The gripping new Hulu drama Dopestick gives us a painful-but-revealing look at the roots of America’s opioid epidemic.
Our recommendation for this show is the same as the police’s recommendation for the show’s critical video: Don’t watch.
It’s fun, but the show is guilty of lack of restraint in the second degree—a senseless crime if ever there …
The Hippocratic Oath requires doctors to “do no harm.” But this doctor—and this show—break that oath with abandon.
This television sequel to the beloved Tom Hanks film isn’t perfect. But like Hooch himself, it’s lovable all the same.
Heist’s message about the pointlessness of crime doesn’t exactly excuse the questionable methods it uses to get it across.
The dramedy lives up to HBO’s brand of showing anything and everything with barely a semblance of restraint.
In the Dark is aptly named: Better to sit in the dark than watch this show.
The show, like its main character, can be pretty grim and rough
Paramount+’s faith-themed horror procedural is respectful, but not reverential. And it has some problems to be aware of.