Ginny & Georgia is, at best, trashy escapism not fit for the teens it’s aimed at. At worst, it’s just …
Disney and Marvel’s latest small-screen venture is a superhero series that feels more like Dick Van Dyke than Avengers: Endgame.
This CBS show can look and feel pretty impressive at times. But it is not exactly pure.
Presidential candidate Dwayne Johnson tries to tell voters—and viewers—what really matters in life. And the results aren’t half bad.
It has some problems, but the show runs more cleanly and efficiently than Kevin James’ fictional NASCAR team.
Despite its wit and heart, Fox’s animated show has some not-so-great issues that may have families heading south.
This bold, crass interpretation of the poet comes off as more of a disappointment than anything.
Lifelong besties Tully and Kate met on Firefly Lane. But loyalty and nostalgia aren’t the only things you’ll see here.
This rebooted, late-‘90s cartoon “classic” is a lot like the original—including the subtle ways it pushes the envelope.
Mr. Mayor’s platform will be a difficult one for many families to support. But it’s still asking for your vote.