Colton Underwood’s season of “The Bachelor” starts right off the bat with the scandalous, entertaining and oftentimes cringe-worthy drama that has kept viewers watching for 23 seasons.
While the miniseries explores sexuality and adulthood with raw, personal wit, it’s too brief to tell a cohesive story.
Noelle Stevenson’s remake of the popular ‘80s cartoon is rewarding for new fans of all ages.
Released on Netflix as an original documentary series on Nov. 9, “Medal of Honor” shares the inspiring stories of eight individuals who went “above and beyond the call of duty.”
The Netflix Original’s campy humor is endearing, but might not be for everyone.
When Michael Langdon, the Antichrist, is rejected by his father and lost without his mother figure, he seeks to find his own path to starting the end of the world.
Hasan Minhaj tackles the issues on affirmative action during the premiere of a new weekly show, “Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj.”
As we draw closer to the apocalypse, we return to learn more about the new Voodoo Queen and read a couple minds along the way.
The new Netflix original series reimagines “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” in a realm of supernatural horror.
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Comedy Central has confirmed the show has ended after four seasons, but its legacy is already solidified.
Netflix’s new series is a sprawling, intoxicating addition to the teen drama genre.
In the fifth episode of ‘American Horror Story: Apocalypse,’ one of the formerly lost coven witches of season three reappears, along with Stevie Nicks.
Rachel Bloom’s musical dramedy remains a unique addition to mainstream television.
The season three premiere of “Riverdale” brings nothing new to the table, which results in a horrifying mess of television.
In the fourth episode of ‘Apocalypse,’ we learn of the Antichrist’s growth to power and how men are always weaker than women, but especially in magic.
The show’s newest season brings comedy to the dark years of puberty, and comments on various hot topics.
The NBC drama left viewers with mysterious flash-forwards in the season two finale, and the season three premiere begins to unwrap what is to come.
Kristen Bell and Ted Danson lead a quirky, clever ensemble cast in the latest installment of the afterlife comedy.
Although Kanye West’s performances were not up to par, the season premiere’s writing was phenomenal.