Season 2 of The Good Doctor leans on the personal, and sometimes professional, growing pain of its characters as organizational changes happen.
Season 2 doubles down on what season 1 of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina put out for better and worse.
Kevin Hart: Irresponsible brings about all you expect from the comedian, and for longtime fans that might be a problem.
Season 2 of On My Block loses a bit of the luster the first season had but remains a loveable staple of the Netflix library.
Bronx SIU may not have the most interesting week to week cases, but it compensates with a sense of emotion that most procedural dramas don’t have.
The Umbrella Academy's first season is a bit hit and miss, but by the final, it seems to have found its footing.
This modernized version of Kim Possible could grow on you, but many of the jokes, and changes, including Kim being made insecure, may turn off older fans.
You Complete Me, Ho is an autobiographical comedy special noting the highs and lows of comedienne Ken Jeong from being a doctor to Crazy Rich Asians.
Trigger Warning with Killer Mike, while bringing up serious, potentially thought-provoking ideas, loses its edge due to how silly it sometimes becomes.
Dirty John fits what most would describe as a guilty pleasure for there will be times you hate-watch it just to see how it ends.