This rebooted, late-‘90s cartoon “classic” is a lot like the original—including the subtle ways it pushes the envelope.
This Peacock reboot corrects some problems from the beloved 1990s sitcom—but adds a few others.
Each episode features an original tune and some valuable lessons of justice, honor, friendship and respect.
It’s funny, sweet, super family friendly and a 12-parsec improvement over its predecessor. Not that the latter set a particularly …
Amazon Prime gives us this–a weirdly righteous, wildly violent rebel–without good cause.
Though charming in spots, this Netflix series dives into some really problematic waters–especially for a TV-PG show
Chuck Lorre’s new comedy is, in some ways, as true as its title. But it has plenty of negatives, too.
With Young Sheldon, producer Chuck Lorre seems to be growing up. But like his youthful protagonist, he still has a …
Walk into this Superstore, and you may walk out with something you neither wanted nor needed.
The Truth Seekers is out there—waaay out there. And while you can certainly seek out better, cleaner shows, truth is …