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Angie Han

Television Critic

Angie Han has been a TV Critic at The Hollywood Reporter since 2021, writing about new and returning series across broadcast and streaming platforms. Previously, she has worked as an Editor and Film Critic at Mashable, a Managing Editor at Slashfilm and a Featured Film Critic on KPCC's AirTalk.

‘Criminal Record’ Review: Lots of Polish, Little Payoff in Apple TV+’s New British Detective Drama

A fresh clue in a decade-old murder pits a tenacious London sleuth (Cush Jumbo) against the grizzled veteran (Peter Capaldi) who solved the case the first time.

‘Grimsburg’ Review: Jon Hamm Leads Fox’s Amusing but Derivative Animated Detective Comedy

Hamm voices a brilliant but troubled sleuth who can solve any mystery but his own personal life.

‘The Brothers Sun’ Review: Michelle Yeoh Is a Crime Family Matriarch in Netflix’s Zanily Entertaining Action Dramedy

A Taiwanese gangster is reunited in Los Angeles with his mother and younger brother in the new series from Byron Wu and Brad Falchuk.

‘Sanctuary: A Witch’s Tale’ Review: Human Drama Proves More Compelling Than Supernatural Trappings in AMC+ Series

A witch and her daughter fall under suspicion after the death of a teenage boy in a show based on the book by V.V. James.

How Multiple Shows This Season Offered Insight Into the Isolation and Insulation of Fame

Early in the final season of The Other Two, Cary Dubek (Drew Tarver) shows up at the distant and dingy offices of a Brooklyn-based burrito review website ready to do some press for his straight-to-VOD indie movie — only to discover what he’s actually been sent to is a mental health facility. “You are here […]

‘Dr. Death’ Season 2 Review: Edgar Ramirez and Mandy Moore in a Half-Effective Tale of Science and Seduction

The second season of the true-crime anthology centers on a surgeon whose "miraculous" advancements in biosynthetic organ transplants are not what they appear.

Critic’s Notebook: In 2023’s AI-Themed TV Shows, the People Were the Problem

In Peacock's 'Mrs. Davis', Netflix's 'Black Mirror', FX/Hulu's 'A Murder at the End of the World', the danger isn't intelligent machines — it's the all-too-flawed humans driving them.

The 10 Best TV Episodes of 2023

A stylish Hitchcock homage, a tender exploration of autism and a hilariously horny holiday special were among favorites of THR's TV critics.

The 10 Best TV Performances of 2023

Dazzling star turns from Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz, a Brit playing two messy moms and an 'Abbott Elementary' standout were among favorites of THR's TV critics.

Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick the Best TV Shows of 2023

An emotional zombie drama, a superior true-crime docuseries, a sidesplitting anti-capitalist satire and two fantastic series finales were among picks from THR's TV critics.

Critic’s Notebook: Final Episodes Bring ‘The Crown’ to a Smooth but Savorless Finish

The final six installments of Peter Morgan's acclaimed Netflix drama bring the British royal family into the mid-2000s, ending on the wedding of Charles (Dominic West) and Camilla (Olivia Williams).

‘My Life With the Walter Boys’ Review: Netflix’s Teen Romantic Drama Is Harmless but Disposable

A teenage girl from New York City moves in with a Colorado ranch family of twelve — including several handsome sons — in an adaptation of the book by Ali Novak.