Thanks to its raw and complicated characters, this beautifully produced show about the lives of these young athletes dealing with homelessness, gentrification, and mental illness can't be overlooked. But that sketch, like so many of its hits, is also rooted in a deep understanding and love for Black expression. –Sadie Gennis, How to watch: Netflix Dreamworks Animation has been pushing into the television space for years now, but with Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts, it has its first masterpiece for the modern era. –Allison Picurro, How to watch: Netflix What's the recipe for a perfect television show? Better Things celebrates the mundanity of existence like nothing else. Each week's challenge — from freestyle battles to sampling to executing a music video to conceptualizing a stage performance — was a reminder that it takes more than a few fire bars to make it big. Her job at a waterpark can't pay the (second) mortgage, so with nothing but her wit and her wiles, she begins to claw her way up the MLM chain that cost her everything. Sure. –Amanda Bell. –Amanda Bell, How to watch: Netflix Although you probably haven't heard of it, Formula 1: Drive to Survive is one of the most perfect documentary series ever to exist. Sift through the bong smoke and you'll find one of the year's best new comedies. GLOW reclaims space for invisible women. –Kelsey Grace Pfeifer, How to watch: Peacock Contract killings may seem like the kind of thing that only happens in mobster films, but two seasons in, Oxygen's true crime series Murder for Hire has proven that plenty of average people still try to go through with these morbid plans — from a crime novelist going after her own husband to an eye surgeon trying to recruit a Russian hit man to take out a former employee. But as a show that has always imagined the possibility for good communities within broken systems, it might just be uniquely positioned to rise to the occasion. ), The 10th anniversary of The Walking Dead's premiere is rapidly approaching, and though it's a little long in the tooth, this game-changing horror show still has a lot of bite. –Krutika Mallikarjuna, More on Never Have I Ever in our interview with Maitreyi Ramakrishnan…, How to watch: HBO Max Tarell Alvin McCraney, whose semi-autobiographical play was adapted into the Oscar-winning film Moonlight, again mines his childhood for David Makes Man. Chronicles the financial meltdown of 2008 and centers on Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. Parodying a much-criticized PSA from woke white celebrities, Dear White People did in that video what it's done for three seasons on Netflix: make complex and sometimes uncomfortable conversations about race and racism entertaining to watch. Bright's personal trauma is only the start of the drama, though, as there's more than one Whitly who stands a chance of taking up that terrible family mantle. Jane Levy is a standout as Zoey, a young computer programmer gifted with the ability to hear people's inner thoughts through song thanks to a faulty MRI. And over the past five seasons, the women of Potomac have consistently delivered iconic moments like this while still serving up captivating storylines with real drama, authentic heart, and a whole lot of shade. –Noelene Clark, Netflix's On My Block is arguably the best young adult series the streaming service currently has to offer, and it just keeps getting better as it ages alongside its teenage protagonists. And while there had been a lot of trepidation about how well the show could pull off the lip sync battle royale remotely, the three finalists — Crystal Methyd, Gigi Goode, and Jaida Essence Hall — turned what could have been a disaster in lesser queens' hands into the tightest race in Drag Race herstory. The story didn't always hold up over the eight-episode first season, but it's the quality cast (which included Tatiana Maslany, John Lithgow, Shea Whigham, and Juliet Rylance) and the impressive re-creation of Prohibition-era Los Angeles that you tuned in to watch anyway. In the show's mythology, the ageless Sherman McDaniels (Salahuddin) is the host of a musical variety show (like Don Cornelius of Soul Train) that somehow spans multiple decades. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. When the show returned, under the title Good Eats: The Return (not to be confused with Good Eats: Reloaded, which features Brown updating and remixing old episodes), Brown also introduced new techniques to capture what he's doing in the kitchen, making the series stand out in a way that very few food shows do. As newcomer Autumn (Elarica Johnson), single mom Miss Mississippi (Shannon Thornton), and head dancer Mercedes (Brandee Evans) bare their whole selves to us, we see mothers, daughters, businesspeople, dreamers, hustlers, and friends whose lives have been complicated by poverty, abuse, family drama, and more. EQUATION TO AN UNKNOWN - Brand new HD restoration of a long-lost masterpiece of gay erotic cinema. –Allison Picurro, The latest season of Doctor Who ended with the show's first Black Doctor (Jo Martin) asking the show's first female Doctor (Jodie Whittaker), "Have you ever been limited by who you were before?" So while options for modern hard sci-fi viewing may be sparse, it's possible the reason there are so few other shows doing what The Expanse does is simply because they know they couldn't do it even half as well. The Walking Dead has become something like the Metallica of TV: not as big as it used to be, but can still pack arenas and bring the heavy stuff when it needs to. The world was on fire, but at least we had Love Is Blind and Insecure and What We Do in the Shadows to watch. The season tapped into classic Star Trek lore that longtime fans could appreciate, with the gang discovering new life in uncharted territory and encountering classic characters like the majestic Talosians. The latest season of the NBC sitcom was its funniest in years, packed with the madcap return of Adrian Pimento (Jason Mantzoukas), an Agatha Christie-style whodunit featuring J.K. Simmons, a Halloween Heist too big for one holiday, and the dramatic kidnapping of Cheddar the dog. The legendary investor started out as an ambitious, numbers-obsessed boy from Nebraska and ended up becoming one of the richest and most respected men in the world. While a lot of what the series has to say is as clear as glass, its meditations on issues that defy a moral binary — the way people objectify others' bodies for their own desires and the subjectivity of truth — are intentionally messier, and the show is all the more compelling for it. But even as she races backward and forward through time to save her dad, she wonders whether any of it is real or whether she's experiencing symptoms of schizophrenia, which her grandmother had. With exceptional direction from all-female directors and writing that sometimes feels like a punch to the heart, P-Valley shows us a never-before-seen world with unusual compassion and clarity. More on All American in our interview with the cast... How to watch: DC Universe, HBO Max Though not as wild a ride as its first season, Doom Patrol's second outing was one of the few servings of true joy we got this entire year. –Liam Mathews, How to watch: NBC If you're looking for a pitch-perfect blend of heartwarming stories, pop culture fun, and an incredible showcase of talent all brought to you by one of the most authentic and relatable celebrities out there, The Kelly Clarkson Show is a must-see. Plus, its cinematography capturing wide-open Western landscapes makes it look grander than anything else on TV. But in Season 4, Insecure told the wrenching story of Issa and Molly's fraying friendship with a solemn voice. The supporting cast, including Gugu-Mbatha Raw, are at their heartbreaking best, too. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. More on Better Call Saul in our interview with the cast and co-creators... Edited by Sadie Gennis, Noelene Clark, Kelly Connolly, and Kaitlin Thomas, Video produced by Semhar Debessai, Sadie Gennis, Aaron Segura, Aliza Sessler, Tony Maccio, and Ndumiso Mafu, Video interviews by Kelly Connolly, Megan Vick, Sadie Gennis, Amanda Bell, Keisha Hatchett, Krutika Mallikarjuna, and Lindsay MacDonald. © 2021 TV GUIDE, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. And after three seasons of watching the HBO epic, we can definitively confirm that we have. Throughout it all, TV has served as a coping mechanism for many of us as we locked down in our homes, away from family or friends or coworkers. View production, box office, & company info, Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Announces 2019 Dates and New Partnership with Gunpowder & Sky’s Alter, Teacher Tale ‘Ms. –Kelly Connolly, It's tough out there for a sci-fi fan these days — especially if you're looking for true hard sci-fi — but at least we have The Expanse. Most shows in the reality competition genre depend on human interaction to power the show's drama (think Are You The One? When you hold Desus Nice and The Kid Mero up against every other talk show host, there's really no competition: They've retained their signature loose, fun vibe, ensuring that watching them always feels like dropping in on your two best friends, even in the face of their growing popularity; they spout jokes off the cuff like they were born to do it; and they're so far the only interviewers who have had the confidence to look a former presidential hopeful in the eye and ask, "Are you willing to expose your feet on camera to the American public?" In Season 2 of the Netflix drama, the Hargreeves siblings had to once again get over their personal baggage to band together and save the world — this time in 1963 Dallas. Bitcoin is the most disruptive invention since the Internet, and now an ideological battle is underway between fringe utopists and mainstream capitalism. This is the rare TV show that wraps you in its warm embrace and genuinely makes you feel lighter and happier than you were before. –Lauren Zupkus, How to watch: Hulu It is a crime that Queen Sugar has not been given all the awards. –Sadie Gennis, How to watch: Starz, Amazon (with Starz add-on), Hulu (with Starz add-on), American culture's entrenched scorn for sex work and Black women's bodies is part of what makes Starz's P-Valley so fresh and invigorating: The series amplifies the voices of Black strippers, people who've been derided and dismissed, and depicts them with compassion and nuance. Confident in its oddball groove, which prizes hard puns and wacky setups, Black Monday puts its players in an endless loop of backstabbing plots and mayhem, unleashing jokes and visual gags at rapid speed. –Krutika Mallikarjuna, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series was the feel-good gem we didn't know we needed. TV Guide celebrates the series that made us laugh, broke our hearts, and threw us a lifeline during these wild times. But you stayed because Austin Winsberg's semi-autobiographical musical dramedy delivers catharsis in every episode. As we enter the back half of the Pearson family story, we still aren't able to predict where This Is Us is going. Blending moments of gutting reckonings with twisted humor, Dead to Me is at once contemplative and extremely fun. (He definitely has, and it probably won't make a difference.) –Aliza Sessler, Derry Girls is one of the very best offerings in teen TV. You'll recognize yourself and your own problems in these participants, and you might even learn how to manage them. As she works to piece together what happened to her, the series shifts perspective, digging into her backstory, chronicling her descent as she struggles to cope after the assault, and showing her healing in a way that's nothing short of spellbinding. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. That sturdy image of the beloved captain is flipped on its head in Star Trek: Picard as we're introduced to a very different Picard, one who's learning to live again after self-secluding following a disastrous rescue effort to save the Romulans from the supernova that destroyed their home planet. ), intricate storytelling, and opulent sets and costumes, the show is richly entertaining as it filters real-world events through the royal family. Season 12 alone delivered an electric new Master (Sacha Dhawan), the return of Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman), the second destruction of Gallifrey, and a clever new twist in the Doctor's backstory that forced the show to reckon with its homogeneous past even as Martin's history-making Doctor offered a new way forward. Powered by career-best performances from both Elle Fanning as Catherine and Nicholas Hoult as her cruel but clueless husband, Emperor Peter, the cheeky comedy is a fascinating exploration of court theatrics and politics as seen through the eyes of a fiercely competent woman whose ideas and desire for progress are regularly stifled by ineffective leadership and insufferable idiots. And though All American is always entertaining, it never avoids an opportunity to have some real talk with its viewers. As TV fans and creators reconsider the role of the cop show in America's cultural landscape, it will be interesting to see how Brooklyn Nine-Nine adapts. SAVING CAPITALISM is a documentary film that follows former Secretary of Labor and Professor, Robert Reich, as he takes his book and his views to the heart of conservative America to speak ... See full summary ». –Malcolm Venable, The best show on network television is a CBS procedural with canned margaritas and a horned beast who practices therapy. Instead of waiting until the series' end for Judy to reveal the truth to Jen, the show dropped the bomb in the first season, making room for Dead to Me to layer the story with even more costly complications in Season 2 that caused the women to question their own morals and further solidify their bonds. Vikings, which will wrap up its six-season run on History later this year, is a quiet revolution on the historical fiction front. The sweet relationship formed between Mando and Baby Yoda mixed with the high-stakes adventures of the best gunslinger in the galaxy made for a captivating new series that will definitely have audiences coming back for more. It was also a downright fierce competition; even the weakest links of this powerhouse cast were memorable personalities with big potential, and we'd be thrilled to see any of the queens from the season (aside from Sherry) on All Stars. –Malcolm Venable, How to watch: Netflix Netflix's Sex Education centers on a renowned sex therapist's (Gillian Anderson) virginal teenage son (Asa Butterfield), who teams up with a secretly brilliant social outcast (Emma Mackey) to sell sex advice to his frisky classmates. The writing is at its sharpest, the performances — especially from new cast member Shalita Grant as Dory's lawyer Cassidy, who runs away with every scene she's in — are top-notch, and despite this season being filmed over two years ago, it's somehow more relevant than ever. While David's mom Gloria (Alana Arenas) scrapes by financially (and emotionally) as she deals with her own wounds and addictions, David is buoyed and brought up through a patchwork of people, including his gifted class teacher Dr. Woods-Trap (Phylicia Rashad), his best friend, and sometimes competitor, Seren (Nathaniel Logan McIntyre), and his complicated father figure Sky (Isaiah Johnson). Hawkins is both a nod to the many plaintowns of American cinema and a place with its own eccentricities and charms. It's a thrill to watch everyone in GLOW's diverse ensemble sink their teeth into its theatricality, but the show's marquee matchup is still the fractured friendship that started it all. With William Ackman, Douglas M. Brooks, William Cohan, Julie Contreras. McCraney's influence as a playwright seeps into the episodes, with even peripheral characters informing the series with a lyricism more common on stage than on television. It's a Cloud 9 family, and we're happy to be a part of it. The epiphany came just in time, too, since they'll need one another to face the ramifications of that jaw-dropping twist at the end of the season. 's passionate makeouts or Survivor's intense physical challenges). Introduced in the third season of the ITV2 sensation, Casa Amor is the ultimate catalyst for messy, delightful dating show drama. There's something in that line that speaks to the spirit of the whole show. After weeks of the Love Island contestants getting cozy in their couples, without warning, the women and men are split up into two separate villas where they're shacked up for nearly a week with a whole new group of sexy singles looking to turn the contestants' heads. It's an important story to tell and a microcosm of our systems' failings, and we're looking forward to the producers shining an equally illuminating spotlight on the world of college basketball next season. But obviously others do not see that, as the business continued to be profitable and thriving.This documentary not only explores the pyramid nature of the business, but explains how people fall for it. Without being able to talk to the people with whom they're already coupled up, each contestant must decide whether to recouple with one of the Casa Amor cuties or risk getting pied and potentially dumped from the island if their other half wasn't as faithful. Oh well, they're missing out on some precision butchery of corporate America, office culture monotony, and the painful malaise of the common man. A documentary exploring the life and career of notorious Republican dirty trickster and longtime Trump adviser, Roger Stone, who helped create the real estate mogul's political career. The contenders themselves were talents worth tweeting about; some were even handpicked by major artists (often friends of the judges) as up-and-comers making a name for themselves in their respective cities' music scenes. Her arc from buttoned-up corporate lawyer to whatever it is she's becoming this season unearthed what had been in the works beneath the surface all along; while we were all focused on Jimmy's transformation into Saul Goodman, it was Kim's change that snuck up behind us and slapped us in the face in Season 5. With a genuinely funny script from Tony McNamara and pointed social commentary that reveals just how easily Catherine's story could still be told in 2020, the series skilfully escapes the stuffiness that weighs down so many period pieces and flourishes as it hilariously details one ambitious woman's refusal to fall in line and accept the status quo enforced by intellectually inferior men. Better Call Saul, which emphasizes the journey over the destination more than Breaking Bad did, has always been the model of how to make a prequel series. Evil does it all. But The Challenge remains a reality staple that continues to reinvent the game, season after season. –Kaitlin Thomas, For 15 seasons, we've followed Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) to hell and back as they saved the world — and each other — more times than we can count. The animated Netflix comedy artfully blends the humor of its characters' humiliating journeys through puberty with important conversations about sex, gender roles, and identity. But Netflix's glittery '80s-set wrestling comedy is no empty fantasy of women's empowerment; it's a bruising exploration of the cost of power in show business, not only in the 1980s but now. –Noelene Clark, It's impossible to pick a favorite character from What We Do in the Shadows, FX's vampire comedy that's adapted from a cult New Zealand mockumentary film. Since January, since the lawsuit the Ramseys launched against CBS was settled [on January 5th, 2019 to be precise], there’s definitely been an uptick in Ramsey-related news. Add the first question. Sure, the sweet treats created may not be particularly top-notch, but this show sure is. –Kelly Connolly. But her heroism came at a cost, and this season didn't shy away from the awful extremes June had to resort to in order to make her mission a success. An unapologetic slap in the face to the famously racist author it takes its name from, Lovecraft Country reclaims horror storytelling from a Black American perspective, and it does it with style. –Keisha Hatchett, How to watch: Showtime, Amazon (with Showtime add-on), Hulu with (Showtime add-on) If we're talking about the most important shows, Work in Progress deserves a spot near the top. Andrew Rannells brings heart to closeted opportunist Blair, Paul Scheer showcases his comedic gifts as the forever put-upon trader Keith, and Casey Wilson is glorious as spoiled, bitchy denim heiress Tiff Georgina. In Season 3, Sam starts college, makes new friends, supports his girlfriend Paige (Jenna Boyd) through her depression, and inadvertently jeopardizes his relationship with his best bro Zahid (the brilliant and hilarious Nik Dodani). It uses the limitless possibilities allowed by its supernatural setting to its advantage, indulging itself in the strange, the wonderful, and sometimes even the scary. Particularly now, with a renewed interest in Black voices at the forefront, Sherman's Showcase helps fill a big hole in the sketch comedy space, with Black writers and performers mining the vastness of the culture to make joyful, gut-busting art. This series makes you care, and it deserves eons more recognition than it's getting. If you're looking for a place to start, Taste the Nation's Indigineous Thanksgiving episode is one of the best of the bunch. The kitschy special effects, the absurd predicaments, and the supernatural comedy are wonderful, but it's the cast and characters that make What We Do in the Shadows one of the best shows right now. The season was marred by off-camera controversy when Dee Nguyen was fired from the franchise for racist remarks and subsequently heavily edited out of the remaining episodes, taking the luster off an otherwise thrilling season. Search Party lets Dory (Alia Shawkat) become the absolute scariest version of herself, one who is wholly convinced she's innocent despite the fact that she very much killed not one, but two people. fans might have had to wait a bit longer than usual to watch Season 4, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, to look a former presidential hopeful in the eye, Black and Latinx creativity gets co-opted, a record number of trans actors in principal roles, no previous professional acting experience. One minute Julio Torres' dark, dramatic Andrés is resigning himself to an unfulfilling fate as the heir to an enormous chocolate empire, and the next he's being confronted by a water demon who promises to help him find out the truth of his turmoil, so long as Andrés helps it stream The King's Speech. The OWN series is one of the most beautiful and beautifully told stories on TV, seamlessly interweaving love and heartbreak, addiction and abuse, family dynamics, community conflict, and racial politics. –Krutika Mallikarjuna, How to watch: Netflix You don't have to be a fan of community college football to appreciate this Netflix docuseries. –Tim Surette, How to watch: Netflix Netflix's The Circle had a quarantine-friendly concept months before quarantining became a way of life for most Americans. On January 9th, the Ramseys defamation go-to-guy – Lin Wood – gave an interview admonishing the “fake news” media.Then two days after Wood’s “fake news” comments there was news of an … He recruits her to use her newfound powers to try and prevent his death 10 years prior. Given all the drugs, acrobatic visuals, and depictions of underage sexuality, Euphoria could've easily come off as gimmicky, with little more to offer than shock value, but it instead offers a peek into a world that's as grim as it is enchanting. While most shows in this genre feel plucked right out of your shy aunt's romance novel collection, creator Michael Hirst spares no minute of screentime from high-octane action or impeccable storytelling. (We may never recover from the secondhand embarrassment we felt when Alex [Marcel Ruiz] walked in on Penelope's [Justina Machado] private time with Outlander.) It exists in another world — the dreamy Latin American country where the show is set is never named — and happily invites us as viewers into it. Positivity make the Circle 's theatrics stem from whether the players and coaches chronicled in Chance! Love for Black expression peek of the new version of the Fed... full. 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