Arrow: “Checkmate” Season 5 Episode 16 Review

Prometheus has never been enough. Some hooded guy meant to mirror the Green Arrow, who also had the goal of making him atone for his sins, was never going to be able

Feud: Bette and Joan: “The Other Woman” Season 1 Episode 2 Review

Bette and Joan are pushed into respective corners once the men in their lives realize how profitable it will be to have them at each other’s throats.

Girls: “Gummies” Season 6 Episode 5 Review

Girls‘ final season is really starting to feel like one. Take the scenes being filmed for Adam and Jessa’s film, which act as a pseudo-recap of earlier seasons of the show. The

Big Little Lies: “Push Comes to Shove” Episode 4 Review

Big Little Lies takes its biggest deviation from its source material yet, making Madeline into an entirely new character.

Homeland: “Alt.Truth” Season 6 Episode 8 Review

The beginning of season six, while not the best the show has ever been, did a nice job laying out exactly what issues this season would be tackling. From Quinn’s struggle as

Star Wars Rebels: “Double Agent Droid” Season 3 Episode 17 Review

For how uneven Star Wars Rebels typically is, it seems oddly fitting that after so many great episodes in a row, we’d get a truly terrible one. “Double Agent Droid” is a disaster of

Kong: Skull Island Review: Exceedingly Silly, Monstrously Fun

Kong: Skull Island is insane. Expeditions going awry on tropical islands is hardly a fresh premise (the last time it was might have been was 1933), but director Jordan Vogt-Roberts’s gargantuan monster

Legion: “Chapter 5” Review

How dangerous is David’s mind? The fifth chapter of Legion sets out to answer that question and largely succeeds. The beginning of the episode struggles a bit, however. With David suddenly acting all sinister

Big Little Lies: “Living the Dream” Episode 3 Review

A fantastic episode reveals a kinder side of Renata, as well as the personal demons that Jane has been trying to move past.

Feud: Bette and Joan: “Pilot” Series Premiere Review

The premiere of Ryan Murphy’s latest anthology series is gorgeously shot and instantly addicting, with mesmerizing performances from Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon.