While Big Shot hits a few three-pointers, it tosses up plenty of bricks, too.
This animated Amazon Prime series is part superhero flick, part coming-of-age story and more than part problematic.
It’s a typical HBO original—filled with the unfortunate, predictable ingredients that have made them famous.
Younger styles itself as a show for young Millennials. But its mature content inadvertently makes it seem a lot older.
The show’s biggest problem is that most of the adults you see are not those that you’d want raising your …
Rebel, the show—just like the character—comes with plenty of baggage.
Some violence and Eastern spirituality blend with this story of a female warrior trying to do good.
It offers a respite from TV’s turns toward the tawdry and traumatic, and that in itself is manifestly good.
Nickelodeon’s puppet-propelled sword-and-sorcery series aims young, but is still a bit edgy at times.
This series is TV-Y7 but often feels as if it’s meant for an older audience.