30 Second Bunnies
Overwhelmed by Peak TV? Aaron Barnhart is your guide to the good, the great, and the skippable. Twice weekly on Primetimer.
POSTED November 12, 2019
Disney+ May Not Look Like the Future — But Be Assured, It Is
The streaming service launches with spinoffs of
High School Musical
, and other familiar Disney franchises, with much more to come.
POSTED November 8, 2019
Can You Tell Me How To Get To
? Just Follow the Story — And the Money
HBO’s 50th anniversary special has all the elements of what made Sesame Street a game-changing kids’ show.
POSTED November 2, 2019
If You Don’t Know Emily, Apple TV+’s
Won’t Be Much Help
Hailee Steinfeld plays the badass poetess who exists only in this show’s fevered imagination.
POSTED October 26, 2019
Just When HBO's
Couldn’t Be More Relevant, It’s Logging Off
ending earlier this year, the final season of this biting satire marks the close of a comedy era at HBO.
POSTED October 21, 2019
Catherine the Great
Is HBO At Its Historical Best — That’s Not Necessarily a Good Thing
Helen Mirren shines just as she did 15 years ago playing another monarch on HBO, but times have changed.
POSTED October 18, 2019
Paul Rudd Makes
Living With Yourself
Twice As Nice
The dark, funny Netflix series features the always bankable
star taking on his fiercest adversary — himself.
POSTED October 18, 2019
An All-Star Cast Can't Save Amazon's Unlovely
The TV adaptation of the popular New York Times column is an unfortunate missed connection.
POSTED October 12, 2019
Why We Hate
Is a Depressing Catalog of Human Depravity, With a Hopeful Ending
Steven Spielberg is behind this docuseries that shows how science is unlocking the keys to overcoming tribalism and cruelty.
POSTED October 4, 2019
’s New Season Doesn’t Score High on the Tomatometer
The return of Netflix’s series exposes shocking truths about the food industry, but may leave viewers with that empty feeling.
POSTED October 2, 2019
, Immigrants’ American Dreams Turn to Nightmares
These stories of undocumented immigrants being detained and harassed by ICE cry out for action.
POSTED September 28, 2019
Bless the Harts
Is Strong Enough for Men But Made By Women
In the testosterone chamber of Fox's post-NFL Sunday nights, a female-centric animated comedy blooms.
POSTED September 26, 2019
Go Where No Mike Schur Show Has Gone Before?
The comedy überproducer keeps his Twitter rants and sitcoms separate. But in this crazy world, that might change.
POSTED September 25, 2019
Is the Bisexual PTSD
Remake We Didn't Know We Needed
Cobie Smulders is winning as a complicated P.I. in the promising new ABC detective series.
POSTED September 24, 2019
Is a 21st-Century Sitcom, But It Bleeds the 1980s
spinoff relives Bow's childhood, growing up in an interracial family.
POSTED September 17, 2019
Is the Kind of Show There Should Be More Of
Based on a real-life rape case, this outstanding limited series should inspire other shows about our broken justice system.
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