Family Reunion tries to tap into the vibe classic late 90s/00s sitcoms had and tries to modernize the feel to, sometimes, mixed results.
Season 3 feels like the peak for Stranger Things, and from here, it can either plateau or go downhill.
The Rising of the Shield Hero, despite early on potential, mostly thanks to its tone of drama, loses quite a bit of luster by its last episode.
Pares Ratliff: I Hate People is a new comedy special from an interesting new comic, who offers a few chuckles.
Mike Epps: Only One Mike continues Netflix line of comedy tapings which may get a few chuckles out of you, but certainly aren’t specials.
While Years and Years starts on a high note, as you grow indifferent over the future the characters go through, it pushes you to realize how complacent you’ve become of your own.
Season 2 of The Chi, despite issues caused by Jason Mitchell, retains the vibe of being a high-brow urban drama which balances both the dark and beauty of an urban area.
While a bit all over the place, with little in terms of an arching narrative, Devine’s high energy saves Adam DeVine: Best Time of Our Lives.
In trying to be a light drama, Trinkets avoids addressing what’s human about its characters and barely takes us beyond the surface.
Once Sykes gets past the obligatory Trump commentary, she finds a really good groove. But does she make this feel like a special?