Kristen Bell accidentally finds herself in heaven in “The Good Place.” And Heston Blumenthal’s jaw-dropping meals come to the Cooking Channel.
Ms. Bates trades Ryan Murphy’s “American Horror Story” for Chuck Lorre’s new pot comedy; critics aren’t having it. And “The Tick” gets its third do-over.
Netflix brings some familiar superheroes together for a singular purpose in its latest Marvel series. And two news programs investigate white supremacists in the United States.
Princess Diana talks about life under the microscope in a series of rarely heard interviews from 1991. And Scotland Yard investigates the 2006 poisoning death of Alexander V. Litvinenko.
Netflix’s “Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later” and Amazon’s “Comrade Detective” bear unusual ideas for spoofing the past, but the execution is lacking.
This streaming series, inspired by the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, stars Matt Bomer, Kelsey Grammer and Lily Collins.
Watching this Netflix comedy, with likable actors playing hateable college pals, feels like an eternity.
In this documentary on PBS’s “POV,” a D.I.Y. songwriter gets an unexpected assist from a producer thousands of miles away.