Drew Barrymore’s newest juice cleanse includes liquefying 200 lb. men and reading from an ambiguous ancient Serbian text.
Mariah Carey’s reality show offers some poignant insights on the dual selves that comprise a celebrity.
Netflix finds success with their first Brazilian-produced series.
This ambitious, dreamlike mystery can’t find its focus.
A stunning cast has brought the ‘Luke Cage’ comics brilliantly to life.
The new HBO hit is always engaging, even when structurally sloppy.
Claire Foy shines bright as a young queen in this quality period drama.
The television sensation ‘Black Mirror’ demands your attention.
A compelling cast of characters faces unique struggles and finds community in this affecting new series from Dan Fogelman.
Equal parts fantastic and existential, Patrick McHale’s Emmy Award-winning miniseries is well worth the watch.
Rejoice: This Netflix show offers fans of the genre an entertaining deep dive.
The co-creators, co-writers and co-directors dropped by Herter 231 for a Q&A after screening the pilot of their upcoming TBS series.
The show’s emphasis on humanization makes it an engaging and educational watch.
There’s no show more insightful and more sobering than the one about the washed-up cartoon horse.
Comedian Maria Bamford’s new Netflix show reassures us it’s okay to not know what you’re doing more than half of the time – and encourages us to laugh about it.
Hollow and more than a little dull, this 80s throwback only makes the viewer want to watch the movies that inspired it.
The sixth season finale is a complete game-changer that shows immense promise for season seven.
If Shakespeare were alive today and got into the business of writing television, he would be the head writer of ‘House of Cards.’
No one understands the psychology of selfishness and insecurity better than Lena Dunham.
Four episodes into their show’s third season, Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer are still at the top of their game.