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‘The Jinx — Part Two’ Review: HBO’s Robert Durst Doc Sequel Compels, Despite First Part’s Long Shadow

Andrew Jarecki and company follow up their 2015 documentary, which featured a surprise Robert Durst confession, by chronicling the real estate mogul's latest murder trial.

‘The Spiderwick Chronicles’ Review: Christian Slater in a Roku Fantasy Series Sorely Lacking in Wonder

Adapted from the fantasy books, the adventure centers on a trio of adolescent siblings who must save their town from a ravenous ogre.

‘Conan O’Brien Must Go’ Review: Conan’s Max Travel Series Is Smartly Stupid Fun

In his four-episode show, Conan O'Brien meets with fans and has new experiences in Finland, Ireland, Thailand and Argentina.

‘Under the Bridge’ Review: Lily Gladstone and Riley Keough Star in Hulu’s Timid True-Crime Drama

A cop and a writer investigate the 1997 murder of a 14-year-old girl in a Canadian town in this mystery based on the book by Rebecca Godfrey.

‘Good Times’ Review: Netflix’s Animated Sequel Improves When It Steps Out From Norman Lear’s Shadow

The late Lear is an executive producer on this 10-episode look at a Black family in the Chicago projects.

‘Franklin’ Review: Michael Douglas Is a Flatulent Founding Father in Apple TV+’s Poorly Focused Drama

Benjamin Franklin struggles to get French support for the American Revolution in this new eight-episode period drama costarring Noah Jupe and Eddie Marsan.

‘The Sympathizer’ Review: Robert Downey Jr. Dazzles and Distracts in HBO’s Adaptation of the Pulitzer-Winning Novel

Park Chan-wook and Don McKellar turn Viet Thanh Nguyen's novel about a Vietnamese double agent into a limited series also starring Hoa Xuande and Sandra Oh.

‘Fallout’ Review: Amazon Video Game Adaptation From ‘Westworld’ Creators Is Heavy on Vibes, Light on Narrative Stakes

Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy's show follows an idealist, a soldier and a bounty hunter across Los Angeles two centuries after a nuclear apocalypse.

‘Hapless’ Review: British-Jewish Cringe Comedy on Peacock Plays Like U.K.’s Answer to ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’

The series follows the trivial misadventures of a freelance journalist working for "the fourth-largest Jewish publication in the U.K."

‘Ripley’ Review: Andrew Scott and Dakota Fanning in Netflix’s Moody Fresh Take on Patricia Highsmith

Steven Zaillian wrote and directed the eight-episode adaptation, an Italy-set black-and-white thriller about the eponymous grifter turned sociopath.

‘Mary & George’ Review: Julianne Moore and Nicholas Galitzine in Starz’s Juicy Period Soap

The dramatic miniseries chronicles the rise of a charismatic young man and his scheming mother during the reign of King James VI and I in early 17th century Britain.

‘Parish’ Review: Giancarlo Esposito Is the Only Reason to Check Out AMC’s Derivative Crime Drama

The 'Breaking Bad' and 'Better Call Saul' star plays a grieving New Orleans man pulled back into a criminal underworld in this six-episode drama.

‘Renegade Nell’ Review: Sally Wainwright’s Disney+ Series Strands a Commanding Star in a Thinly Conceived World

After being framed for murder, an 18th-century Englishwoman with supernatural powers becomes an outlaw in this show from the creator of 'Happy Valley.'

‘STEVE! (Martin) A Documentary in Two Pieces’ Review: Morgan Neville’s Apple TV+ Doc Portrait of the Comedian Is Half-Good

Stand-up legend and beloved film and TV star Steve Martin sets aside his enigmatic image for a two-part documentary.

‘A Gentleman in Moscow’ Review: Ewan McGregor and Mary Elizabeth Winstead Shine in Showtime’s Gently Restrained Period Drama

Ben Vanstone's miniseries adaptation of Amor Towles' novel follows a displaced Russian aristocrat trapped in a luxury hotel for three decades.

‘Sugar’ Review: Colin Farrell Stars in an Apple TV+ Mystery Series That Nearly Drowns in Coyness About Its Big Reveal

Mark Protosevich's eight-episode drama features the 'Banshees of Inisherin' Oscar nominee scouring Los Angeles to solve a missing persons case.