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Overwhelmed by Peak TV? Aaron Barnhart is your guide to the good, the great, and the skippable.
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POSTED April 22, 2021
94 and Going Strong, David Attenborough Dazzles Again With
Life in Color
For Earth Day, though, Attenborough’s other Netflix series has a more urgent message about the planet.
POSTED April 14, 2021
Jamie Foxx Returns to Sitcom TV, But David Alan Grier Steals the Show
Netflix’s grown-up comedy
Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!
starts slow but eventually finds its groove.
POSTED April 9, 2021
, the Perfect Fit For Showtime's Adult Lineup
The premium cabler's longest running series had critics talking since day one.
POSTED March 31, 2021
Doc Severinsen’s Triumphant Post-Carson Career Is the Inspiration We Need Now
The subject of a new PBS documentary, the former
bandleader is still going at age 93.
POSTED March 29, 2021
Is NBC Done With Thursday-Night Comedy For Good?
gone, the one-time home of Must See TV goes all-drama this week.
POSTED March 25, 2021
Found Its Way
Critics weren't always kind, but NBC's quirky big-box comedy got the last laugh.
POSTED March 22, 2021
Winners and Losers From Harry And Meghan's TV Takeover
It’s been a horrible month for Piers Morgan, but a great one for Peter Morgan.
POSTED March 19, 2021
Ed Sullivan’s ‘Rilly Big Shoo’ Is Back — on Sunday Nights, Naturally
The man who brought America Elvis and the Beatles returns thanks to over-the-air network MeTV.
POSTED March 16, 2021
Can Michelle Obama's Kids' TV Series Do What Public Policy Can't?
Waffles + Mochi
, the former First Lady uses puppets, cartoons, and celebrity guests to cajole families into eating better.
POSTED March 10, 2021
Last Chance U: Basketball
, a Coach For Whom Basketball Is More Than a Game
The first Black coach on the Netflix docu-franchise shows why we need sports back.
POSTED March 4, 2021
Paramount+ Launches — For Once, Beavis and Butt-Head Might Be Onto Something
The rebranding of CBS All Access looks promising, and there’s lots more to come.
POSTED March 3, 2021
: What the Critics Are Saying
A roundup of reviews for Amy Poehler’s new film about a teenage girl who finds power in publishing.
POSTED February 24, 2021
Separating Fact from Fiction:
The United States vs. Billie Holiday
How did one song turn a leading jazz singer into Enemy No. 1?
POSTED February 22, 2021
Susan Zirinsky Has Made CBS News More Feminine … And Watchable
The executive known as ‘Z’ is leaving her mark on a once-lifeless news division.
POSTED February 16, 2021
Is a Worthy Sequel to Netflix’s
Will Smith and his celebrity friends lend a lively, upbeat tone to this exploration of America's constitution.
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