Better Call Saul: “Sunk Costs” Season 3 Episode 3 Review

For all that happens within it, “Sunk Costs” was an astoundingly fast episode of Better Call Saul, at least compared with the first two episodes of the season. But a lot of the

Veep: “Library” Season 6 Episode 2 Review

Veep moves in the right direction by giving Selina a post-presidential purpose, but it still suffers from its characters being too scattered.

Feud: Bette and Joan: “You Mean All This Time We Could Have Been Friends?” Season 1 Finale Review

Bette and Joan closes out its story with a devastatingly beautiful finale.

The Leftovers: “Don’t Be Ridiculous” Season 3 Episode 2 Review

I don’t think there’s a character on TV right now I love more than Nora Durst. The revelations about her and her psyche in “Don’t Be Ridiculous” more than re-affirm that. Season

Fargo: “The Law of Vacant Places” Season 3 Premiere Review

After a mood-setting prologue in 1988 Berlin, the third season premiere of FX’s anthology series Fargo-ifies the classic opening wedding scene from The Godfather. This twenty minute sequence introduces us to a number of the characters, all

Better Call Saul: “Witness” Season 3 Episode 2 Review

Now this was a more effective start to the season. Following last week’s dull, stagnant season premiere, “Witness” squeezes a lot into an hour. Some frustrations remain (the first ten minutes of

Feud: Bette and Joan: “Abandoned!” Season 1 Episode 7 Review

The penultimate episode of Bette and Joan is a mesmerizing exploration on power, loneliness, and how the grass on the other side is never really as green as you think it is.

Top 10 Girls Episodes

Love it or hate it, Girls‘s space in the TV-sphere for the last six years left a mark. Great shows like Broad City, Looking, and Search Party owe a lot to Lena Dunham’s series, divisive as it

A Quiet Passion Review: Sticking to the Classics

A Quiet Passion is so unapologetically an old-fashioned biopic. When this genre is parodied, the easiest cliches to take jabs at are all present aplenty in Terence Davies’ aptly subdued portrait of

Girls: “Latching” Series Finale Review

Season one of Girls, easily the show’s best, had a startlingly real quality to it compared with what else was on in 2012. That’s largely because these characters were talking about things people