Filthy Rich tries to expose a wealthy Christian family’s hypocrisy, while somehow missing its own.
Is this younger version of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’s famous villain kinder and gentler? Um, no.
Ridley Scott’s bloody new show pokes and prods faith like it’s some sort of alien creature.
This Netflix drama about going to Mars majors in relational complexities—and orbits some surprising content concerns, too.
Amazon’s dark and cynical homage to superheroes is neither super, nor heroic.
Trinkets is nothing remarkable—not in this age of bad-behaving, telegenic teens.
Lucifer’s not such a bad guy. Or at least that’s what Netflix would like you to believe.
The first television show made in the COVID era is an earnest look at love and human nature. But it …
The two Bible-toting, Southern teen belles at the heart of this show secretly embrace some seriously rebellious behavior.
As you might expect from the titular reference to a horror master, Lovecraft Country is brimming with monsters.