After 17 years, the 'Friends' cast finally gathered in the same room, but did we really need to know that David Beckham identifies as a Monica?
Like he did with his '90s cult series 'Fishing With John,' artist and musician John Lurie subverts expectations with his weird-as-hell new show.
Produced by Nathan Fielder, the HBO documentary comedy series captures the chaos and heart of the people living in New York City.
The pitch-black satire about a Silicon Valley-made digital afterlife is scathing, entertaining, and seems self-aware it's on Amazon.
The HBO miniseries imagines the terrifying alternate history if Charles Lindbergh, the famed pilot and Nazi sympathizer, defeated FDR in 1940.
Nick Offerman and Sonoya Mizuno star in the cerebral new FX on Hulu miniseries from the ‘Ex Machina’ writer/director.
The stellar final episodes of Netflix’s meditative and hilarious “Sad Horse Show” hold its flawed protagonist accountable.
The comedian plays a gentle, Mr. Rogers-like figure who navigates our anxiety-ridden world with unfailing kindness.
With a new series, a biographical podcast, an upcoming NBC special, and more, the country icon is still getting bigger and better in 2019.
The Ben Platt-starring black comedy from Ryan Murphy says little beyond its clever take on unchecked upper class ambition.
Charlie Brooker's show has moved from TV to Netflix, bringing in an American sensibility that leaves you wondering what its underlying message achieves.