TV

NOSELL

“Servant” may seem like another attempt at a highly stylized Shyamalan comeback, but — plot twist — the show actually has some hidden depths worth exploring. However trite the concept, some of the show’s most shocking moments and cliffhangers were genuinely compelling and exciting.

NOSELL

Through interviews with several of the students enrolled in the BPI program as well as its administrators and other officials, Novick fully captures the sanctuary that the program provides amid the chaos of the prison yards, as well as the efforts made to disrupt and prevent the spread of those sanctuaries.

NOSELL

Some may be turned off by “Merry Happy Whatever,” and I understand that. A laugh-track was an interesting choice.

NOSELL

Big industry is broken. We all know that, and anyone that doesn’t is either a brainwashed minion for “the man” or not on social media, because exposing big industry is all anyone ever does these days.

NOSELL

With the unique job held by Ray Donovan (Liev Schreiber, “Spotlight”), no matter the location, there will always be someone in need of his services.

NOSELL

“Heartstrings,” despite its best attempts to connect with what made Dolly Parton an icon, feels too commercial and hollow in comparison to its source material.

NOSELL

These days, it’s hard to tell whether reality television is scripted or not, especially when some Kardashian scandal just so happens to get leaked to the press right before the new season of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” The “reality” aspect makes it more entertaining to watch be

NOSELL

There were moments where I was certain “The Mandalorian” would suffer from its reliance on its own mythology, yet it manages to maintain the delicate balance of engaging its audiences in a world both foreign and familiar.

NOSELL

With nine seasons and 110 episodes of character development to work with, it baffles me how much content Wells chooses to ignore. By picking and choosing which events from prior seasons to engage in, Wells effectively erases what happened.

AMC

In every alteration to his story, every denigration of Jennifer’s character, every outburst against his interviewers, Chambers oozes the smug, sociopathic confidence of a man who thinks the investigation is beneath him.