Ryan Murphy’s latest anthology is a delightfully-camp look at the glamorous scandal of golden-era tinseltown.
Marrying whimsy and dread with a delectable musicality, this is a wonderfully faithful version of Snicket’s marvellous novels.
In readapting a literary classic, it seems Netflix have done right by Lemony Snicket, and right by us.
“This excruciatingly self-serious period drama makes one long for the pretentious frivolity of the Pirates of the Caribbean films.”
HBO’s long-awaited drama balances its mechanical gloss with a surprisingly genuine sense of life.
Woody Allen’s flippant Amazon series can’t keep up with its loud politics, but Miley Cyrus makes her mark.
Kiefer Sutherland’s new POTUS drama is smart, slick and absolutely gripping.
Nick Nolte is a Bad Ex-President in this broad, but nonetheless refreshing, new comedy.
NBC’s new family drama comes with a neat twist, but that’ll hardly sustain a series.
Kevin James’ return to TV is really, really bad. But its pilot had one smart joke, so we go easy on it.
An animated warrior enters the real world in FOX’s latest high-concept comedy.
Another dose of dark realism on HBO, this time starring Riz Ahmed and John Turturro as a murder suspect and his lawyer.
James Franco saves JFK in Hulu’s time-travel thriller: As messy yet fun as its premise suggests.
The creators of Glee bring us a new “sorority-based horror-comedy”, but is it funny, sexy or scary?
Life in Pieces is the sort of show where one looks at the cast list and wonders “Do these people really need money this badly?”.