One thing is for certain: these programmes will force other creators to up their game, and that’s a very good thing.
Peggy Carter is not just a bad ass. She’s so much more than that.
Catch Backstrom while you can.
Better Call Saul may have nailed the Breaking Bad aesthetic, but it’s not quite there yet in terms of characters and stories that gel together to create a cohesive whole.
Downton’s not willing to go so far as to depict a socialist character with politics we can take seriously.
While it might seem like an odd thing to say, it’s possible that we have too much TV on TV.
Surprisingly, science fiction frequently confronts readers and viewers with questions about the nature of humanity and the existence of God.
No matter what people say, Transparent is still a pile of bigoted, transphobic crap.
Black Mirror challenges us to think about the technologies around us and how we use them, interact with them, and accept them.
Under Peter Capaldi’s Doctor, the classic show has taken a more thoughtful turn. It’s an intriguing approach, but it comes with a dark side.