Up Next is an ongoing series of TV reviews that explores brand new shows that are about to drop on streaming or begin runs on television. If you’re looking for the next great show that everyone will soon be talking about, this is a good place to start.
A compelling and unusual kidnapping plot is hampered by messy writing in the latest Max miniseries.
Apple TV’s muddled new drama benefits from an A-List cast, but it’s not enough to make it worth a watch.
Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne star in the uproarious new Apple TV+ series, which comes from the director of ‘Neighbors’ and the co-creator of ‘Friends From College.’
The new FBI sci-fi series Class of ‘09 fails to make a strong impression, despite boasting some signature FX (on Hulu) aesthetics.
Pete Davidson stars as Pete Davidson in the latest Peacock series, a portrait of playful self-destruction.
The new Netflix series Beef stars Ali Wong and Steven Yeun as two strangers entangled in a feud, but it taps an intense vein of American anger that goes far beyond a road rage incident.
Bob Odenkirk is an AMC leading man once again with Lucky Hank, which is shaping up to be an enjoyable campus-set comedy with a bittersweet undercurrent.
FSR chief television critic Valerie Ettenhofer says it’s hard to engage with Amazon’s new high fantasy series thanks to its middling CGI and overstuffed mythology.
The series looks and sounds great, but its thin characters can’t sustain the story at hand.