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In the sci-fi thriller ‘Severance,’ to halve or halve not
The unsettling Apple TV+ series centers on a mysterious corporation where workers can choose to split their identities in two.
Stick around for ‘The Afterparty,’ an inventive whodunit played for laughs
The new Apple TV+ show, with a strong ensemble cast led by Tiffany Haddish, is a treat.
In HBO’s ‘The Gilded Age,’ old money vs. new money makes for a richly rewarding drama
The series from Julian Fellowes is an elegantly told, gorgeously designed, and finely acted tale that, like “Downton Abbey,” gives us a front-row seat to the slow collision between musty old manners and messier human instincts.
‘Somebody Somewhere’ is really something
Bridget Everett’s new HBO series takes its place next to shows like "Better Things" and "One Mississippi," low-concept but luminous character portraits.
The face of addiction: Kaitlyn Dever excels in opioid drama ‘Dopesick’
The series unsparingly depicts the Sackler family, owners of Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin.
There’s more fraud than Freud in ‘The Shrink Next Door’
Paul Rudd and Will Ferrell star as an exploitive therapist and his dupe of a client, respectively, and together they create a fascinatingly intricate psychological system of adulation and abuse.
Life is messy in Netflix’s ‘Maid’
Margaret Qualley is the face of a single mom’s struggle to "do better."