POSTED June 18, 2019
A New Zealand mortuary is the unlikely setting for this uplifting Netflix reality series.
POSTED June 13, 2019
This quirky britcom about treasure hunters digs deeper than you might expect
POSTED June 11, 2019
Babylon Berlin (Season 1)
This Netflix import set in 1929 presents Berlin in all its pre-Nazi glory and grit.
POSTED June 6, 2019
Frasier (Season 4)
Few comedies were as funny in their prime, but that doesn't mean Frasier should be revived.
POSTED June 4, 2019
Anne with an E
The spunky orphan girl of L.M. Montgomery's beloved books is darker and sadder in this Netflix adaptation.
POSTED May 28, 2019
This fact-based PBS Civil War drama still resonates two years after its cancellation.
POSTED May 23, 2019
Errol Morris’s detective work paid off in this 2017 miniseries about a CIA scientist’s mysterious death.
POSTED May 21, 2019
This classic about the triumph and tragedy of our modern food system is the antidote to overheated docs like What the Health and GMO OMG.
POSTED May 16, 2019
The creator of The Crown penned this character drama about evil and redemption that resonates in an age of mass incarceration.
POSTED May 14, 2019
The 1996 murder inspires a film about what happens when people are invested in one outcome and won’t be convinced otherwise.
POSTED May 9, 2019
Crime + Punishment
A stunning documentary about abusive policing at the NYPD has lessons for every city and town in America.
POSTED May 6, 2019
The Americans (Season 1)
The celebrated spy thriller's early episodes are far more relevant today than when they first aired.
POSTED May 2, 2019
Life on Mars (UK)
The irony! Most viewers of this BBC classic about a time traveler locked in a world of obsolete technology will watch it on DVD.
POSTED April 30, 2019
American Crime is tough to watch. But isn’t that why we watch shows like this?