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.
Ready To Love may have presented us with a lot of women we don't often see on TV, but it's elimination process ruined the dating aspect of the show.
Alexa & Katie’s second season enhances what worked the first season, but forgets developing most of the characters that fill out the cast.
The Hookup Plan is a fun series to binge but may not become your must-see of the year.
The third season of Greenleaf seemingly is about resolving past issues in order to do a soft reset and ensure the show’s future.