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‘The Regime’ Review: Kate Winslet Shines, but the Political Satire Is Shaky, in HBO Limited Series

The 'Mare of Easttown' star plays the autocratic chancellor of a fictional European republic in this new six-parter from 'Succession' veteran Will Tracy.

‘The Gentlemen’ Review: Theo James Stars in a Guy Ritchie Netflix Series That Diverts but Never Dazzles

A spinoff of Ritchie's 2019 movie, the show centers on an aristocrat who inherits his late father's estate — and with it, his late father's involvement in a marijuana business.

Critics’ Conversation: Winter TV’s Wicked Games

THR’s TV critics weigh in on a conspicuously murderous past few months of small-screen offerings, with a wide range of whodunits dominating the landscape — and a few refreshing exceptions to the rule (thank you, Max’s Sort Of!).

‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Review: Netflix’s Live-Action Remake Is a Major Letdown

The streamer's take on the beloved animated series centers on a young boy tasked with saving the world by mastering all four elements: earth, air, water and fire.

‘Constellation’ Review: Noomi Rapace in an Apple TV+ Sci-Fi Mystery That Starts With a Bang, Ends With a Whimper

The series centers on an astronaut who survives a space-station accident, only to discover upon her return to Earth that her life is not as she remembered it.

‘The Vince Staples Show’ Review: Netflix’s Meditation on Fame Has Potential, but for What?

'Abbott Elementary' guest star and rapper Vince Staples gets a five-episode showcase in the 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' semi-autobiographical vein.

‘The New Look’ Review: Juliette Binoche and Ben Mendelsohn Play Coco Chanel and Christian Dior in Sumptuous Apple TV+ Series

The fashion heavyweights cut contrasting journeys through Nazi-occupied Paris and postwar Europe in the drama from Todd A. Kessler ('Damages').

Critic’s Notebook: Jon Stewart Returned to ‘The Daily Show’ Like No Time Had Passed. Is That a Good Thing?

Kicking off nine months of pre-election Mondays in satisfactory but safe fashion, the Emmy-winning icon made familiar jokes about Joe Biden and Donald Trump's age, as well as his own.

‘Shogun’ Review: FX/Hulu’s James Clavell Adaptation Is Big and Beautiful, but Its Romance Fails to Ignite

Nearly 45 years after the Richard Chamberlain miniseries, FX and Hulu go back to 17th-century Japan for a refocused take on the source material.

Critic’s Notebook: Usher and Friends Bring Boundless Energy to a Sparkling Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show

Alicia Keys, H.E.R., Ludacris and the Jackson State Marching Band joined the "Yeah!" singer for his Las Vegas halftime residency.

‘Tracker’ Review: Justin Hartley Plays a Gig-Economy Jack Reacher in CBS’ Fast-Moving but Bland Thriller

Jeffrey Deaver's reward-seeking loner leaps to the small screen in a new procedural that launches in the coveted post-Super Bowl slot.

Critic’s Notebook: Enthusiasm Waxed and Waned, but ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Played a Long Game

As Larry David’s 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' returns for its 12th and final season, THR’s chief TV critic reflects on a series that vacillated between inspired and tired but never lost its grumpy grip on small-screen culture.

‘One Day’ Review: Netflix’s Appealingly Acted British Romance Overstays Its Welcome

A chance encounter on the last day of university sparks a decades-long bond between two classmates (Ambika Mod and Leo Woodall) in an adaptation of David Nicholls' bestselling novel.

Critic’s Notebook: Despite Heartfelt Moments, the 2024 Grammy Awards Suffered From a Case of Banality

The telecast, hosted by Trevor Noah, was a slick and studied affair only occasionally elevated by surprise and genuine emotion.

‘Mr. & Mrs. Smith’ Review: Donald Glover and Maya Erskine Lack the Romantic Fizz to Lift Amazon’s Spy Caper

Two espionage agents are assigned to work together posing as a married couple in a reboot of the 2005 big-screen action comedy that paired Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

‘Feud: Capote vs. The Swans’ Review: Naomi Watts Leads Stellar Cast in Ryan Murphy’s Otherwise Spotty Anthology

Diane Lane, Demi Moore, Chloë Sevigny, Calista Flockhart and Molly Ringwald star with Tom Hollander in the new FX season, scripted by Jon Robin Baitz, with Gus Van Sant as lead director.