HBO Season Reviews
I May Destroy You is a compelling look at how vastly your life changes as a result of sexual assault and rape, and ensures creator Michaela Coel is her to stay.
Posted in: HBO
I Know This Much Is True Review: A Well-Acted Adaptation That's Difficult to Watch
Mark Ruffalo makes his television debut on HBO's I Know This Much Is True. We have a full, non-spoilery review of the whole series. Should you watch?
McMillions Review: Highly Entertaining, This True-Crime Story Packs Punch
Whether you eat at McDonald's or not, you're more than likely familiar with their Monopoly game. McMillion's amusingly details the fraud at its core. Our review!
The Outsider Review: Terrific Performances Bolster This Otherworldly Whodunnit
The television adaptation of Stephen King's The Outsider premieres on HBO this Sunday, and we have nailed down why it's worth your time in our full (non-spoiler) review.
Posted in: The Outsider
HBO's His Dark Materials Gets a Promising Start Building a Complex World
HBO debuts His Dark Materials tonight, and while the series plays to both fans and new viewers, will it be enough for either? Read our full review.
The Righteous Gemstones Mocks the Devotion in All of Us
The Righteous Gemstones joins HBO's Succession on the Sunday roster. It's a great fit with its comical look succession within a celebrated family of televangelists.
Succession Season 2 Solidifies the HBO Drama as the Year's Best
Our non-spoiler review of Succession Season 2 pegs the almost indescribable drama as the best of television. Find out why you need to be watching this smart show.
Posted in: Succession
Chernobyl Is a Harrowing and Worthy Look at One of the World's Worst Man-Made Disasters
Just over 30 years ago, a nuclear plant in the Ukraine town of Pripyat suffered a nuclear meltdown of epic proportions. This is the story of Chernobyl and its heroes.
The Case Against Adnan Syed Review: Visually Exploring a Well-Known Case Boosts Insight
HBO's new documentary series The Case Against Adnan Syed gives agency to victim Hae Min Lee while the case against the one-time convicted murderer is examined.
Sharp Objects Review: A Gripping Character Study on Forgiving the Past
HBO's Sharp Objects is an eerie southern gothic look at a woman who heads home to cover horrid crimes only to discover the key to her future lies in her past.
Posted in: Sharp Objects
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