Apple TV+'s adaptation of Nathan W. Pyle's beloved webcomic Strange World is adorably relatable, expanding on the potential of its premise.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds goes full-blown musical for Season 2's penultimate episode. Here's CBR's review of the ambitious change of pace.
Good Omens returns to Prime Video for its second season, working best when it keeps its focus on its leads. Here's CBR's review of Season 2.
After a string of light-hearted episodes, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 2 delivers its most intense episode yet. Here's CBR's review.
The Witcher Season 3, Part 2 saves the worst for last, with Henry Cavill departing the titular role with anything but a heroic sendoff.
Even when the plotting gets a bit dicey, Only Murders in the Building is so full of amusing, well-drawn characters that it's always entertaining.
Futurama, now on Hulu, brings back familiar faces like Fry, Bender, and Leela, but it's lost some of its charm.
Peacock's adaptation of the iconic franchise, Twisted Metal, offers a great performance from Anthony Mackie, and some familiar roadside attractions.
The muddled Marvel series goes out not with a bang but with a whimper, Here's CBR's review of the Secret Wars finale.
Worlds collide as Star Trek: Strange New Worlds crosses over with Lower Decks. Here's CBR"s review of how the crossover between the two shows fares.
The Dragon Prince Season 5 is a strong balance of entertaining action, cute charm, and darker beats that pushes the show forward. Here's CBR's review.
Harley Quinn's fourth season continues to deliver rewarding character development, clever world-building, and an appealing cast. Here's CBR's review.
Uhura takes center stage in the latest Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, with the story leaning more into horror. Here's CBR's review of the episode.
Foundation returns to Apple TV+ for its second season, with the ambitious sci-fi series cutting loose and having fun with its epic scope.
Heels returns for a new season on Starz after a lengthy hiatus without missing a step as it escalates the pro wrestling drama in and out of the ring.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds puts the focus on Spock for its midpoint episode, giving Ethan Peck a more multi-faceted playground.
The latest episode of the MCU series is an encapsulation of the show at its best and at its worst, as it continues to struggle to find cohesion.
Prime Video's The Horror of Dolores Roach offers sharp social commentary and plenty of genre-hopping to satisfy hungry customers.
My Adventures with Superman breathes new life into the Superman mythos, with an anime flair. Here's CBR's review of the new animated series.
After a pair of character-driven episodes, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds leans into sci-fi spectacle. Here's CBR's review of Season 2's latest.