Titan,” an 85-minute apotheosis of 10 years of world-building and character work. Though a masterclass in animation and action delivering on many fronts, the finale is severely held back by breakneck pacing, selective character focus, and stylistic choices that one could argue would have been avoided with a more deliberate exploration of the nuances that made the series so compelling in the first place.
Although her work on “Daisy Jones and the Six” represents her first Emmy nomination, Denise Wingate has been doing innovative and visionary work in the costuming space for decades.
Even though the original creators’ departure left many worried, the trailer makes the show look every part as incredible as fans could have imagined it to be.
While it is satisfying to see the great David Tennant and Catherine Tate grace “Doctor Who” with their show-stealing presence and comedic chemistry once again, “The Star Beast” fails to do justice to this momentous occasion.
But taking a look beyond the doors of Central Perk and into Matthew Perry’s life and career reveals a talented and varied actor, a powerful story of resilience through addiction, and a striking fascination with Batman.