HBO has shown that “Westworld” continues to have ambitions greater than being the cable drama about robots.
While the intermingling of the Warrens and the Richardsons initially stirs chaos and drama, the show is, at its heart, about motherhood and a mother’s struggle to truly understand and give to one’s child what they need.
Should audiences have a chance to see Dia’s latest film, they will be well rewarded for immersing themselves in an authentically specific narrative that speaks to universal truths.
The new Netflix docuseries "Babies" shares the science behind the babies.
“Narcos — Mexico” season two wields some of the strongest writing and acting to be found in television or film, while also continuing to draw attention to the history of the drug war and the social and political devastation that has come from it.
"To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You" is a seamless continuation of its predecessor, true to its aim to simply be the next installment in one cohesive narrative.
For audiences that want a low-key and accessible look at the games industry that is amusing and clever — “Mythic Quest” is more than worth a playthrough.
The final episodes of "Bojack Horseman," which were made available Jan. 31, make it clear that the past will always be close behind the titular character.