“On My Block,” Netflix’s most binge-watched show of 2018, is back with its second season, a return that can only be described as a charming portrayal of young-minded teens facing real-life problems.

"Better Things"

I’m trying to pinpoint the moment when I first realized FX’s  “Better Things” was something special. It might have been within the first few minutes of the show, when single mother, Sam (Pamela Adlon, “Star vs.

"Jane the Virgin"

What makes me mad is not how much the show is giving us, but how little it is getting in return.

"Little Women: L.A."

Yet its return promises something a little different. Lifetime has graciously gifted audiences with trailers and previews of what kind of theatrics the new season will have when it premieres on Thursday.

"The Inventor"

As someone who grew up in Silicon Valley during its most profitable boom, I still have a soft spot for it.

"The Fix"

To its credit, “The Fix” doesn’t try to pretend this is anything other than what it is: pure wish fulfillment, a postmortem revenge fantasy. Beyond that intrigue, there isn’t much here.


Comedian Amy Schumer (“I Feel Pretty”) returns to stand-up with a run-of-the-mill performance in her latest Netflix comedy special “Growing,” shot in Chicago.


Rather than crafting a story that will organically offer up emotional gravitas, “The Village” exploits elements that will guarantee cheap sympathy.

Maxwell Schwarz

If you take “Turn Up Charlie” for what it is — a casual show about a DJ nanny — then there’s enough charm to salvage it. It’s meant to be an outrageous, feel-good show, and it honestly achieved that feat.

Lilly Singh

Singh represents the changes in Hollywood that are necessary to keeping the diversity train rolling – without diverse people in powerful positions, Hollywood may be doomed to a white, testosterone-laden, future.