TV

Isabelle Senechal May 29, 2020
“Mrs. America” is the best political drama on television right now, and perhaps the greatest feminocentric period piece to date.
John Anderson May 29, 2020
One of the basics of comedy is the element of surprise, and Hannah Gadsby’s “Nanette” surprised us by not being comedy.
Simcha Fisher May 20, 2020
She was used and abused as a child, and she continues to be used and abused by both pro-lifers and pro-choicers who want her to a weapon against the other side.
Zac Davis May 19, 2020
“The Last Dance” is not documentary but hagiography. Many commentators mean this as a criticism, but here is the thing: Hagiographies are important—and compelling.
Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as Devi in ‘Never Have I Ever’ (Netflix)
Allyson Escobar May 15, 2020
‘Never Have I Ever’ is a refreshing take on growing up in an immigrant family, where cultural and religious traditions are part of everyday life.
Paul Mescal as Connell and Daisy Edgar Jones as Marianne in ‘Normal People’ (photo: Hulu).  
Ciaran Freeman May 08, 2020
Class gets placed front and center in this upstairs-downstairs romance between an upper class girl and her maid’s son.