The pilot offers a few pointers upfront: Keep your blinds closed and your Instagram private.

Rachel Brosnahan in "Mrs. Maisel'

The Daily’s expectations versus predicted realities for the best TV of the year.

Jim Carrey in 'Kidding'

It is almost unsettling in the way a horror movie is: Even when everything feels right, you can’t help feel that something is about to go horribly wrong.

"Save Me"

In short, it’s the rare show that’s dark, but doesn’t feel the need to constantly remind you of it.

"The Purge" Series Premiere

“The Purge” is precisely the worst type of TV show, but not because it is a wholesale trainwreck.

Netflix's 'Paradise PD'

As it stands, the overall show is largely forgettable, and an infusion of some serious notes would give it more heft and allow the series to stand-out among its competitors.

The young stars of 'America to Me'

America is in the midst of an identity crisis. A nation supposedly built on a foundation of equality, acceptance and opportunity is currently masked by the ugly light of hate, bigotry and hopelessness. Pop culture is attempting to help Americans understand what is happening to their country.

John Krasinski in 'Jake Ryan'

Amazon Video’s new eight-episode addition to the franchise is — sorry, Mr. Reagan — quite putdownable.

Amy Adams in 'Sharp Objects'

In the case of HBO’s slow-burning murder mystery miniseries “Sharp Objects,” the portrayal of trauma is transfixing and meticulous, acting as both a recurring theme and as a heavily stylized aesthetic.

The young stars of 'The Innocents'

While not as engaging as its premise suggests, the early episodes of “The Innocents” pose a series of intriguing questions.